How does culture affect an artist's artwork?
Culture affects an artist’s artwork by proving them with a social context against why their work can be defined. All artworks are, to some extent, the products of their culture, and they reflect prevailing assumptions and beliefs. The greatest works of art, however, have the capacity to transcend the times in which they were created.
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