Medicine and Art have become dehumanized ... industrialized and utilitarian ... artisans replace artists.
"Minerva and Aesculapius must come together again ... The physician of today can make it possible for Minerva and Aesculapius together to guide him in the preformance of his professional duties ... point to him the path at the end of which proudly stands the physician-artist of the future." (Felix Marti-Iban~ez)
in "Centaur - Essays on the History of Medical Ideas, p. 55-56 MD Publications Inc. New York, 1958.