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Art is a diverse range of (products of) human activities involving creative imagination to express technical proficiency, beauty, emotional power, or conceptual ideas.

There is no generally agreed definition of what constitutes art, and ideas have changed over time. The three classical branches of visual art are painting, sculpture, and architecture. Theatre, dance, and other performing arts, as well as literature, music, film and other media such as interactive media, are included in a broader definition of the arts. Until the 17th century, art referred to any skill or mastery and was not differentiated from crafts or sciences. In modern usage after the 17th century, where aesthetic considerations are paramount, the fine arts are separated and distinguished from acquired skills in general, such as the decorative or applied arts.

The nature of art and related concepts, such as creativity and interpretation, are explored in a branch of philosophy known as aesthetics. The resulting artworks are studied in the professional fields of art criticism and the history of art.

In the perspective of the history of art, artistic works have existed for almost as long as humankind: from early pre-historic art to contemporary art; however, some theorists feel that the typical concept of "artistic works" fits less well outside modern Western societies. One early sense of the definition of art is closely related to the older Latin meaning, which roughly translates to "skill" or "craft", as associated with words such as "artisan". English words derived from this meaning include artifact, artificial, artifice, medical arts, and military arts. However, there are many other colloquial uses of the word, all with some relation to its etymology.

Over time, philosophers like Plato, Aristotle, Socrates and Kant, among others, questioned the meaning of art. Several dialogues in Plato tackle questions about art: Socrates says that poetry is inspired by the muses, and is not rational. He speaks approvingly of this, and other forms of divine madness (drunkenness, eroticism, and dreaming) in the Phaedrus (265a–c), and yet in the Republic wants to outlaw Homer's great poetic art, and laughter as well. In Ion, Socrates gives no hint of the disapproval of Homer that he expresses in the Republic. The dialogue Ion suggests that Homer's Iliad functioned in the ancient Greek world as the Bible does today in the modern Christian world: as divinely inspired literary art that can provide moral guidance, if only it can be properly interpreted.

With regards to the literary art and the musical arts, Aristotle considered epic poetry, tragedy, comedy, Dithyrambic poetry and music to be mimetic or imitative art, each varying in imitation by medium, object, and manner. For example, music imitates with the media of rhythm and harmony, whereas dance imitates with rhythm alone, and poetry with language. The forms also differ in their object of imitation. Comedy, for instance, is a dramatic imitation of men worse than average; whereas tragedy imitates men slightly better than average. Lastly, the forms differ in their manner of imitation—through narrative or character, through change or no change, and through drama or no drama. Aristotle believed that imitation is natural to mankind and constitutes one of mankind's advantages over animals.

The more recent and specific sense of the word art as an abbreviation for creative art or fine art emerged in the early 17th century. Fine art refers to a skill used to express the artist's creativity, or to engage the audience's aesthetic sensibilities, or to draw the audience towards consideration of more refined or finer work of art.

Within this latter sense, the word art may refer to several things: (i) a study of a creative skill, (ii) a process of using the creative skill, (iii) a product of the creative skill, or (iv) the audience's experience with the creative skill. The creative arts (art as discipline) are a collection of disciplines which produce artworks (art as objects) that are compelled by a personal drive (art as activity) and convey a message, mood, or symbolism for the perceiver to interpret (art as experience). Art is something that stimulates an individual's thoughts, emotions, beliefs, or ideas through the senses. Works of art can be explicitly made for this purpose or interpreted on the basis of images or objects. For some scholars, such as Kant, the sciences and the arts could be distinguished by taking science as representing the domain of knowledge and the arts as representing the domain of the freedom of artistic expression.

Often, if the skill is being used in a common or practical way, people will consider it a craft instead of art. Likewise, if the skill is being used in a commercial or industrial way, it may be considered commercial art instead of fine art. On the other hand, crafts and design are sometimes considered applied art. Some art followers have argued that the difference between fine art and applied art has more to do with value judgments made about the art than any clear definitional difference. However, even fine art often has goals beyond pure creativity and self-expression. The purpose of works of art may be to communicate ideas, such as in politically, spiritually, or philosophically motivated art; to create a sense of beauty (see aesthetics); to explore the nature of perception; for pleasure; or to generate strong emotions. The purpose may also be seemingly nonexistent.

The nature of art has been described by philosopher Richard Wollheim as "one of the most elusive of the traditional problems of human culture". Art has been defined as a vehicle for the expression or communication of emotions and ideas, a means for exploring and appreciating formal elements for their own sake, and as mimesis or representation. Art as mimesis has deep roots in the philosophy of Aristotle. Leo Tolstoy identified art as a use of indirect means to communicate from one person to another. Benedetto Croce and R. G. Collingwood advanced the idealist view that art expresses emotions, and that the work of art therefore essentially exists in the mind of the creator. The theory of art as form has its roots in the philosophy of Kant, and was developed in the early 20th century by Roger Fry and Clive Bell. More recently, thinkers influenced by Martin Heidegger have interpreted art as the means by which a community develops for itself a medium for self-expression and interpretation. George Dickie has offered an institutional theory of art that defines a work of art as any artifact upon which a qualified person or persons acting on behalf of the social institution commonly referred to as "the art world" has conferred "the status of candidate for appreciation". Larry Shiner has described fine art as "not an essence or a fate but something we have made. Art as we have generally understood it is a European invention barely two hundred years old."

Art may be characterized in terms of mimesis (its representation of reality), narrative (storytelling), expression, communication of emotion, or other qualities. During the Romantic period, art came to be seen as "a special faculty of the human mind to be classified with religion and science".

A shell engraved by Homo erectus was determined to be between 430,000 and 540,000 years old. A set of eight 130,000 years old white-tailed eagle talons bear cut marks and abrasion that indicate manipulation by neanderthals, possibly for using it as jewelry. A series of tiny, drilled snail shells about 75,000 years old—were discovered in a South African cave. Containers that may have been used to hold paints have been found dating as far back as 100,000 years.

Sculptures, cave paintings, rock paintings and petroglyphs from the Upper Paleolithic dating to roughly 40,000 years ago have been found, but the precise meaning of such art is often disputed because so little is known about the cultures that produced them.

Many great traditions in art have a foundation in the art of one of the great ancient civilizations: Ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, India, China, Ancient Greece, Rome, as well as Inca, Maya, and Olmec. Each of these centers of early civilization developed a unique and characteristic style in its art. Because of the size and duration of these civilizations, more of their art works have survived and more of their influence has been transmitted to other cultures and later times. Some also have provided the first records of how artists worked. For example, this period of Greek art saw a veneration of the human physical form and the development of equivalent skills to show musculature, poise, beauty, and anatomically correct proportions.

In Byzantine and Medieval art of the Western Middle Ages, much art focused on the expression of subjects about Biblical and religious culture, and used styles that showed the higher glory of a heavenly world, such as the use of gold in the background of paintings, or glass in mosaics or windows, which also presented figures in idealized, patterned (flat) forms. Nevertheless, a classical realist tradition persisted in small Byzantine works, and realism steadily grew in the art of Catholic Europe.

Renaissance art had a greatly increased emphasis on the realistic depiction of the material world, and the place of humans in it, reflected in the corporeality of the human body, and development of a systematic method of graphical perspective to depict recession in a three-dimensional picture space.

In the east, Islamic art's rejection of iconography led to emphasis on geometric patterns, calligraphy, and architecture. Further east, religion dominated artistic styles and forms too. India and Tibet saw emphasis on painted sculptures and dance, while religious painting borrowed many conventions from sculpture and tended to bright contrasting colors with emphasis on outlines. China saw the flourishing of many art forms: jade carving, bronzework, pottery (including the stunning terracotta army of Emperor Qin), poetry, calligraphy, music, painting, drama, fiction, etc. Chinese styles vary greatly from era to era and each one is traditionally named after the ruling dynasty. So, for example, Tang dynasty paintings are monochromatic and sparse, emphasizing idealized landscapes, but Ming dynasty paintings are busy and colorful, and focus on telling stories via setting and composition. Japan names its styles after imperial dynasties too, and also saw much interplay between the styles of calligraphy and painting. Woodblock printing became important in Japan after the 17th century.

