Words of Wisdom: An Historic View on the Value of Art

by Matthew Innis |

The following sensible reflections on the permanent value and enjoyment of true works of art are taken from the columns of the New York Nation:”Is art a luxury, like wine or silks or laces? Does it minister only to the pleasure or ostentation of the rich, without benefiting the community at large? Decidedly we say…

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