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Installation art is A. one-dimensional. B. two-dimensional. C. three-dimensional. D. none of the above.
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User: _____________ is the artist who painted the Mona Lisa.

User: ___________ was a painter, interior decorator and designer of stained glass windows, lamps, jewelry, enamels, glass mosaics, blown glass, ceramics, and metalwork.

User: Installation art is A. one-dimensional. B. two-dimensional. C. three-dimensional. D. none of the above.

Weegy: Installation art is C. three-dimensional.
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User: If an object is created with a focus on the geometric form in a realistic manner, it is called A. bluism. B. precisionism. C. visualism. D. straightism.

Weegy: If an object is created with a focus on the geometric form in a realistic manner, it is called: B. precisionism.
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User: Modern architecture was A. more engraving. B. less ornamental. C. more decorative. D. less enhancing.

Weegy: C. more decorative.
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User: Hard-Edge paintings are A. metallic. B. neon. C. black. D. geometric.

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User: Emil Nolde was a(n) A. Italian Expressionist painter. B. German Expressionist painter. C. German Impressionist painter. D. French Impressionist painter.

User: Picasso had the following period: A. Brown Period. B. Japanese Period. C. Linear Period. D. none of the above.





Weegy: Picasso had D. none of the above period.
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User: Art that is based on dream-like images is called A. Surrealist art. B. Expressionist art. C. Impressionist art. D. Modern art.

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Art that is based on dream-like images is called Surrealist art.
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