The western Age of Enlightenment in the 18th century saw artistic depictions of physical and rational certainties of the clockwork universe, as well as politically revolutionary visions of a post-monarchist world, such as Blake's portrayal of Newton as a divine geometer, or David's propagandistic paintings. This led to Romantic rejections of this in favor of pictures of the emotional side and individuality of humans, exemplified in the novels of Goethe. The late 19th century then saw a host of artistic movements, such as academic art, Symbolism, impressionism and fauvism among others.

The history of 20th-century art is a narrative of endless possibilities and the search for new standards, each being torn down in succession by the next. Thus the parameters of Impressionism, Expressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, Dadaism, Surrealism, etc. cannot be maintained very much beyond the time of their invention. Increasing global interaction during this time saw an equivalent influence of other cultures into Western art. Thus, Japanese woodblock prints (themselves influenced by Western Renaissance draftsmanship) had an immense influence on impressionism and subsequent development. Later, African sculptures were taken up by Picasso and to some extent by Matisse. Similarly, in the 19th and 20th centuries the West has had huge impacts on Eastern art with originally western ideas like Communism and Post-Modernism exerting a powerful influence.

Modernism, the idealistic search for truth, gave way in the latter half of the 20th century to a realization of its unattainability. Theodor W. Adorno said in 1970, "It is now taken for granted that nothing which concerns art can be taken for granted any more: neither art itself, nor art in relationship to the whole, nor even the right of art to exist." Relativism was accepted as an unavoidable truth, which led to the period of contemporary art and postmodern criticism, where cultures of the world and of history are seen as changing forms, which can be appreciated and drawn from only with skepticism and irony. Furthermore, the separation of cultures is increasingly blurred and some argue it is now more appropriate to think in terms of a global culture, rather than of regional ones.

In The Origin of the Work of Art, Martin Heidegger, a German philosopher and a seminal thinker, describes the essence of art in terms of the concepts of being and truth. He argues that art is not only a way of expressing the element of truth in a culture, but the means of creating it and providing a springboard from which "that which is" can be revealed. Works of art are not merely representations of the way things are, but actually produce a community's shared understanding. Each time a new artwork is added to any culture, the meaning of what it is to exist is inherently changed.

Historically, art and artistic skills and ideas have often been spread through trade. An example of this is the Silk Road, where Hellenistic, Iranian, Indian and Chinese influences could mix. Greco Buddhist art is one of the most vivid examples of this interaction. The meeting of different cultures and worldviews also influenced artistic creation. An example of this is the multicultural port metropolis of Trieste at the beginning of the 20th century, where James Joyce met writers from Central Europe and the artistic development of New York City as a cultural melting pot.

The creative arts are often divided into more specific categories, typically along perceptually distinguishable categories such as media, genre, styles, and form. Art form refers to the elements of art that are independent of its interpretation or significance. It covers the methods adopted by the artist and the physical composition of the artwork, primarily non-semantic aspects of the work (i.e., figurae), such as color, contour, dimension, medium, melody, space, texture, and value. Form may also include visual design principles, such as arrangement, balance, contrast, emphasis, harmony, proportion, proximity, and rhythm.

In general there are three schools of philosophy regarding art, focusing respectively on form, content, and context. Extreme Formalism is the view that all aesthetic properties of art are formal (that is, part of the art form). Philosophers almost universally reject this view and hold that the properties and aesthetics of art extend beyond materials, techniques, and form. Unfortunately, there is little consensus on terminology for these informal properties. Some authors refer to subject matter and content – i.e., denotations and connotations – while others prefer terms like meaning and significance.

Extreme Intentionalism holds that authorial intent plays a decisive role in the meaning of a work of art, conveying the content or essential main idea, while all other interpretations can be discarded. It defines the subject as the persons or idea represented, and the content as the artist's experience of that subject. For example, the composition of Napoleon I on his Imperial Throne is partly borrowed from the Statue of Zeus at Olympia. As evidenced by the title, the subject is Napoleon, and the content is Ingres's representation of Napoleon as "Emperor-God beyond time and space". Similarly to extreme formalism, philosophers typically reject extreme intentionalism, because art may have multiple ambiguous meanings and authorial intent may be unknowable and thus irrelevant. Its restrictive interpretation is "socially unhealthy, philosophically unreal, and politically unwise".

Finally, the developing theory of post-structuralism studies art's significance in a cultural context, such as the ideas, emotions, and reactions prompted by a work. The cultural context often reduces to the artist's techniques and intentions, in which case analysis proceeds along lines similar to formalism and intentionalism. However, in other cases historical and material conditions may predominate, such as religious and philosophical convictions, sociopolitical and economic structures, or even climate and geography. Art criticism continues to grow and develop alongside art.

Art can connote a sense of trained ability or mastery of a medium. Art can also simply refer to the developed and efficient use of a language to convey meaning with immediacy or depth. Art can be defined as an act of expressing feelings, thoughts, and observations.

There is an understanding that is reached with the material as a result of handling it, which facilitates one's thought processes. A common view is that the epithet "art", particular in its elevated sense, requires a certain level of creative expertise by the artist, whether this be a demonstration of technical ability, an originality in stylistic approach, or a combination of these two. Traditionally skill of execution was viewed as a quality inseparable from art and thus necessary for its success; for Leonardo da Vinci, art, neither more nor less than his other endeavors, was a manifestation of skill. Rembrandt's work, now praised for its ephemeral virtues, was most admired by his contemporaries for its virtuosity. At the turn of the 20th century, the adroit performances of John Singer Sargent were alternately admired and viewed with skepticism for their manual fluency, yet at nearly the same time the artist who would become the era's most recognized and peripatetic iconoclast, Pablo Picasso, was completing a traditional academic training at which he excelled.

A common contemporary criticism of some modern art occurs along the lines of objecting to the apparent lack of skill or ability required in the production of the artistic object. In conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp's "Fountain" is among the first examples of pieces wherein the artist used found objects ("ready-made") and exercised no traditionally recognised set of skills. Tracey Emin's My Bed, or Damien Hirst's The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living follow this example and also manipulate the mass media. Emin slept (and engaged in other activities) in her bed before placing the result in a gallery as work of art. Hirst came up with the conceptual design for the artwork but has left most of the eventual creation of many works to employed artisans. Hirst's celebrity is founded entirely on his ability to produce shocking concepts. The actual production in many conceptual and contemporary works of art is a matter of assembly of found objects. However, there are many modernist and contemporary artists who continue to excel in the skills of drawing and painting and in creating hands-on works of art.

Art has had a great number of different functions throughout its history, making its purpose difficult to abstract or quantify to any single concept. This does not imply that the purpose of Art is "vague", but that it has had many unique, different reasons for being created. Some of these functions of Art are provided in the following outline. The different purposes of art may be grouped according to those that are non-motivated, and those that are motivated (Lévi-Strauss).

The non-motivated purposes of art are those that are integral to being human, transcend the individual, or do not fulfill a specific external purpose. In this sense, Art, as creativity, is something humans must do by their very nature (i.e., no other species creates art), and is therefore beyond utility.

Imitation, then, is one instinct of our nature. Next, there is the instinct for 'harmony' and rhythm, meters being manifestly sections of rhythm. Persons, therefore, starting with this natural gift developed by degrees their special aptitudes, till their rude improvisations gave birth to Poetry. – Aristotle

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science. – Albert Einstein

Jupiter's eagle [as an example of art] is not, like logical (aesthetic) attributes of an object, the concept of the sublimity and majesty of creation, but rather something else—something that gives the imagination an incentive to spread its flight over a whole host of kindred representations that provoke more thought than admits of expression in a concept determined by words. They furnish an aesthetic idea, which serves the above rational idea as a substitute for logical presentation, but with the proper function, however, of animating the mind by opening out for it a prospect into a field of kindred representations stretching beyond its ken. – Immanuel Kant

Most scholars who deal with rock paintings or objects recovered from prehistoric contexts that cannot be explained in utilitarian terms and are thus categorized as decorative, ritual or symbolic, are aware of the trap posed by the term 'art'. – Silva Tomaskova

Motivated purposes of art refer to intentional, conscious actions on the part of the artists or creator. These may be to bring about political change, to comment on an aspect of society, to convey a specific emotion or mood, to address personal psychology, to illustrate another discipline, to (with commercial arts) sell a product, or simply as a form of communication.

