art need help

posted by all about me

1. This is the study of beauty and art. (1 point)ethics
harmony
unity
aesthetics

2. This view refers to how realistic the subject is in a work of art. (1 point)object view
critical view
subject view
photographic view

3. This view refers to how clearly an idea or message is expressed. (1 point)context view
content view
object view
message view

4. This view refers to how the elements of art are presented in an artwork. (1 point)content view
subject view
composition view
elemental view

  1. all about me

    now i do hnot have a book on art in i tried to look them up but cant find them i think 1. is aesthetics
    in number 2. is subject view not sure help plss

  2. Ms. Sue

    How can you be taking a course without a book? What are you supposed to use for reference?

  3. all about me

    its really hard to use a online book they didn't give me regular book for this i have to use a diffucult online book

  4. Ms. Sue

    If you find it too difficult to use an online book, you shouldn't be taking an online class.

  5. all about me

    its not a choice i have to do this

  6. Jman

    Hey you are in connections. I know the online book is hard to use. All i did was google it when i had that qiuz.

  7. Destiny

    The answer to 3 is content view and 4 is composition view. :) You must be in Connections Academy then :D LOL I guessed on all of them and got 'em all right :)

  8. Grace

    Yeah! Connections Academy Questions!!! I need em all!!! Halp!!! The text book is poop on my Mac.

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