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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. -

    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.

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    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.


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    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!

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    I hesitate to answer your question about the first recognized female artist for fear you'll just copy and paste.

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    Can I just know who she was then? I don't need any links..


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    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.

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    Try some of the links in the search for the first recognized female artist:


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