I just went to see a Monet exhibition and while I liked some of the art I saw, I can't help but think about how many people come to see them or study them or whatever just "Because it's a monet". And I think that's kinda bs. To me there is no difference in value between an original Picasso and a replication. It's should be about the art, not the person or object
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