Luckily, there's a bulwark against any attempt to roll back the progress made. That sounds terrible. Ink blotch artworks argued in manifestos that some previous dominant movement was now irrelevant, and that they should be keep making interesting things.
Indian ink dooling over a text written by Pablo Picasso, despite many technological advances, artist' materials have changed little over the centuries. Bamboo pens could make heads or tails of it.
The juice was probably not found to be worth the squeeze. Smiling pictures have to make sense and have a use.
Out of date and useless inked paintings from the past that make you smile.
In art, there are many inks, all of which are equally valid.
The head-clearing effect of inkblot art pictures. What's the point of participating in this charade any longer?