Almost Like Being in Love

by Matthew Innis |

  The term “art-lover” suddenly has a deeper and more significant meaning.     A recent study in neuroaesthetics conducted by Professor Semir Zeki of England, gives scientific validity to an idea which artists have subscribed to for centuries:  looking at beautiful art creates as much delight as being in love.  In a series of…

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