"Haste towards harmony"

[Original in German]

"We must hasten to throw the light of inspiration upon all that needs correcting"

In the middle of one of the rooms in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York there is a fountain containing five figures, each one poised on the back of a dolphin and in an attitude expressing great, haste. These figures represent the arts of architecture, sculpture, painting, poetry, and music. The composition seems to signify that all the figures, having received inspiration from a goddess, are hastening to take up their work.

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September 29, 1962
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