[Art is a set of] artefacts or images with symbolic meanings as a means of communication. – Steve Mithen

By contrast, the realistic attitude, inspired by positivism, from Saint Thomas Aquinas to Anatole France, clearly seems to me to be hostile to any intellectual or moral advancement. I loathe it, for it is made up of mediocrity, hate, and dull conceit. It is this attitude which today gives birth to these ridiculous books, these insulting plays. It constantly feeds on and derives strength from the newspapers and stultifies both science and art by assiduously flattering the lowest of tastes; clarity bordering on stupidity, a dog's life. – André Breton (Surrealism)

The functions of art described above are not mutually exclusive, as many of them may overlap. For example, art for the purpose of entertainment may also seek to sell a product, i.e. the movie or video game.

Since ancient times, much of the finest art has represented a deliberate display of wealth or power, often achieved by using massive scale and expensive materials. Much art has been commissioned by political rulers or religious establishments, with more modest versions only available to the most wealthy in society.

Nevertheless, there have been many periods where art of very high quality was available, in terms of ownership, across large parts of society, above all in cheap media such as pottery, which persists in the ground, and perishable media such as textiles and wood. In many different cultures, the ceramics of indigenous peoples of the Americas are found in such a wide range of graves that they were clearly not restricted to a social elite, though other forms of art may have been. Reproductive methods such as moulds made mass-production easier, and were used to bring high-quality Ancient Roman pottery and Greek Tanagra figurines to a very wide market. Cylinder seals were both artistic and practical, and very widely used by what can be loosely called the middle class in the Ancient Near East. Once coins were widely used, these also became an art form that reached the widest range of society.

Another important innovation came in the 15th century in Europe, when printmaking began with small woodcuts, mostly religious, that were often very small and hand-colored, and affordable even by peasants who glued them to the walls of their homes. Printed books were initially very expensive, but fell steadily in price until by the 19th century even the poorest could afford some with printed illustrations. Popular prints of many different sorts have decorated homes and other places for centuries.

In 1661, the city of Basel, in Switzerland, opened the first public museum of art in the world, the Kunstmuseum Basel. Today, its collection is distinguished by an impressively wide historic span, from the early 15th century up to the immediate present. Its various areas of emphasis give it international standing as one of the most significant museums of its kind. These encompass: paintings and drawings by artists active in the Upper Rhine region between 1400 and 1600, and on the art of the 19th to 21st centuries.

Public buildings and monuments, secular and religious, by their nature normally address the whole of society, and visitors as viewers, and display to the general public has long been an important factor in their design. Egyptian temples are typical in that the most largest and most lavish decoration was placed on the parts that could be seen by the general public, rather than the areas seen only by the priests. Many areas of royal palaces, castles and the houses of the social elite were often generally accessible, and large parts of the art collections of such people could often be seen, either by anybody, or by those able to pay a small price, or those wearing the correct clothes, regardless of who they were, as at the Palace of Versailles, where the appropriate extra accessories (silver shoe buckles and a sword) could be hired from shops outside.

Special arrangements were made to allow the public to see many royal or private collections placed in galleries, as with the Orleans Collection mostly housed in a wing of the Palais Royal in Paris, which could be visited for most of the 18th century. In Italy the art tourism of the Grand Tour became a major industry from the Renaissance onwards, and governments and cities made efforts to make their key works accessible. The British Royal Collection remains distinct, but large donations such as the Old Royal Library were made from it to the British Museum, established in 1753. The Uffizi in Florence opened entirely as a gallery in 1765, though this function had been gradually taking the building over from the original civil servants' offices for a long time before. The building now occupied by the Prado in Madrid was built before the French Revolution for the public display of parts of the royal art collection, and similar royal galleries open to the public existed in Vienna, Munich and other capitals. The opening of the Musée du Louvre during the French Revolution (in 1793) as a public museum for much of the former French royal collection certainly marked an important stage in the development of public access to art, transferring ownership to a republican state, but was a continuation of trends already well established.

Most modern public museums and art education programs for children in schools can be traced back to this impulse to have art available to everyone. Museums in the United States tend to be gifts from the very rich to the masses. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, for example, was created by John Taylor Johnston, a railroad executive whose personal art collection seeded the museum.) But despite all this, at least one of the important functions of art in the 21st century remains as a marker of wealth and social status.

There have been attempts by artists to create art that can not be bought by the wealthy as a status object. One of the prime original motivators of much of the art of the late 1960s and 1970s was to create art that could not be bought and sold. It is "necessary to present something more than mere objects" said the major post war German artist Joseph Beuys. This time period saw the rise of such things as performance art, video art, and conceptual art. The idea was that if the artwork was a performance that would leave nothing behind, or was simply an idea, it could not be bought and sold. "Democratic precepts revolving around the idea that a work of art is a commodity impelled the aesthetic innovation which germinated in the mid-1960s and was reaped throughout the 1970s. Artists broadly identified under the heading of Conceptual art ... substituting performance and publishing activities for engagement with both the material and materialistic concerns of painted or sculptural form ... [have] endeavored to undermine the art object qua object."

In the decades since, these ideas have been somewhat lost as the art market has learned to sell limited edition DVDs of video works, invitations to exclusive performance art pieces, and the objects left over from conceptual pieces. Many of these performances create works that are only understood by the elite who have been educated as to why an idea or video or piece of apparent garbage may be considered art. The marker of status becomes understanding the work instead of necessarily owning it, and the artwork remains an upper-class activity. "With the widespread use of DVD recording technology in the early 2000s, artists, and the gallery system that derives its profits from the sale of artworks, gained an important means of controlling the sale of video and computer artworks in limited editions to collectors."

Art has long been controversial, that is to say disliked by some viewers, for a wide variety of reasons, though most pre-modern controversies are dimly recorded, or completely lost to a modern view. Iconoclasm is the destruction of art that is disliked for a variety of reasons, including religious ones. Aniconism is a general dislike of either all figurative images, or often just religious ones, and has been a thread in many major religions. It has been a crucial factor in the history of Islamic art, where depictions of Muhammad remain especially controversial. Much art has been disliked purely because it depicted or otherwise stood for unpopular rulers, parties or other groups. Artistic conventions have often been conservative and taken very seriously by art critics, though often much less so by a wider public. The iconographic content of art could cause controversy, as with late medieval depictions of the new motif of the Swoon of the Virgin in scenes of the Crucifixion of Jesus. The Last Judgment by Michelangelo was controversial for various reasons, including breaches of decorum through nudity and the Apollo-like pose of Christ.

The content of much formal art through history was dictated by the patron or commissioner rather than just the artist, but with the advent of Romanticism, and economic changes in the production of art, the artists' vision became the usual determinant of the content of his art, increasing the incidence of controversies, though often reducing their significance. Strong incentives for perceived originality and publicity also encouraged artists to court controversy. Théodore Géricault's Raft of the Medusa (c. 1820), was in part a political commentary on a recent event. Édouard Manet's Le Déjeuner sur l'Herbe (1863), was considered scandalous not because of the nude woman, but because she is seated next to men fully dressed in the clothing of the time, rather than in robes of the antique world. John Singer Sargent's Madame Pierre Gautreau (Madam X) (1884), caused a controversy over the reddish pink used to color the woman's ear lobe, considered far too suggestive and supposedly ruining the high-society model's reputation. The gradual abandonment of naturalism and the depiction of realistic representations of the visual appearance of subjects in the 19th and 20th centuries led to a rolling controversy lasting for over a century.

In the 20th century, Pablo Picasso's Guernica (1937) used arresting cubist techniques and stark monochromatic oils, to depict the harrowing consequences of a contemporary bombing of a small, ancient Basque town. Leon Golub's Interrogation III (1981), depicts a female nude, hooded detainee strapped to a chair, her legs open to reveal her sexual organs, surrounded by two tormentors dressed in everyday clothing. Andres Serrano's Piss Christ (1989) is a photograph of a crucifix, sacred to the Christian religion and representing Christ's sacrifice and final suffering, submerged in a glass of the artist's own urine. The resulting uproar led to comments in the United States Senate about public funding of the arts.

