In German there is phrase concerning the complexity of finding the integral of a given function in contrast to the simplicity of finding its derivative. It has various slightly different formulations but can be stated as the following
Das Differenzieren ist ein Handwerk, das Integrieren eine Kunst.
which can be roughly translated to
While differentiation is a craft, integration is an art.
Nevertheless this would be my own translation as a native German speaker. Hence it is kind of an idiom in Germany it is hard to find its origins but I would be especially interested in these.
Therefore I am asking for two things: $(1)$ First of all is there an, I would call it "official", English equivalent which you have encountered somewhere before (e.g. within your mathematical education, in media, etc.)? $(2)$ Are you aware of the origins of this phrase either in German or in English? For example do you know a rather prominent person who has stated something similiar?
I am not sure whether my question is suitable here or if it would be better placed on a different site of the Stackexchange community (for example one MSE, or at the specific pages for the English and the German language). I guess especially the historical context - which I am interested in - in connection with the close relation to mathematics makes it fit in here perfectly. Howsoever let me know if it is the case that I should post this question on another site or when the question has been asked and answered before somewhere.