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"Folk art" signifies the poetical, musical, and pictorial activities of those strata of the population which are uneducated and no ...
Folk Art grew from below. It was a spontaneous, autochthonous expression of the people, shaped by themselves, pretty much without ...
Consider the relationship of Hollywood and Broadway. In the twenties, the two were sharply differentiated, movies being produced f ...
The folk artist is usually satisfied with somewhat more anonymity; he is less concerned with aesthetic context, and less with spec ...
In spite of their obvious differences, folk art and popular art have much in common; they are easy to understand, they are romanti ...
Printed prose is historically a most peculiar, almost an aberrant way of telling stories, and by far the most inherently anestheti ...
Twentieth-century art may start with nothing, but it flourishes by virtue of its belief in itself, in the possibility of control o ...
The knowledge of God is the cause of things. For the knowledge of God is to all creatures what the knowledge of the artificer is t ...
Art is a fruit that grows in man, like a fruit on a plant, or a child in its mother's womb.
To say the word Romanticism is to say modern art--that is, intimacy, spirituality, color, aspiration towards the infinite, express ...
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