Portraits Drawn From Photos - Oil Paintings and Pencil Drawings by Richard Romero
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
The nature of the Line
The line has in itself neither matter nor substance and may rather be called an imaginary idea than a real object; and this being its nature it occupies no space. Therefore an infinite number of lines may be conceived of as intersecting each other at a point, which has no dimensions and is only of the thickness (if thickness it may be called) of one single line.