Art exhibits the height of conception of a human and it would convey a considerable measure of things like thought, society, customs, and so forth to the present and future eras. For the same reason, a government spending on arts is not a waste of money. This essay shall discuss on why it is the onus of a government to spend on arts.
Firstly, a society adores a piece of work if created skillfully because of its aesthetic appearance and the complicated skill involved in making of it. The people admires such work and ready to pay a huge amount of money. However, some works are considered priceless and become a national treasure. Therefore, a government preserves such priceless paintings or sculptures so that public can view it. For example, the famous painting 'Mona Lisa' is kept in a museum and people from the globe come to watch and study it.
Secondly, some painting and sculptures are preserved by a government as antiques and as a tool to study the history. Also, the future generation can benefit from such works for learning history and other techniques of art and therefore it should become a public property. Many paintings reveal the traditions, lifestyle, and culture in their work and therefore it is important to preserve it.
In conclusion, people adore a masterpiece of a craftsman, and they can infer the history of their own people from arts. Therefore , a government spending money on arts is justifiable.
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