Art: Its Principles and Practice as Applied to Modern Life


Decided modifications of the National viewpoint on any subject are apt to come very gradually. Sometimes, however, a change takes place almost as rapidly as the opening of a flower over night, and an entirely new outlook is the result. This produces a different attitude of mind, which is expressed in varying forms of activity. One result of the alteration which has taken place in our national point of view is the new conception of the home as the expression of the individual taste of its owner. For a considerable period we have been engaged as a nation in finding ourselves, as every young thing is.


Boss Studios, 1917: Introduction. 

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