posted by mysterychicken on .
This is the answer I got for #26 (The last question I posted):
The Counter-Reformation was an effort by the Catholic Church to lure people back and to regain its former power. Art played a major role in this movement to encourage people to return to the Church. A style emerged that had dramatic flair and dynamic movement. It was Baroque art, a style characterized by movement, vivid contrast, and emotional intensity. So basically the Counter-Reformation brought the Baroque style.
Now I need help with this one--
27. Name the first established female artist and tell at what point she became recognized.
Do. Not. Plagiarize.
If you are not clear on what plagiarism is and how NOT to plagiarize from a source, read through this entire webpage from Capital Community College in Connecticut:
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All of it. Including the examples.
My teacher said we're allowed to take information from the book, as long as we cite in the end, which I did. I just didn't post it on here.
That may be o.k. with your teacher, but it's a terrible educational practice. Copying information from a source is acceptable for someone who is just learning English. It's not acceptable for anyone else.
M.C., you have the ability to take the information from both sites I posted and write it in your own words. Please do not shortchange yourself and your education!
I hesitate to answer your question about the first recognized female artist for fear you'll just copy and paste.
Can I just know who she was then? I don't need any links..
Your question is much too broad. What kind of artist? Recognized by whom? I found a reference to a Helena of Egypt in ancient times, but found no more information.
There are also references to various female painters in other times in history.
Try some of the links in the search for the first recognized female artist: