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Arts, 22.06.2019 21:00 soleil26

Do you think sending a portrait would carry the same weight in today's society? do you think if the president sent his picture to an ally of the united states, it would reaffirm any relationship? how is it different today? how has society changed its perception of authority?

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Answer from: Savageboyn
No sending a portrait in todays world would not mean the same thing. no i don't think that if the president sent his portrait it would reaffirm a relationship. todays perception of authority is anyone who can make a person do something out of force so sending a picture does not come out as authority it comes out as weak and unknowing.
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Answer from: lovely222
No, i don't believe that a portrait has the same weight as it did a long time ago. i don't believe if the president were to send a portrait of himself to an ally it would reaffirm a relationship. portraits have lost a lot of there meaning now and it is quite sad. in today's society if you want to create or strength a relationship you wouldn't send them a portrait you would send them money or other gifts of value. in today's society authority would be based on power that the person has. most powerful people try and keep them selfs from looking weak so others won't doubt them, so if a man of authority were to send someone a portrait to reaffirm a relationship i believe it would make them look weak. those with authority use there power telling others what they are to do.
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Answer from: tjiaxin8082

A painted portrait would be an important thing because they are official and take real artists to paint and if it was a painted portrait it would mean that there's seriousness and a desire to work together. Portraits are maybe even more so important today because they are not a mainstream thing and are made only when we want to impress someone since they take time and will.

Sending a picture would not be the same as sending a portrait because a picture is just taken with a camera and there's no soul to it. If a picture is a painted one then it can reaffirm, especially if both states people are in it. If it's just a photograph then there wouldn't be much to it.

Things today are different because there's photographs everywhere and seeing pictures has lost its meaning since they are so abundant and found everywhere. All newspapers have pictures and just sending the same picture as everyone has would not mean much since it's easily obtainable. 

Perception of authority has changed over the years because the people trust their governments less and less as years go by. Before world war two, governments were trusted and presidents were believed to work for the good of the country. Nowadays, everyone is looking out for things that might bring the downfall of governments since it has been shown that governments often do bad things to say in power.

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Answer from: liltinyhead

Answer and Explanation:

Greetings!

Let's~answer~your~question!

Well ~yes~ actually, ~sending ~the ~portrait~ might~ have~ same ~weight~ in\\ ~today's ~society.

However, ~the ~reaffirmation~ of~ any~ relationship ~is~ not~ guaranteed~ if\\ the~ president~ sent~ his~ picture~ to ~an ~ally~ of~ the~ United~ States.

Although,~nowadays,~ the~ society ~is~ doubtful~ regarding~ the~ intentions~ of\\the~ government.

But,~earlier~at~times, ~it~ was~ not~a~scenario.~

Hope~this~helps!~Have~a~blessed~day~ahead!

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Answer from: kam3864

no

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anyone can send a portrait pretending to be that person

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Answer from: ziggyrules2002
It would. A painted portrait would be an important thing because they are official and take real artists to paint and if it was a painted portrait it would mean that there's seriousness and a desire to work together. Portraits are maybe even more so important today because they are not a mainstream thing and are made only when we want to impress someone since they take time and will.

Sending a picture would not be the same as sending a portrait because a picture is just taken with a camera and there's no soul to it. If a picture is a painted one then it can reaffirm, especially if both states people are in it. If it's just a photograph then there wouldn't be much to it.

Things today are different because there's photographs everywhere and seeing pictures has lost its meaning since they are so abundant and found everywhere. All newspapers have pictures and just sending the same picture as everyone has would not mean much since it's easily obtainable. 

Perception of authority has changed over the years because the people trust their governments less and less as years go by. Before world war two, governments were trusted and presidents were believed to work for the good of the country. Nowadays, everyone is looking out for things that might bring the downfall of governments since it has been shown that governments often do bad things to say in power.
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Answer from: Talos02
It would. A painted portrait would be an important thing because they are official and take real artists to paint and if it was a painted portrait it would mean that there's seriousness and a desire to work together. Portraits are maybe even more so important today because they are not a mainstream thing and are made only when we want to impress someone since they take time and will.

Sending a picture would not be the same as sending a portrait because a picture is just taken with a camera and there's no soul to it. If a picture is a painted one then it can reaffirm, especially if both states people are in it. If it's just a photograph then there wouldn't be much to it.

Things today are different because there's photographs everywhere and seeing pictures has lost its meaning since they are so abundant and found everywhere. All newspapers have pictures and just sending the same picture as everyone has would not mean much since it's easily obtainable.

Perception of authority has changed over the years because the people trust their governments less and less as years go by. Before world war two, governments were trusted and presidents were believed to work for the good of the country. Nowadays, everyone is looking out for things that might bring the downfall of governments since it has been shown that governments often do bad things to say in power.
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Answer from: sindy35111
No, because art has changed greatly throughout the years of time. Portraits now a days have less symbolism represented whereas art dated back carries a traditional feel. I think if the president was to send a picture it would cause an uproar due to the fact of his political views though some may enjoy the gesture. Authority now is depicted as having power over one rather than coming together to make change.

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