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Earlier than we started placing artwork into museums, artwork largely served because the visible counterpart to spiritual tales. Are these theological work, sculptures, textiles and illuminations from centuries in the past nonetheless related to us? Jeremiah Dickey describes the evolution of artwork within the public eye and explains how the trendy viewer can see the historical past of artwork as an ongoing world dialog.
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