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What is the final step in critiquing a work of art? A. Analyze B. Describe C. Interpret D. Judge
D. Judge or evaluate is the final step in critiquing a work of art.
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How did Jackson Pollock represent the avant-garde movement? A. By choosing controversial subjects, often with much nudity B. By dripping and flinging paint onto the canvas C. By giving a caption that disagrees with the actual painting D. By using a single color and making it a structural element of the work
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Jackson Pollock represent the avant-garde movement by dripping and flinging paint onto the canvas.
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Which of the following were contributions by the Chinese civilization? (Choose all that apply.) A. Hinduism B. Paper C. Porcelain D. Woodblock Printing
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The following were contributions by Chinese civilization Paper and Porcelain.
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The work Object (Le Dejeuner en fourrure) by Meret Oppenheim depicts which of the following items? (Choose all that apply.) A. Cup B. Saucer C. Spoon D. Sugar dish
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The work Object (Le Dejeuner en fourrure) by Meret Oppenheim depicts the following items: Cup, Saucer and Spoon.
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Which of the following cultures used thousands of stones to construct the mountainous city of Machu Picchu? A. Aztec B. Inca C. Maya D. Olmec
Weegy: Machu Picchy belonged to the Inca. It is in Peru. (More)
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Tutankhamen is well known today primarily because of his unplundered tomb. True False
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TRUE. Tutankhamen is well known today primarily because of his unplundered tomb.
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