High-Class Kitsch

High-class kitsch may well be “perfect” in its form and and composition: the academic painters were often masters of their craft. Thus, the accusation that a work of kitsch is based not on lack of for or aesthetic merit but on the presence of a particularly provocative emotional content. (The best art, by contrast, eschews emotional content altogether.)

Robert C. Solomon

High-class kitsch may well be "perfect" in its form and and composition Solomon

Entertaining Ideas: Popular Philosophical Essays, 1970-1990

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