I was in the Museum of Modern Art at the Cézanne show, and there was a young group of students in there — two students that said, “Hey! I can do that. I can paint like that.” You know, like that. I said, “Oh, you could?” I said, “Could you paint like that if this exhibition was in the next room, and the doors were locked and you weren’t able to see it? Then could you paint like that?” “Huh? What do you mean?” So if someone sees something, they can emulate it. You know, copy it. But if they didn’t see it, but it was there, like the forest, then that’s the hard part.