John Berger, Sven Blomberg, Chris Fox, Michael Dibb, Richard - These individuals create a significant work that deals with the way individuals and societies in general see, and record what they see.
Rene Magritte - This Surrealist painter lives from 1898-1967. The painter's work "The Key of Dreams" sets the keynote for the Berger work.
Frans Hals - In 1664, this eighty-year-old destitute Dutch painter receives an official commission to show the directors of a poorhouse for poor, old people in Harlem. The painter receives free fuel for the winter from these same subjects.
The Nude - This is a recurrent theme and category of European oil painting. Adam and Eve in Genesis represent the first subjects in the category.
The Spectator-Owner - This is the term used by the authors to denote the person who may experience self-satisfaction with his oil painting.
The Spectator-Buyer - This is...
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