Before Modernism, aesthetics in Western art was greatly concerned with achieving the appropriate balance between different aspects of realism or truth to nature and the ideal; ideas as to what the appropriate balance is have shifted to and fro over the centuries. This concern is largely absent in other traditions of art. The aesthetic theorist John Ruskin, who championed what he saw as the naturalism of J. M. W. Turner, saw art's role as the communication by artifice of an essential truth that could only be found in nature.

The definition and evaluation of art has become especially problematic since the 20th century. Richard Wollheim distinguishes three approaches to assessing the aesthetic value of art: the Realist, whereby aesthetic quality is an absolute value independent of any human view; the Objectivist, whereby it is also an absolute value, but is dependent on general human experience; and the Relativist position, whereby it is not an absolute value, but depends on, and varies with, the human experience of different humans.

The arrival of Modernism in the late 19th century lead to a radical break in the conception of the function of art, and then again in the late 20th century with the advent of postmodernism. Clement Greenberg's 1960 article "Modernist Painting" defines modern art as "the use of characteristic methods of a discipline to criticize the discipline itself". Greenberg originally applied this idea to the Abstract Expressionist movement and used it as a way to understand and justify flat (non-illusionistic) abstract painting:

Realistic, naturalistic art had dissembled the medium, using art to conceal art; modernism used art to call attention to art. The limitations that constitute the medium of painting—the flat surface, the shape of the support, the properties of the pigment—were treated by the Old Masters as negative factors that could be acknowledged only implicitly or indirectly. Under Modernism these same limitations came to be regarded as positive factors, and were acknowledged openly.

After Greenberg, several important art theorists emerged, such as Michael Fried, T. J. Clark, Rosalind Krauss, Linda Nochlin and Griselda Pollock among others. Though only originally intended as a way of understanding a specific set of artists, Greenberg's definition of modern art is important to many of the ideas of art within the various art movements of the 20th century and early 21st century.

Pop artists like Andy Warhol became both noteworthy and influential through work including and possibly critiquing popular culture, as well as the art world. Artists of the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s expanded this technique of self-criticism beyond high art to all cultural image-making, including fashion images, comics, billboards and pornography.

Duchamp once proposed that art is any activity of any kind-everything. However, the way that only certain activities are classified today as art is a social construction. There is evidence that there may be an element of truth to this. In The Invention of Art: A Cultural History, Larry Shiner examines the construction of the modern system of the arts, i.e. fine art. He finds evidence that the older system of the arts before our modern system (fine art) held art to be any skilled human activity; for example, Ancient Greek society did not possess the term art, but techne. Techne can be understood neither as art or craft, the reason being that the distinctions of art and craft are historical products that came later on in human history. Techne included painting, sculpting and music, but also cooking, medicine, horsemanship, geometry, carpentry, prophecy, and farming, etc.

Following Duchamp during the first half of the 20th century, a significant shift to general aesthetic theory took place which attempted to apply aesthetic theory between various forms of art, including the literary arts and the visual arts, to each other. This resulted in the rise of the New Criticism school and debate concerning the intentional fallacy. At issue was the question of whether the aesthetic intentions of the artist in creating the work of art, whatever its specific form, should be associated with the criticism and evaluation of the final product of the work of art, or, if the work of art should be evaluated on its own merits independent of the intentions of the artist.

In 1946, William K. Wimsatt and Monroe Beardsley published a classic and controversial New Critical essay entitled "The Intentional Fallacy", in which they argued strongly against the relevance of an author's intention, or "intended meaning" in the analysis of a literary work. For Wimsatt and Beardsley, the words on the page were all that mattered; importation of meanings from outside the text was considered irrelevant, and potentially distracting.

In another essay, "The Affective Fallacy", which served as a kind of sister essay to "The Intentional Fallacy" Wimsatt and Beardsley also discounted the reader's personal/emotional reaction to a literary work as a valid means of analyzing a text. This fallacy would later be repudiated by theorists from the reader-response school of literary theory. Ironically, one of the leading theorists from this school, Stanley Fish, was himself trained by New Critics. Fish criticizes Wimsatt and Beardsley in his 1970 essay "Literature in the Reader".

As summarized by Gaut and Livingston in their essay "The Creation of Art": "Structuralist and post-structuralists theorists and critics were sharply critical of many aspects of New Criticism, beginning with the emphasis on aesthetic appreciation and the so-called autonomy of art, but they reiterated the attack on biographical criticisms' assumption that the artist's activities and experience were a privileged critical topic." These authors contend that: "Anti-intentionalists, such as formalists, hold that the intentions involved in the making of art are irrelevant or peripheral to correctly interpreting art. So details of the act of creating a work, though possibly of interest in themselves, have no bearing on the correct interpretation of the work."

Gaut and Livingston define the intentionalists as distinct from formalists stating that: "Intentionalists, unlike formalists, hold that reference to intentions is essential in fixing the correct interpretation of works." They quote Richard Wollheim as stating that, "The task of criticism is the reconstruction of the creative process, where the creative process must in turn be thought of as something not stopping short of, but terminating on, the work of art itself."

The end of the 20th century fostered an extensive debate known as the linguistic turn controversy, or the "innocent eye debate" in the philosophy of art. This debate discussed the encounter of the work of art as being determined by the relative extent to which the conceptual encounter with the work of art dominates over the perceptual encounter with the work of art.

Decisive for the linguistic turn debate in art history and the humanities were the works of yet another tradition, namely the structuralism of Ferdinand de Saussure and the ensuing movement of poststructuralism. In 1981, the artist Mark Tansey created a work of art titled "The Innocent Eye" as a criticism of the prevailing climate of disagreement in the philosophy of art during the closing decades of the 20th century. Influential theorists include Judith Butler, Luce Irigaray, Julia Kristeva, Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida. The power of language, more specifically of certain rhetorical tropes, in art history and historical discourse was explored by Hayden White. The fact that language is not a transparent medium of thought had been stressed by a very different form of philosophy of language which originated in the works of Johann Georg Hamann and Wilhelm von Humboldt. Ernst Gombrich and Nelson Goodman in his book Languages of Art: An Approach to a Theory of Symbols came to hold that the conceptual encounter with the work of art predominated exclusively over the perceptual and visual encounter with the work of art during the 1960s and 1970s. He was challenged on the basis of research done by the Nobel prize winning psychologist Roger Sperry who maintained that the human visual encounter was not limited to concepts represented in language alone (the linguistic turn) and that other forms of psychological representations of the work of art were equally defensible and demonstrable. Sperry's view eventually prevailed by the end of the 20th century with aesthetic philosophers such as Nick Zangwill strongly defending a return to moderate aesthetic formalism among other alternatives.

Disputes as to whether or not to classify something as a work of art are referred to as classificatory disputes about art. Classificatory disputes in the 20th century have included cubist and impressionist paintings, Duchamp's Fountain, the movies, superlative imitations of banknotes, conceptual art, and video games. Philosopher David Novitz has argued that disagreement about the definition of art are rarely the heart of the problem. Rather, "the passionate concerns and interests that humans vest in their social life" are "so much a part of all classificatory disputes about art." According to Novitz, classificatory disputes are more often disputes about societal values and where society is trying to go than they are about theory proper. For example, when the Daily Mail criticized Hirst's and Emin's work by arguing "For 1,000 years art has been one of our great civilising forces. Today, pickled sheep and soiled beds threaten to make barbarians of us all" they are not advancing a definition or theory about art, but questioning the value of Hirst's and Emin's work. In 1998, Arthur Danto, suggested a thought experiment showing that "the status of an artifact as work of art results from the ideas a culture applies to it, rather than its inherent physical or perceptible qualities. Cultural interpretation (an art theory of some kind) is therefore constitutive of an object's arthood."

Anti-art is a label for art that intentionally challenges the established parameters and values of art; it is term associated with Dadaism and attributed to Marcel Duchamp just before World War I, when he was making art from found objects. One of these, Fountain (1917), an ordinary urinal, has achieved considerable prominence and influence on art. Anti-art is a feature of work by Situationist International, the lo-fi Mail art movement, and the Young British Artists, though it is a form still rejected by the Stuckists, who describe themselves as anti-anti-art.

Architecture is often included as one of the visual arts; however, like the decorative arts, or advertising, it involves the creation of objects where the practical considerations of use are essential in a way that they usually are not in a painting, for example.

