Words of Wisdom: Clausen and Gerome – Art for Art’s Sake

by Matthew Innis |

      If “art for art’s sake” means for truth’s sake, or for beauty’s sake – to express nature as well, and with as good workmanship as one can, one cannot have a better motto ;  but if it means that the object of painting is simply to get, or display, fine technical qualities,…

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