‘What makes artworks interesting is the precise unnamable sensation particular to a single image. The moods and meanings… creep into our experience without our noticing, sparking directly from the eye to the mood without touching language at all … Something about paints and colors must work on us without conciousness being much involved…’. From ‘What Painting Is’, James Elkins. (with the consent of the author)


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