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A too-often forgotten feature of Irish colonial history, Said reminds us, is the extent to which "a whole tradition of British and European thought has considered the Irish to be a separate and inferior race, usually unregenerately barbarian, often delinquent and primitive" (1993, 236).
Its supporters, however, have treated the visual arts as a polarizing issue to contrast the enlightened with the benighted: the former must reject the past and the latter's enthusiasm for Rembrandt, Beethoven and Dostoevsky marks them as unregenerately behind the times.
Pollock and de Kooning, the acknowledged leaders, were unregenerately figurative, and human meaning kept insinuating itself into their masterpieces as into their casual work.