Appreciation of art correlates greatly with intellectual and social standings. Those who consider themselves to be intellectually above average are often showing a peculiar interest in visiting art establishments while there are not active. A protective mechanism from the prying eyes that often frequent art grounds. As such, a visit to a museum by the lesser educated is often an intriguing experience bound to be repeated and appreciated. On the contrary, a visit by an intellectual is often awkward and unappreciated. They are often preoccupied by decorum and appropriate mannerism that they save little time and effort for enjoyment of the artifacts. The need for constant knowledge and fear of looking uninformed leaves most intellectuals less satisfied ( Bourdieu, darbel, & Dominique, 1991).
Art is can or can not be just fully appreciated all in equal terms, times and measures but in the whole, it receives considerable respect to those of which it remains cherished. The Sociological publication by Bourdieu, darbel, and Dominique 1991 considers the prospects of education and social ranking on the behavior of community members. Art and its appreciation however remains lesser explored throughout the