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'''Art''', for most of [[period]], was something that only the rich were involved in to any great extent. This is not unlike the restricted access to [[education]] in period.
 
'''Art''', for most of [[period]], was something that only the rich were involved in to any great extent. This is not unlike the restricted access to [[education]] in period.
   
Art itself is mostly aptly described as 3 [[bicycles]], a [[toilet]], and a metal [[flower]] in a [[wheel burrow]], all cast in [[bronze]] - apparently 'form with no useful purpose' - for example a [[spoon]] can be deemed 'art' but is also a [[tool]].
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Art itself is mostly aptly described as 3 [[bicycles]], a [[toilet]], and a metal [[flower]] in a [[wheel barrow]], all cast in [[bronze]] - apparently 'form with no useful purpose' - for example a [[spoon]] can be deemed 'art' but is also a [[tool]].
   
 
''See also:''
 
''See also:''

Revision as of 08:20, 26 September 2003

Art, for most of period, was something that only the rich were involved in to any great extent. This is not unlike the restricted access to education in period.

Art itself is mostly aptly described as 3 bicycles, a toilet, and a metal flower in a wheel barrow, all cast in bronze - apparently 'form with no useful purpose' - for example a spoon can be deemed 'art' but is also a tool.

See also: