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Q: Catholic artists were encouraged to create religious art, while Protestant artists focused on secular subjects. Who commissioned Protestant artists? A. the middle classB. the ChurchC. the wealthy
A: B. the Church
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User: Catholic artists were encouraged to create religious art, while Protestant artists focused on secular subjects. Who commissioned Protestant artists? A. the middle classB. the ChurchC. the wealthy

Weegy: B. the Church
ivyleaf|Points 685|

User: Baroque art emerged in the late sixteenth century. How did this artistic style differ from that of Reformation art?

Weegy: The Reformed Church rejected the luxury and ritual of the Papacy and considered the making of religious pictures and sculptures to be idolatrous, [ so that in the non-Catholic countries Church patronage almost ceased and most artists turned to new secular subjects. Art in the Catholic countries, after the Reformation, took on a strong emotional and anti-intellectual character. In the Reformed countries, by contrast, a very different art emerged which expressed the practical theology and realism of Protestanism. ]
khalilahmed88|Points 225|

User: Which of David's paintings conveyed a call to revolutionary action?

User: In printmaking, what term is used for the object on which the artist creates a design?

User: Which statement about printing is false?

User: Which statement about printing is false? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. It helped revive interest in classical Roman and Greek art. B. It made books accessible to people and motivated them to get an education. C. It increased the value of original works of art.

Weegy: C. It increased the value of original works of art.
koaley|Points 6262|

User: Which statement describes the revolution that the invention of the printing press brought to visual culture? Select one of the options below as your answer: A. It made art more accessible to middle and lower classes. B. It made printing techniques such as etching possible. C. It made the creation of art a mechanical process rather than a human one.

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