Paintings for art's sake addresses the connection among paintings and existence. even though it has lengthy been argued that aestheticism goals to de-humanize paintings, this quantity seeks to think about the counterclaim that such de-humanization may also bring about re-humanization and to a deepened courting among the classy sphere and the realm at huge.
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