The Importance Of Art

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Rich people need to be an option Imagine you have been walking for hours and experienced tiredness. You took a break and kept walking. While waiting to reach your destination, you come across something that’s really interesting that has been drawn against a wall. To see what it is, you accelerated your speed and looked at it. Until you remain comprehensible about the object. Art is something people understand evenly. Like Tolstoy mentioned in his book called What is art “great works of art are only great because they are accessible and comprehensible to everyone” (M. Austin, 267,2015). Art that’s supported by the government is not comprehensible and accessible to everyone. The reason behind this is because the upper class has the bigger hand and the resources to understand something that lower class couldn’t understand. The government is not willing to teach and prepare those who are willing to understand art. Although, Tolstoy mentioned that art is a different subject that needs time to understand it and prepare yourself step by step, by not skipping any…show more content…
By coaching to those who have the willingness to form skills and talents to present them to the audience. Then, the administration wouldn’t consider cutting or even decreasing the amount of money they give to park museums and paintings. Usually, rich people care about arts. In my opinions, rich folks have the money to spend in arts because arts is not a sport, neither it’s something that majority of people have a great understanding for what art is about. However, to deduct their taxes, rich people spend a lot of money in arts and other private museums. Moreover, rich people have the idea that arts is the only thing that’s left from our ancestors. That’s why they spend a good deal of money supporting and making it very
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