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This would then seem to rebut any argument for the sake of playing upon photography’s availability or usage. In fact the information given by Vanerdoe from pages 103 through 105 actually never refer to the snapshot photograph, yet he still makes the assertion that «‘this means among other things that a nineteenth century painting may share many characteristics with a photograph, without being the least bit influenced by photography; and therefore we should be vary wary of unjustly enlarging the claims made for photography’s effect’...
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Aaron Scharf’s article ‘Degas and the Instantaneous Image’ can be dumbed down to that, the argument that is made is indeed in reference to the work of Degas, rather than to impressionism as a whole, as degas work was obviously his own, and only generically applied itself to the impressionist movement...
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