Finding a shared curiosity within the philosophy of "art for art's sake" in aestheticism and modernismo , this examine examines the altering function of artwork and artist through the turn-of-the-century interval, delivering a attention of the a number of dichotomies of artwork and lifestyles, aesthetics and economics, creation and intake, and heart and outer edge.

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