Young artists would learn to create by first copying works acknowledged as superior examples of their genre, style, or medium. Only after a student fully understood the work of earlier artists and was able to reproduce such examples faithfully could he or she go on to create new forms.
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- (no access) - H. H. Arnason, Elizabeth C. Mansfield-History of Modern Art-Pearson (2012).pdf, p21
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