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Statues and Induction

The artist, Westerberg, develops the drawing with a lot of trial and error, and he finishes the work by keeping all the best constructions and drawing work. He highlighted the hair and then removed the highlights. Clothing went. The detail that went into the features is most interesting to see constructed. Why this, and why that change? Fascinating. And so many changes. A wonderful idealistic work is the result.

Some of the statues haven't been seen that much. The moderator describes the scenes with a lot of bluff and a reverse philosophical bent. The statues may be of interest.

Religious guilt and fear of Platonic social separationism replaces esthetic values with the same power that politics replaces or destroys esthetic values. Should not the life-based Western philosophy and not the Platonic Eastern ancient greek philosophy show through instead?


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