movement in painting in which the edges of shapes are crisp and precise rather then blurred is called?
Movement in painting in which the edges of shapes are crisp and precise rather then blurred is called hard-edge.
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Movement in painting in which the edges of shapes are crisp and precise rather then blurred is called hard-edge.

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