“All art is propaganda,” George Orwell said, and we know this best through the study of art history itself. We reflect on a civilization’s achievements through its art, the creation of its greatest image of self through the sublimation of the life force. And what results is what remains, that which transcends time and place and speaks to in all languages at the same time.
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