Who said "a picture paints a thousand words"?


The quote ''A picture paints a thousand words'' was coined by Frederick R. Barnard in 1921 while commenting via an article on the effectiveness of graphics. This quote means that a picture usually tells a story similar to a large amount of descriptive text.
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A picture is worth a thousand words is a familiar proverb that refers to the idea that complex stories can be told with just a single still image, or that an image may be more influential
A picture is worth a thousand words. Meaning. A picture tells a story as well as a large amount of descriptive text. Origin. This phrase emerged in the USA in the early part of the
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