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Morris saw the division as creating a group of designers who turned out
standardized patterns for machine-made objects and a group of fine artists who
were constrained from producing things needed by people for an aesthetically
By courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts. Boston tfl An automated peacock
fountain from the treatise of al-Jazari, Mesopotamlan, 13th century AD. In the
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. References to automata devised by Western
Europeans in ...
Sites containing Sesklo materials have been discovered throughout Greece;
most of these were newly founded settlements, implying an increase in
population density. The beginning of the Sesklo phase is defined by the
appearance of fine ...
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