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Which of the following artists is credited with inventing Cubism? A. Paul Cézanne B. Pablo Picasso C. Henri Matisse D. Vincent van Gogh
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User: Which of the following artists is credited with inventing Cubism? A. Paul Cézanne B. Pablo Picasso C. Henri Matisse D. Vincent van Gogh

Weegy: Pablo Picasso credited with inventing Cubism.

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User: Paul Gauguin left Paris and moved to _______ to paint. A. England B. Japan C. Tahiti D. America

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