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    What examples can you cite of art as propaganda?

    Why does art endure?

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    As you express why does art endure, I personally believe that the universal themes conveyed in art are so timeless. When we look at the beauty of the human body, for example, we can definitely validate why Greek and Roman art forms are still so appealing to us in 2010.

    For example, if you need a reference to verify you might suggest that a piece such as "Statuette of the Diadoumenos (youth tying a fillet around his head)," from the 1st century B.C. (HTTP://WWW.METMUSEUM.ORG/TOAH/WORKS-OF-ART/32.11.2) is still so aesthetically pleasing because of its technique and form. Does that make sense to you?

    Besides the universal themes that permeate art, you might also mention how art's endurance is also likely ...

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