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    "Das Kunstwerk steht vor uns zunächst nur als so und so behauener Stein, als so und so bemalte Leinwand."
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    The artwork stands before us in the first instance only as ? carved stone and as ? painted canvas.

    I'm not sure what the 'so und so' is getting at.
    Verfasserjon10 Jun. 08, 22:17
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    Difficult to tell without seeing the work of art described; my first guess would be close to 'randomly' - are they describing abstract art?
    #1Verfasseryotix2 (341710) 10 Jun. 08, 22:19
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    It can also mean 'in a certain way' - that is, he/she doesn't want to go into any particular style at the moment but only points out that it's done in 'a certain style'.
    #2Verfasser Gibson (418762) 10 Jun. 08, 22:21
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    Unfortunately I don't have the luxury of seeing the object first-hand either. It's just a story I'm reading.

    But 'random' sounds good for this context, thanks.
    #3Verfasserjon10 Jun. 08, 22:22
    Vorschlagas a somehow carved stone or somehow painted canvas
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    Gibson is right, there is no need seeing the art works, it just means "somehow"
    #4VerfasserAndi10 Jun. 08, 22:25
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    P.S. "random" would imply that the artist didn't bother what he was creating.
    #5VerfasserAndi10 Jun. 08, 22:27
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    ... carved this way and that way, painted this way and that way.

    Is how I understand the meaning.
    #6Verfasserdude (unplugged)10 Jun. 08, 22:32
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    P.S.: "somehow" painted/carved doesn't work in this context, IMO. It would mean the art pieces were somehow carved/painted, we just don't know how or by whom.
    #7Verfasserdude (unplugged)10 Jun. 08, 22:41
     
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