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Which of the following sentences correctly uses the term “gleaning”? a. Gleaning was used as a punishment for peasants. b. Gleaning was used to create warm winter clothes. c. Gleaning was a form of relief offered to the rural poor. d. Gleaning was used by beggars on Parisian streetcars.
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Gleaning was a form of relief offered to the rural poor.-correctly uses the term “gleaning”.

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What is Analytic Cubism? a. a style that attempted to systematically fracture and rearrange the elements of an image b. a style that took apart pieces of an image, and pieced them back together in a three-dimensional piece c. a style that used mathematics
Weegy: Analytical cubism refers to the early phase of cubism. Cubism is an early 20th Century style and movement in art especially in painting in which perspective with a single viewpoint was abandoned. Simple geometric shapes were instead used. [ ] (More)
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Analytic Cubism is b. a style that took apart pieces of an image, and pieced them back together in a three-dimensional piece.
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The Phoenicians founded the colony of __________ in order to make trade easier with other countries. a. Babylon c. Tyre b. Carthage d. Sicily
Weegy: The Phoenicians founded the colony of - b. CARTHAGE - in order to make trade easier with other countries. (More)
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What are Earthworks? a. artistic pieces that involve materials from nature b. artistic pieces that involve preserving an area in danger c. artistic pieces that involve raw materials found at the site of the piece d. natural artistic pieces formed without human influence
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Earthworks are: artistic pieces that involve materials from nature.
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Who is considered the founder of the French Rococo style of painting? a. Jean-Antoine Watteau b. Jean-Honore Fragonard c. Johann Balthasar Neumann d. Jean-Luc Kaisersaal
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A. Jean-Antoine Watteau is considered the founder of the French Rococo style of painting.

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