Somewhat in relation to the above, the word art is also used to apply judgments of value, as in such expressions as "that meal was a work of art" (the cook is an artist), or "the art of deception" (the highly attained level of skill of the deceiver is praised). It is this use of the word as a measure of high quality and high value that gives the term its flavor of subjectivity. Making judgments of value requires a basis for criticism. At the simplest level, a way to determine whether the impact of the object on the senses meets the criteria to be considered art is whether it is perceived to be attractive or repulsive. Though perception is always colored by experience, and is necessarily subjective, it is commonly understood that what is not somehow aesthetically satisfying cannot be art. However, "good" art is not always or even regularly aesthetically appealing to a majority of viewers. In other words, an artist's prime motivation need not be the pursuit of the aesthetic. Also, art often depicts terrible images made for social, moral, or thought-provoking reasons. For example, Francisco Goya's painting depicting the Spanish shootings of 3 May 1808 is a graphic depiction of a firing squad executing several pleading civilians. Yet at the same time, the horrific imagery demonstrates Goya's keen artistic ability in composition and execution and produces fitting social and political outrage. Thus, the debate continues as to what mode of aesthetic satisfaction, if any, is required to define 'art'.

The assumption of new values or the rebellion against accepted notions of what is aesthetically superior need not occur concurrently with a complete abandonment of the pursuit of what is aesthetically appealing. Indeed, the reverse is often true, that the revision of what is popularly conceived of as being aesthetically appealing allows for a re-invigoration of aesthetic sensibility, and a new appreciation for the standards of art itself. Countless schools have proposed their own ways to define quality, yet they all seem to agree in at least one point: once their aesthetic choices are accepted, the value of the work of art is determined by its capacity to transcend the limits of its chosen medium to strike some universal chord by the rarity of the skill of the artist or in its accurate reflection in what is termed the zeitgeist. Art is often intended to appeal to and connect with human emotion. It can arouse aesthetic or moral feelings, and can be understood as a way of communicating these feelings. Artists express something so that their audience is aroused to some extent, but they do not have to do so consciously. Art may be considered an exploration of the human condition; that is, what it is to be human. By extension, it has been argued by Emily L. Spratt that the development of artificial intelligence, especially in regard to its uses with images, necessitates a re-evaluation of aesthetic theory in art history today and a reconsideration of the limits of human creativity.

An essential legal issue are art forgeries, plagiarism, replicas and works that are strongly based on other works of art.

The trade in works of art or the export from a country may be subject to legal regulations. Internationally there are also extensive efforts to protect the works of art created. The UN, UNESCO and Blue Shield International try to ensure effective protection at the national level and to intervene directly in the event of armed conflicts or disasters. This can particularly affect museums, archives, art collections and excavation sites. This should also secure the economic basis of a country, especially because works of art are often of tourist importance. The founding president of Blue Shield International, Karl von Habsburg, explained an additional connection between the destruction of cultural property and the cause of flight during a mission in Lebanon in April 2019: “Cultural goods are part of the identity of the people who live in a certain place. If you destroy their culture, you also destroy their identity. Many people are uprooted, often no longer have any prospects and as a result flee from their homeland.”

