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HOw did different sculpture movements, reflect the development of sculpture inthe 20th century

  1. lashawna

    please help, I do know movement with ism has something to do with great depression and open a door for other artist

  2. Writeacher

    Read widely and take good notes.

  3. lashawna

    Thank you, this site really help me understand more. Thanks

  4. Writeacher

    You're very welcome. You should have found information for your other question in these search results, too.

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