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Unformatted text preview: taken for granted. The artist also tries to show the low to middle class person and some of the work that they do. The upper class point of view is left out, because many would just view this work of art as a painting of a low class man. This shows how there is beauty in things that many of us take for granted, such as work by a low class man. We can see how points of view of this painting differ throughout the social classes. 4. Depending on what class you take your point of view from, the work can either question or reinforce a stereotype. From a high class point of view, the ruggedness and stern look on the face of the man reinforces the stereotypical low-class working man. That is what he would be expected to look like. From a low or middle class point of view, however, you may see that the work made in the picture is not common, and is needed. It is not to be taken for granted. Any work takes time, and usually has beauty....
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- Spring '07