“Administration of aesthetics” or on underground currents of negotiating artistic jobs; between love and money, money and love

“Paint what you love and love what you paint”
Tom Roberts, 1890

“Your money or your life!” – was a threat or a false pick that the 19th century bandits, just about the time when Roberts wrote his credo, used with unguarded passengers on picturesque English countryside roads or in the wilderness of British colonies. “Administration of aesthetics” or on underground currents of negotiating artistic jobs; between love and money, money and love

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