Albert Einstein


“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

Albert Einstein (1879-1955) made great contributions in physics which are vastly influencing the quality of our lives today.In science, he maintained that while we understand the world in terms of reason, the way a theory is accepted is through the criteria of aesthetics.
Einstein’s personality was as impressive as his scientific work.
Personal responsibility was the basis of his passionate and active interest in social justice. He was committed to a world of simplicity and harmony.
He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921.

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Portrait by Frank V. Szasz.
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Imagination is more important than knowledge. Einstein quote from ‘What Life Means to Einstein: An Interview by George Sylvester Viereck,’ for the October 26, 1929 issue of The Saturday Evening Post.

The Global PathMarker series is an eclectic group of people who were chosen as exemplars of the ‘great individual’ or hero archetype, the essential seed and fruit of creative activity in culture. Our aim is to stimulate curiosity and contemplation about the mysterious creative ‘oneness’ of life by celebrating its diversity as expressed by courageous visionary leaders.

Albert Einstein’s portrait by Frank Szasz was our first Global PathMarker followed by Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Abraham Lincoln, Mother Teresa, Pope John Paul II, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and Mark Twain. He also painted portraits of Eleanor Roosevelt, Albert Schweitzer, Count Basie, Sarah Vaughan, Franz Liszt, Pope John XXIII, and a series of Native Americans: Iroquois Chief Leon Shenandoah, Mohawk Chief Jake Swamp, Tom Banyacya of the Hopi, Black Elk as an Elder, a Medicine Woman, a Dancer, a Youth and a Young Child for the Global PathMarkers that we have available in a special limited edition of biographical bookmarks.

We are also pleased to offer Szasz’ portrait of Carl Gustav Jung, published by CCHD Jung Project, KCMO.

The Maria Montessori portrait was painted by Ernst Ulmer.

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Dimensions 18 x 24 in

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