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@RevRichardColes @SamiraAhmedUK And ask does art still exist or is religion paramount?
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I'm a shopkeeper. Despite the government's entreaties, I think it's unwise to open up the shop this week. It's a sm…
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Brown & Turner's online art auction, in conjunction with @bordersartfair will happen on 25th June. The e-catalogue…
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@Kayla_NaAdult I believe its on of the comic strips of one of your most recent story arcs. The one before Recovery?…
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@MarkGardner_Art @BareLeft Reminds me of the joke which ends, ‘you can tell all this from hello?!’ Amazing how peop…
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"Kain Tayo (Part 3)" [Bonus: Coffee) #artph #art #digitalart #digitaldrawing #DigitalArtist #ArtistOnTwitter…
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@Zyan_Art @39daph This... Is fucking beautiful
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PROHIBIDA CUALQUIER TRANSACCIÓN COMERCIAL EN APARCAMIENTOS PÚBLICOS (art.47- OMS), cómo se puede entender sino la a…
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LOOK: This #JunkTerrorBill art by Christian Morales speaks volumes. "Namimigay ng face mask ang gobyerno," Morales…
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Men of great learning and little wisdom. They speak of music but play no lyre. They speak of politics but rule no c…
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Portugal needs state of the art, exquisite British fancies and syllabub! #ExportOpps #GREATBritain
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I can't see the others retweet my art here.
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@hjuwu_art Pior q ja quebrei a tela do meu celular por isso, mas tipo, foi pq taquei no chão uma vez no nervoso e n…
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Art is the truest form of expression... every nation uses art to preserve, to heal, to hold and to teach. Art is a…
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WHOA, this is amazing! Thank you to all who have recently followed me! I shall now do what I promised and create a…
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Bloqueio criativo sai nunca?
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bought some bucket hats and updated my barrette collection... art school ain’t ready for me this fall 🤩
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l'art, la nuit, l'amour
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@TarbNLoew finally, they're making an electronic art
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At the risk of sounding self-deprecating, I gotta say: I hope one day I can make beautiful art. Stories and illustr…
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@c3rmenDraws Happy Birthday!
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en serio es el mejor fan art que han hecho de la ps5 es elegante, bonita y nada sexualizada aún llevando escote y e…
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Tretchikoff Wall Art On Canvas Reproduction No. TFF-002000
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le dije a mi profesor que no pude instalar photoshop porque #boomer y que estuve editando todo este tiempo los trab…
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does the hen when the owl begs for listen mercy? it is an art. how about another pair?
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@HerosOfTheStar1 Ish evil! How dare it defile the art of wiggling 😡
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@yoursaltness i don't even know anything about tarot but i would buy this just to have it on display honestly... i'…
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@Koltreg @kasonRyu_Art @a_eiona @wyntonred @unique_sora @CosPlayNay Or the fact that she knows she was cloned means…
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@TRANSKIYOTAKA it would be cat art. :(
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My painting art project color is blue, red, white, orange, and yellow! 💙❤️🧡💛⚪
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What's this a new doodle 😱 Enjoy a delicious meaty snack for all creatures most foul. #horror
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@skolopendra_art @baddilss НИЧЕГО СЕБЕ ТЫ ВСПОМНИЛА, РЕСПЕТК ЗА СООРБАЗИТЛЬНСТЬ
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A vent piece that turned into a heraldic looking fae werewolf. I don't often do clean line art or cel shading, so t…
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Art trade with @realdud_bass 🏙️
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Martin Cult Art
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On the art side, it was really challenging to make real size assets and textures with mobile constraints. There was…
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🥺🥺🥺🥺 hiiii guys this is my art account ,,,,, i'll be' posting all of it here from now on
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by the way, if you guys follow me for art, please don't mute my rts or mute me in general, just because of current…
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#Repost @susanocorreia a eternidade cabe apenas no coração daquilo que morre, e sabe #art #sketch #sketchbook…
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hey, i know i posted about this a while ago, but i've come to realize i might just not be in a super good place to…
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Comission my good pal JayJay. She makes very cute and good art. SHE DESERVES THE BEST.
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@tvma34 “Uhm AKSHULLY” (Jk, luv u Sond)
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A2. This may be very simplistic but libraries should not be quiet or bookcentric. They should reflect the interests…
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@Kopter__ oh its because in xenoblade there's an art called monado cyclone where he jumps up in the air and release…
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New video, Should You Play Helltaker?: Shout out to all of the amazing Helltaker art that…
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“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” - Edgar Degas #graffiti #NewYork
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@JoyAnnReid Because it has been diluted to art projects?
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I’m binge watching season 2 of Pose and all my fucking feels are coming out! I’m crying cause of my personal shit,…
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@cirino_art To todo me tremendo
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The Art World: Trial of Paris gallery over stolen Picasso works delayed until next year due to coronavirus court ba…
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Hit up @dipitydaisy for a beautiful work of art!!!! 💖💝💓💕❣️
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Y'all voted for me to continue Kirby 64, so I'm continuing Kirby 64! (and then working on art commissions!) Come wa…
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Lrt y'all can do whatever you want but it feels wrong to see nonblack artist drawing black suffering, it's not your…
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LRT I LOVE MY BOYFRIENDS ART SO FUCKING MUUUUUCH
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Some of you already saw this yesterday but WOAH new channel art courtesy of @CosmicHaru! This is gonna be put to us…
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Working on some art how is it 🙃
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@spillseshYT @spillseshYT I think people are meaning it wasn’t known about the alleged minor incomber directly with…
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A book in image set format : the art of manliness
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Today I went to an Art Gallery with my button
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It's almost 1 year since Walls was released so that means it’s fan art time 🎨. Let's see your best and most creativ…
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A legend. But also a lovely, warm, utterly grounded human being. Thank you, Cicely, for the art you made, the path…
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Cicely Tyson broke barriers and paved the way for so many. She inspired the world with her art, activism, and altru…
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RT @monsterhunter: Monster Hunter Rise Concept Art: Felyne Chief Kogarashi, Elder Fugen's trusty Palico, now responsible for the managing t…
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RT @stormwolf0325: awesome art by “Oh, pain! Only you will never leave me, so I am willing to respect you at last”…
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RT @BryanDechart: 🌿 Live in 1 Hour! 🌿 RT & Join us on Our “Art-Shelf” has arrived! Help us decorate our studio…
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@aeberman12 @peet365 Consider signing up to the $TSLAQ block list Art. There's no reasoni…
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RT @Variety_Film: Sundance NEXT Contender ‘Son of Monarchs’ Links Art and Science
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RT @PYJournal: Happy Friday! This weekend is your last chance to #submit your #poetry and #art #photography for our upcoming special issue,…
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@seaguns_art On the one hand, I can kinda see where he's coming from - I'd fucking love a kaiju documentary. On the…
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RT @parisreview: “I fell in love with words as concretized thought when I was a kid and knew somehow that I would spend my life involved wi…
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RT @RellaPdx: Walking the dog I used to see this elderly couple dancing on the bridge. A week ago I saw him dancing alone and thought that…
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@portalavonlea Chiclete AWAE IS ART
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RT @VP: Cicely Tyson broke barriers and paved the way for so many. She inspired the world with her art, activism, and altruism. Cicely, tha…
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RT @beniaminmincu: 3/ The next 2-3 years will see the most rapid financial transformation - from traditional 40 years old slow, deprecated,…
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Fan art is fun and black artists should be allowed to create versions of their favorite characters free of harassme…
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RT @bkpp_family: 🧑‍🍳PASTRY CHEF vs ART DIRECTOR🎨 #OPPOReno5Series5G_BKPP
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RT @terra_ruru: Finally finishing old art 💀 Have a Yuuya. #kairyouhigh
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@uk_domain_names After the other team has proposed own goals for a bit... I mean, BJ talked about use of Art 16 an…
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RT @kumaane: 【真夜中のドア - Stay With Me / 松原みき】 #miko_Art
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RT @nkjuls: i think people underestimate how hard art is. you get an idea, and then you have to learn how to draw it the way your brain see…
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RT @YY19970805: @brightwinsip @CEOastrostuffs @bbrightenup @brightwin_fess The photo on your pfp is not Sarawat. And Sarawat is acted by Br…
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RT @_euphoriea: SELENA GOMEZ IN BOYFRIEND IS WORK OF ART ✨ @selenagomez
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RT @robertosaezm: Halladas en la playa de Matalascañas (Huelva) 90 huellas de neandertales de al menos 106.000 años. ¡Esperamos ansiosos la…
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It just makes me so angry that anyone would tell him that. Art is art, it may not be the style you like but that do…
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RT @flan00017703: so basically i was going through my old tumblr art and realized i made a BUNCH of genuinely funny comic strips so im deci…
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Supply is scarce and some pieces are more rare than others. But there’s another layer of scarcity that gets the o…
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For this panel, I'm pretty speechless. This is literally just victim-blaming? "You're harming people." No I'm not.…
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Our Father, Who art in heaven,  Hallowed be Thy Name.  Thy Kingdom come.Thy Will b done,on earth as it is in Heaven…
