In the Transposition, when CS Lewis talks of the negations of what will be in heaven in their temporal form, when he said 'art' did he mean art as in 'painting' or books, music, sculpture, etc.
...Hence our notion of Heaven involves perpetual negations: no food, no drink, no sex, no movement, no mirth, no events, no time, no art. Against all these, to be sure, we set one positive: the vision and enjoyment of God. And since this is an infinite good...
It's a lovely bit of writing. I am astonished it is not one of his most quoted and cherished works. All his most famous are great but this hidden, secret beauty seems to make the boldest, most thrilling claims about Heaven.
This question is relevant to some research I'm doing.