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jesusismywarrior
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9/23/2017 4:45:31 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
And it's the art they had in the renasssaince. Anything after that or before that, was inferior filth.
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GrimlyF
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9/24/2017 6:31:48 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
As the renaissance took centuries to cover Europe and each country had their renaissance at different times you must be more specific.
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10/3/2017 10:19:47 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 9/23/2017 4:45:31 PM, jesusismywarrior wrote:
And it's the art they had in the renasssaince. Anything after that or before that, was inferior filth.

Correction, there are four good art Styles. This includes rap artists before the Eminem era, Egyption cave paintings and string instrumentalists in the 12th century.
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10/9/2017 4:23:26 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
1. What is "good art" is not necessarily what YOU like.

2. The purpose of making art is not to garner popular approval. Artists don't do what they do, to please others.

3. Artworks have a purpose within the cultures for which they are created. And that purpose changes from culture to culture, and from era to era. To judge works of art apart from their context, and without knowing their intended cultural purpose, is certainly possible, but it's sort of like judging oranges by a criteria intended for apples.
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10/10/2017 3:34:53 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 10/9/2017 4:23:26 PM, PureX wrote:
1. What is "good art" is not necessarily what YOU like.

2. The purpose of making art is not to garner popular approval. Artists don't do what they do, to please others.

3. Artworks have a purpose within the cultures for which they are created. And that purpose changes from culture to culture, and from era to era. To judge works of art apart from their context, and without knowing their intended cultural purpose, is certainly possible, but it's sort of like judging oranges by a criteria intended for apples.

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11/28/2017 6:12:28 AM
Posted: 10 months ago
Oh, come on, the better paintings done by French artists trained at the academia Des be aux arts in the 19th century, can kick the *** of anything painted on a canvas in the Renaissance.!