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My little brother graduated from art school! 🎉
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RT @jennytheartista: my art on a temporary tattoo<3 link in bio!
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RT @CpnMoony: Wattson from Apex Legends⚡💖 #wattson #ApexLegends #art
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RT @witcheggo: @0xCAFEBEEF i think it’s beautiful and art is subjective??? what a ridiculous accusation to make
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RT @cmdtegralgnb: "El territorio y demás espacios geográficos de la República son los que correspondían a la Capitanía General de Venezuela…
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@AlexisuwuAlexis i'm kinda ambivalent to all the different mlp ships people have and i wouldn't say i ship flutters…
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RT @FR95VB: Helen (my character)⭐️ Patreon PinUp: December`19! #furry #erotica #digital #art
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RT @met_armsarmor: Back Plate of a Gorget #themet #armandsarmor
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‘’A 2019 documentary titled The Cheech: An American Icon’s Crusade for the Chicano Art Movement followed the actor’…
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Philosophy is the dumbest shit I’ve ever taken. Shits even worse than art history 🤮
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RT @nkjuls: i think people underestimate how hard art is. you get an idea, and then you have to learn how to draw it the way your brain see…
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RT @Todos_Fabian: Felicitaciones! al Sindicato de los trabajadores azucareros de Artigas x no acompañar referéndum contra #LALUC 💪 Tomen e…
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@Negimo_art but yeah, you could wait a while before you recommend it! it’s perfectly understandable if it isn’t to some people’s liking.
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@Kashmere_Art That is already adorable, love how you draw all kinds of different species :)
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RT @jenachuu: a tiny little preview for my piece for @SoKaiZine !! all the art in it is wonderful ;a;!! you can preorder it over at
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@040miya Is so cute!!!! Beautiful art! 😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️
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BYOSB-bring your own sleeping bag!💖My final look for the RuPaul’s Drag Race Bag Ball! I’m so so so proud of this lo…
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RT @zenohikas: hihi its the first day of black history month and if you want a creative to support on this fine day i would highly recommen…
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RT @LEPITYann: @LCP @damienabad @jmblanquer disait bien au Sénat, aucun souci en IEF. Manque d'application art. L131-6 code éduc : le mair…
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RT @faerghusfour: THEY DON'T CALL HIM THE TEMPEST KING BECAUSE HE'S DRY!!!!!!! Art: @shenyun5000 Chibis: @chunafishy Writing: @Yevievt h…
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RT @kuurakuu_: It really makes me sad every time a young artists tells me they feel bad about using references for their art. Guys. Guys pl…
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When you set not enough gas, and lose all your crypto while minting new art @rariblecom #rarible #cryptoart #NFT…
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RT @ayoguofficial: My art aged 17 My art Aged 23
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RT @3picboss: true art is seen by many but understood by few
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RT @MHAOfficial: NEWS: Class 1-B Suits Up in Latest My Hero Academia Season 5 Art 👊🏼 Read on:
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RT @MHAOfficial: NEWS: Class 1-B Suits Up in Latest My Hero Academia Season 5 Art 👊🏼 Read on:
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RT @Bunwiser: REDBUBBLE SHOP NOW OPEN ▪ hey bros, I started making art again! Between finding stable work and free…
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RT @Titeuf: C'est pô mal comme fan art ! Bien joué @Rivenzi_ @ultiaa @Baghera__Jones @Xari_ 🙃
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RT @MHAOfficial: NEWS: Class 1-B Suits Up in Latest My Hero Academia Season 5 Art 👊🏼 Read on:
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📷 Painting by Margaret Olley at @tweedregionalgallery #inspirational #artistsilove (at Tweed Regional Gallery & Mar…
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RT @FUNimation: NEWS: Class 1-B Suits Up in Latest My Hero Academia Season 5 Art 👊🏼 Read on:
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Honored and Humbled. One day I hope to master the art of Emergency Medicine — This may take an entire career to ach…
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RT @india_barton: Had quite a few people asking to see my progress with my art over the years so here’s a video of it! ✨
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RT @mimila2604: #01Feb Trabajadores y Jubilados, con SMN de 0,77$/Mes, sin plan #SaludCantv, con #AveriasCantv, tenemos mil razones para se…
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My NAILS are LONGER!!! 💅🏻🌻🙂 | Johnny’s Communication Center (JCC) Ep.26 #JCC​ #쟈씨씨​ #NCT​…
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No it’s actually CRIMINAL to not recognize Michaela Coel for what she did, not just w trauma or sexual assault or c…
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@enfpbrainrot i dont even know a single art rule and i still pop off with each drawing i make . Yolo
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RT @emonange12: #1Feb Los lineamientos del ilegal 2792, es eliminar acuerdos, Derechos y mecanismos de negociación históricos logrados por…
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@Zyralynn_art Hello! Thank you for the art share~ I draw my OCs, commissions, and fanarts \sometimes\ ❤️
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#34. 𝘔𝘢𝘬𝘦 𝘪𝘵 𝘥𝘰𝘶𝘣𝘭𝘦. 👻 ᦈ 10 rondas. ᦈ Puntos van de 15, a 10 y a 5. ᦈ Haré dos dinámicas de cinco rondas cada un…
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#nightmusic Italian composer Luigi Dallapiccola #botd in 1904: "Piccola Musica Notturna" #art by Girolamo Nerli…
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RT @ladh: La zone de police Hesbaye-Ouest a son nouveau chef de zone
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RT @parkjeonmi: Eu voto por Dynamite (@BTS_twt) em 'Música Favorita'! Dê RT para votar também. #KCA #VoteDynamite
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@EliyahHavemann Frau Merkel wird jede Art von Kritik in ihrer unnachahmlichen Weise im Weltraum verdampfen lassen.…
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RT @VincentVyce1: Sunfall Cycle Fan art! @JesseCox @Silent0siris @ThatBronzeGirl @EricVulgaris @britweisman
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RT @met_eupaintings: Bather in the Woods by Camille Pissarro #camillepissarro #metmuseum
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RT @NCTsmtown: My NAILS are LONGER!!! 💅🏻🌻🙂 | Johnny’s Communication Center (JCC) Ep.26 #JCC​ #쟈씨씨​ #NCT​ #NCT127…
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Dhaxal, space orc, and...a random girlfriend I gave her (Old twitter handle, too lazy to update)
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#NewProfilePic Shoutout to @ywaterzy for this cool art! 🔥
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RT @NekohimeK: I wanted to celebrate 200 but have been distracted so HERE'S AN ART SHARE!! I will retweet as many as I can after my nap~ ✨P…
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RT @Danndy180: Ya por fin terminadas las otras versiones del fan art de Darkness, mas tarde las subiré a mi Pixiv #anime #fanart #waifu #k…
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@fujoshisweet12 Ohhh eu n sou chegada muito a hambúrguer não mas é bonzin
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@hanayakani I try to keep it separate from my art akdbwkndbshs but it exists
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RT @LeffiesArt: Owl House~ #theowlhouse #owlhouse #disneyfanart #disney #art #fanart #toh
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Rob Gronkowski Answers Fan Super Bowl Questions with YouTuber Logan Paul
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RT @SocFemRu: РОССТАТ: РОССИЙСКИЕ МУЖЧИНЫ ОТДЫХАЮТ БОЛЬШЕ, ЧЕМ ЖЕНЩИНЫ. Стало известно, сколько свободного времени остаётся у россиян. Еж…
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RT @AmonBars: Amon and Wolfy hat to...vent after the concert. 🥵💦 Both enjoyed their private session in the back alley and are defo still u…
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🎨💓DEADLINE EXTENDED - CASH PRIZES! The D.C. Office of the Attorney General and @ProjectCreateDC has launched a yout…
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RT @jhoey111: the artist vs. the art
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RT @lustersgarden: i love my art.
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RT @sophiryy: @carpchi heyhey :) I'm Sophie, and I make mostly mcyt and OC art :D I don't really post my work here but whatever lmao Some o…
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Hi, I’m Paige, a passionate and creative character designer who hails from New Jersey! Character Design is my main…
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RT @womenwpa: girls and art
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@ProseProfessor Thanks!
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@likeluke *Arto, sitting at his iMac and turning up the contrast, clarity and texture sliders to 85* “This is ART.”
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Solidarity with Kashmir , Street art competition Feb 2020 on kashmir Highway Muree , held by Ministry of Communicat…
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@RockhardRiott 🌸— aw thank you 🥺 that means a lot. My patreon art was a little more detailed. I usually made it wit…
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RT @Lovigal_3: My gift to @cave_leonem for our two years anniversary 💖 (which was the 23/01 but it just occurred to me that I could post th…
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RT @kyokuma_: #画像4枚上げて200RT目指す #illustration #art #drawing 頭の上に独特な世界載せてます。
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RT @SocialM85897394: BREXIT BONUS Every month we will save enough in EU fees to build two large state of the art hospitals. #BrexitShambl…
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The BTS: IDOL Fine Art Print by Ian MacDonald is inspired by the jaw-dropping finale of the group's iconic live sho…
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“Blossom of snow, may you bloom and grow, bloom and grow forever.” RIP Christopher Plummer. You lit up screen and s…
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I had to see for myself this new art installation honoring @VP Kamala Harris. It’s incredible. #glassceilingbreaker
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@shadow_does_art Where do I start? You're an incredibly talented person at so many things, especially cosplay. You'…
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@rgstark @AuthorBryan I've published art essays before, including a critique of Wilde's "The Soul Of Man Under Soci…
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“Komplocular Önderliğin şahsında Kürt halkı ve PKK’yi öldürmek istediler ama başaramadılar!” #FreedomForOcalan
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‼️SALE 50% OFF ‼️ VALENTINES COMMISSIONS GIFT YOUR VALENTINES AN ORIGINAL AND PERSONAL PIECE OF ARTWORK SALE END…
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El grans de @ElsPorxos hem visitat el museu de Can Framis per descobrir, parlar i experimentar sobre l'art contempo…
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@ZoomerPetrus @GoPdetractor @schizoswagger @sHILLBERG2132 @TsarVl @ArkansasGroyper @30smug @kalimanderr…
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RT @AldyDerg: I did not knew i had such a nice backview, looks pretty yes yes ♥ 🎨Art by @kazookatt
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@TEAELLisntHEER Watch jojo, spend at least 2 years trying to replicate the style, somewhat succeed, develop another…
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RT @JimnezJajito44: @ClaraSanzL El proyecto transformador del Gobierno de España y las CC AA pasa por aplicar el Art 76 del TREBEP y clasic…
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RT @NakicatOfficial: My femboy Zaralynna, getting dominated by @R_Spectre 💜🖤❤️ art is by @suumunster who once again has blown me away 😍 htt…
