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Social Values Understood Relative To Time By Way Of Art




The benefits associated with being
born in a later year outweigh
the biological risks associated
with being born to an older mother
See At The Link The
Obvious Community Health
Dependence.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/04/160412104810.htm

There's Also A Distinct Time
Relativity Involved.
The Wealthiest People Hundreds
Of Years Ago Still Lacked
Mr. Coffee.
Their Wealth Was Their Sometimes...
Simple Arrogance.
What's Visible In Much Art.


http://www.getty.edu/art/collection/objects/815/jan-gossaert-portrait-of-francisco-de-los-cobos-y-molina-netherlandish-about-1530-1532/

The Chief Financial Officer To
Emporer Charles V, By
Jan Gossaert, Apx. 1530-1532
The Original Is On Display
At The Getty Museum, Los Angeles
--They Actually Have An Extensive
Gossaert Collection. J. Paul Himself
May've Held A Special Liking.
Another Gossaert, In D.C.

http://www.abcgallery.com/G/gossaert/gossaert13.html

But The Actual Meaning Of The Very Many
Paintings Of Lifeforms, Such As Fruit In
A Bowl, Is Particularly As Explained At The
Getty Museum A Device For Conveying A
Sense Of Time.

Artists plainly saw history as a
learning curve; yet, despite appearances
to the opposite, they were far more
real as to actual life.

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