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2/25/10 Pliny suggests “Great Art” is art that is able to depict objects in their most natural form. T Calling of St. Matthew 1599-1600
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2/25/10 Canaletto " Canal Grande” Venice, c. 1738 Pliny, however , also seems to place great emphasis on the overall beauty of the work—a fact that is evident through his description of Apelles: “He singly contributed
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Unformatted text preview: almost more to painting than all the other artists put togetherHis art was unrivaled for graceful charm (p. 4). 2/25/10 Manet Luncheo Though I for the most part agree with Plinys basis for assessing Great Art, I do also recognize that the...
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