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RT @creapills: À Paris (rue de Rivoli), la Joconde se fait la malle pour dénoncer la fermeture des musées Plus d'infos :
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@NuiPahu Ooh! I really like your art style!
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RT @acupofrain: Lol fuck
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@DrJuanCZevallos vulneraron nuestros derechos descritos en el Art 25 de la Ley Humanitaria, NECESITAMOS su ayuda, e…
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RT @maymayImpact: the fact that he smiles in the concept art 😭😭😭
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@skele_tea TEA PLEASE!!! (ty) Your art is equally very beautiful, very powerful.
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And smart tv and Xbox 360 rhyme!!
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- Enviei hoje PLP para disciplinar o ICMS dos combustíveis. Visamos a regulamentação do art. 4º da Emenda Constituc…
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Lantern Rite Fan Art II "A long-suffering task makes the idle moments all the more precious." "Ehe~"…
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Lantern Rite Fan Art III Snowmen are cold. Kittens are cute. Festivals make Qiqi happy. Very happy. #GenshinImpact
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RT @Sumanta08982801: The Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav-2021 will cover a profusion of folk art forms and it would offer the chance to experi…
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RT @2stars8moons: i got inspired 🥺🥺 this art is so beautiful. happy valentine's day!!
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RT @chikikothari: Shocking over-reach of a bully state! No evidence of any 'international conspiracy', but young people supporting Farmer m…
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RT @Nerinn_: the real reason why I chose the gold seelie #原神 #GenshinImpact
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@jesussunbaes art
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RT @PoisonPawss: Where are all the alternative lovers? I want some new subs who appreciate art
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@ivor1093 작곡가님
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RT @GluffOfficial: @Jorep_2 @bonbonni_ @GabaghoulComics Agreed. Gumball in particular just felt like every other dumb kid type character in…
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RT @kingfIuffybunz: lesbian pride undyne!! #undertale #undyne #art #wlw
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家庭版出ると信じてる人いちゃうか🥺
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@Vater_Staat Der ist sehr fest im Beamtentum verwachsen. So von der Art her. Aber ja, ich muss sagen, Recht hat er!
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RT @IfonlySN: ART !!! #원호 #WONHO #Love_Synonym #Right_for_Us
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RT @scpkidd: werewolves in love! also they are gay.
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RT @tenchiwawa_0401: んぼさんHappy Birthday!🎉 ビターチョコと共に…🍫💖 #夜ナイのんぼ誕生祭 #夜ナイFA
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RT @WorldAndScience: 'The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science' - Albe…
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الله يسعدك مثر ماضحكت على ذا المقطع🤣🤣 @imede_ ياربي على المواساه🤣🤣
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whether you feel like a Crewmate or Impostor on Valentine's Day, we'd never eject you from our heart 💐🔪💕 art by…
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Lukaku and Zlatan’s clash in the Milan derby has been turned into street art in Milan 🎨
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RT @Roblox: The #BloxyAwards are on their way, but before they get here, we need your help with a few categories. Head over to the event pa…
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RT @mangakatorades_: [14.02.2021 #mangatorades_] ~Kim Yu jin🎃🎈 #art . #drawing . #digitalart . #illustration . #afteraprils
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RT @dcrlingEle: ꒰🤍꒱ ɞ• Ele’s AC ˚₊· ꨄ Winner get : 🥇 A halo 🥈200k Dianonds 🥉100k Diamonds ɞ• Any kind of art allowed ɞ• Gfx allowed ɞ…
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RT @Itzel_gema_azul: 💎Feliz San Valentín @arigameplays Te quiero mucho bb💕✨ #sketch #art
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RT @GodzillaVsKong: Now this is a #FanArtFriday fit for two kings. #GodzillaVsKong (Art by @daztibbles)
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RT @hskvantae: KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK VOCÊS ESTAVAM NO FANDOM QUANDO ISSO AQUI ACONTECEU??????
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RT @brfootball: Lukaku and Zlatan’s clash in the Milan derby has been turned into street art in Milan 🎨
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RT @2018Ria: . "who is invisible enough to see you." . - Paul Celan #writing . . #art #photography by Toby Borrows . #artphotogr…
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ART 😍
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RT @Proud_Pandey: i heard twitter appreciates art 🥺👉👈
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By the way, tweeting yourself and then immediately liking your tweet is also a different art.
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RT @boneysoups: can we stop pretending this style of cover art doesn’t absolutely rip
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RT @brfootball: Lukaku and Zlatan’s clash in the Milan derby has been turned into street art in Milan 🎨
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RT @SatoshiLite: Unlike NFTs, real world art is not zero cost. It takes effort and time to create a piece. This is effectively Proof of Wor…
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RT @CryptoCobain: The problem with art is that it is Non-Finite. There is zero cost to create unlimited number of new paintings. Sure, Ver…
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@SH0T0BR41NR0T ART DO YOUR FUCKING HOMEWORKS BCS IF YOU DONT THAT USUI RP ACC WILL NEVER INTERACT WITH YOU ANYMORE
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RT @awesomreassurer: #ValentapeWeekend is here! So, as a Sero simp, I NEED to post art for this occasion! For the prompts "flowers" and "hu…
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Artist Makes His Illustrations Have Their Own Light And The Result Is Incredible
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Custom artwork doesn't have to bust your decorating budget. With some crafting supplies and a little imagination, you can create your own expensive-looking DIY wall art in no time! #diyart #diywallart #cheapwallart #walldecor #diywalldecorideas #bhg
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Desenhos Da Arquitetura Gótica Capturam A Beleza De Construções Europeias
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Not adding a face could make for interesting poems. Prompts could include... what would the face be like?... who do you imagine this to be... write a story for who this person is/can be?
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Drucken Sie Kunst Poster Tinte Zeichnung Skizze Malerei von rcolo Mehr
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Artist Arranges Stones In Stunning Patterns On The Beach, Finds It Very Therapeutic (30 Pics)
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Most art canvas storage racks were very expensive and took up too much space. So I found the IKEA HEJNE shelf and got to planning! #ikeastorage #studioorganization #craftsupplyorganization
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Mike Parisella: el collage digital al servicio de lo provocativo y lo sugerente - Cultura Inquieta
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Forever Fern Hello Card - Alisa Tilsner
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Challenging society’s unrealistic expectations of a female’s body image, French artist Inés Longevial has developed a distinct way in which her subjects are painted.
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Community-Lieblinge: Dekorative Wandbilder von Desenio bis 25 € + Verlosung | SoLebIch.de
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Canvas fáciles de recrear para decorar tu habitación
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Austrian Artist Creates Nightmare-Inducing Illustrations And They're Not For The Easily Frightened (30 Pics)
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Art imprimable gratuit de feuilles tropicales {série de 9} | The Happy Housie #Art #feuilles #gratuit #Happy #Housie #imprimable #série
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planettes-s-evapourant-d-une-boulbe-dessin-triste-facile-art-émouvant-idée-dessin-la-beauté-triste-émotion
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100 top idées & tutos de dessins mangas – Astuces de filles
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Développer sa créativité : l'exercice des 100 fleurs - Lettres & Co
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Mike Parisella: el collage digital al servicio de lo provocativo y lo sugerente - Cultura Inquieta
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Serie: Tarot – Naipe de Ouros – Dinheiro, Materialidade, Realizações – Pelo AMOR da Deusa!
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100 top idées & tutos de dessins mangas – Astuces de filles
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Artist Makes His Illustrations Have Their Own Light And The Result Is Incredible #art
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Stone-Arrangements-Beach-Land-Art-Jon-Foreman
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Mike Parisella: el collage digital al servicio de lo provocativo y lo sugerente - Cultura Inquieta
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Self-Taught Artist Makes Amazing Female Portraits Based On Doodles
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Do Those DIY Honey Face Masks Actually Treat Acne?
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Challenging society's unrealistic expectations of a female's body image, French artist Inés Longevial has developed a distinct way in which her subjects are painted. By focusing on the power of a woman's body and composition of posture, and by fragmenting shapes and colors, she sets out to
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Provide a creative, relevant caption for the picture below and get selected and featured with your name and caption. We select 15+ of the best captions! and publish them on our website as Wisepicks. Please note the Wise picks for today's picture will be published at 9:30 pm, (ET) on 26 October 2020
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Artist Surprises Beach Goers By Arranging Stones Into Mesmerizing Patterns Along The Coast
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"This drawing I did represents the never-ending feeling of falling with nothing to carry me to peace." —braelynk
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Esta extraordinaria artista pinta el mar como si fuera una hermosa mujer
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Painting a Cherry Blossom Tree with Acrylics and Cotton Swabs!
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Jul 1, 2020 06:22
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Happy marriages begin when we marry the ones we love, and they blossom when we love the ones we marry. 💙 × × #polskadziewczyna #polishgirl #fashion #beauty #woman #girl #instagram #insta #dziewczyna #love #daily #artist #makeup #beautiful #moda #instagirl #pretty #selfie #photo #photography #art #igers #kpop #music #dance  #idol #happy #picture #musician #셀스타그램
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Jul 14, 2020 19:03
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“I can’t give you the sunset, but I can give you the night.” – Erin McCarthy 🙏🤳🇬🇷 #smile #instagramers #pretty #food #friends #like #lol #nature #hair #onedirection #swag #beach #funny #bored #life #cool #blue #dog #pink #art #versagram #sunset #hot #photo #instahub #my #tagblender #family #throwbackthursday #cat
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Lunchbreaksketch (oddworld) ✍️🐙👾👽 - - - #artwork #art #digitalart #myart #characterdesign #sketching #doodle #digitalsketch #doodles #artoftheday #sketchbook #sketch #pencildrawing #pencilart #inking #penart #pencil #creative #mydrawing #doodling #sketches #drawing #draw #instaart #instaartist #artist  #illustration #conceptart #environmentart #scifiart
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Jul 15, 2020 21:26
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