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a collector enjoys artwork that includes realistic images of geographic feautres such as rivers, mountain , and plains. Which topic is he most likely to build his collection around?
A) land and animal art
B) map art
C) architectural designs
D) landscape art

my answer is D but im not sure. can someone help please?

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    I agree.

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    Thank You Ms. Sue. so would D be the answer?

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    You're welcome.
    Yes, D.

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    Thank You!

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    Thank you JAZZZZMIN :D 100%

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    Thanks JAZZZZMIN!

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