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2014 | 3(34) | 121-131
Article title

Painterly Quest for Values

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The painter is trying to realize a certain value in the canvas, the value which he feels, he is looking for and he can see in his imagination. Nevertheless, that value is not given to him, it is undefined and unclear. For this reason, painting a picture is both creating and looking for a fully perceptible value. The emerging image shows the painter the form of that value, it is controlled by the artist, but the artist is also controlled by the image which, in a way, leads him. The demanded and achieved value is not a label which appraises the image, stuck on it by the painter, but it is like a light that per- meates and illuminates the painting.
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121-131
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2014
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1643-1243
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-2053132d-f078-4cbe-8f4a-a398f1a546ca
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