The collective history of the human experience makes The Arts relevant. As much as the past shapes individuals, the world is collectively influenced by music, dance, artwork, and literature. We’ve stopped asking the question, ‘Why?’ which we commonly asked as children. The Arts answers this question in many different forms, and offers us the ability to live life in another’s shoes or feel the pleasure or torment when witnessing the art composer’s work, perspective, and ultimate experience in life.

The importance of it all is the capacity of endurance and preserving how the Arts instill feeling. Whether it’s destiny, fate, gods, or by design, each artistic method tells a story – whether cautionary or oddly true to life.

The Stolen Art of WW2

The Portrait of a Young Man by Raphael

The most important piece of Artwork stolen by the Nazis during WW2.

 

 

To be continued…