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The term "Rubenesque" is used to describe
The term "Rubenesque" is used to describe: plump figures, especially women.
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The mood and style of Georges de La Tour's paintings is best described as
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Jacques-Louis David was an extremely influential artist in his time because he was
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Art produced during the time when the Catholic Church reformed and revitalized in opposition to the Protestant Reformation is called
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Art produced during the time the Catholic Church reformed and revitalized in opposition to the Protestant Reformation is called: baroque.
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The spread of humanistic ideals and art through the Netherlands, Germany, Flanders, and France is called the
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Virtual realism lost much of its appeal due to
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Virtual and abstract realism are both concerned with true-to-life representation.
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