The Social Background of Art Education
by Robert H. Beck - 1965
Baskin and his imagist colleagues are not sanguine about society. There are no remedies suggested in their art or notebooks, there is no direction for art education in them. But these artistic commentaries can be interpreted by educators seeking in them worthy tasks. The artist who shows himself repulsed by brutality, by emotional frigidity, is urging educators to make a new society peopled by men and women who can love and be compassionate.
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