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The Artist’s View of Life

Oscar Wilde, c 1890. Public domain photo

“The artist’s view of life is the only possible one and should be applied to everything, most of all to religion and morality. Cavaliers and Puritans are interesting for their costumes and not for their convictions.” Oscar Wilde.

But what is the artist’s view of life?

Michelangelo Buonarotti (1475–1564) said that if people knew how hard he worked at his craft, they wouldn’t think his…

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