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  1. It was always connected. What, in your opinion, different Dumas, Michelangelo and Raffaeli worked there for free? No, they had huge material demands and the goal of selling their work was always not in the last place. Think of Russian writers who lived directly on the tsar's money – Gogol, for example, received a table from the tsar in Rome for several years. You idealize art. Anyone starting to do something doesn't count on Raskolnikov's komorka, no – as a rule, creators have a good appetite and a passion for traveling. In addition, you forget that creating art is absolutely not a free or cheap process. There are a few exceptions, such as Modigliani or Khlebnikov, but these are exceptions.

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