As regards the time of contemplation, the author argues that the notion of measuring stops before each object enables an individual to have quick idea of and to assess various interests and curiosities in the field of museology as well as experimental psychology. The author’s opinion is that the nature of art makes it complicated enough for describers, philosophers and theoreticians, to have harmonious arguments or thoughts. The possibility of an art to be judged artistic lies in its internal intensity.
The article utilizes tableaus to demonstrate the effect on museum visitors’ receptions. This creates a practical scenario, which ensures easy understanding of the discussion. In measuring visitors flow in a museum, the author argues that the most essential consideration is tableaus’ differentiated stopping power given as spectacle. The analysis entirely relies on the idea of a museum and not visitors’ opinion on pleasure derived from a particular painting. Further, the article argues that the sociology of museum visit ignores cultural variations assuming linear treatment. The time taken by visitors to view paintings is the most effective indicators of psychological as well as symbolic cost to the