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If original artworks aren't available, I would certainly use
reproductions, but if at all possible, go for the real thing.
Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State
On Fri, 26 Jul 1996, Sheila Hoover wrote:
> My classmate and I are planning for a debate in our 'Introduction to Aesthetics
> in Art Education' course. The question we are discussing:
> Is viewing an original a more "full" aesthetic experience than viewing a
> We are looking for support for the position that viewing an original is the
> "greater" experience, as well as points to the contrary (to prepare for our
> Any information/perspectives would be greatly appreciated.
> Sheila Hoover
> Center for Interfacial Engineering
> 187 Shepherd Labs
> University of Minnesota