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__________ was an art design movement between 1920 and 1939. This modern and sophisticated style was seen in art, furniture, sculpture, jewelry, and architecture. The Chrysler Building exemplified this movement. A. Pop art B. Art deco C. Modernism D. Surrealism
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Art deco was an art design movement between 1920 and 1939. This modern and sophisticated style was seen in art, furniture, sculpture, jewelry, and architecture. The Chrysler Building exemplified this movement.
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Art deco was an art design movement between 1920 and 1939. This modern and sophisticated style was seen in art, furniture, sculpture, jewelry, and architecture. The Chrysler Building exemplified this movement.
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