The Art of Looking at Art
Art is made to be seen. In contrast, nature, prodigal and thoughtless, takes no heed of visibility: William Wordsworth celebrates the flowers that “waste their sweetness on the desert air” and the treasures lying hidden in “the dark unfathomed caves of ocean.” But art is diametrically opposed to such “waste” and “desert air.” It is focused, concentrated, intentional, and intent.
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