Mammonart: An Essay in Economic Interpretation
Sinclair wrote: "All art is propaganda..". "Who owns the artists?" Thus begins Sinclair's history of art, concluding that "the bulk of the successful artists of any time are men in harmony with the spirit of the time, and identified with the powers prevailing."
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CHAPTER TAGE L Ogi the Son of Og
Who Owns the Artists?
Art and Personality
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