Doesn\'t the work need to be sublime? It is a difficult thing to lose when you think about it. Lines, colors, shapes, and structures cannot become more than they are. But we use them to express ourselves. The stronger this restriction is, the more sublime it seems to be.
Likewise, the sublime will increase when the subject is a single point. However, when I paint a landscape, if I focus on every object, I get the impression that the painting will be scattered. However, even in a landscape, when painting a sense of air or a scene, the focus is on a single point.
When you have narrowed down something to be expressed to a single point, and you are able to express it, you will naturally have a sense of the sublime.
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October 26, 2021