Art criticism as a distinct literary or journal- istic activity emerged in the eighteenth century in response to the proliferation of public venues for exhibiting art. Prior to that, artworks had remained largely confined to the pri- vate galleries of the nobility or other wealthy collectors. For the most part, only religious art was regularly viewed by the general public.
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