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to laugh with art, and from art Does "to laugh with art, and from art" mean "to laugh at art and to make others laugh by means of art"? Context: To laugh with art, and from art, may be the highest complement that you can give to a comic-oriented artist
Oct 11, 2016 6:06 AM
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yes it does! So to laugh 'with' is a feeling of being with something thus supporting it. To laugh from [looking at/experiencing] art is also to have a good reaction. I would use compliment, not complement, but it's a nice sentence!!
October 11, 2016
yes, the best thing for a comic artist to see, is other people laughing at and enjoying their work :)
October 11, 2016
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