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Which options most accurately describe humanist artistic innovations during the Renaissance?
(Select all that apply.)

the architectural style of medieval times was called Romanesque, while the renaissance rived Greco-roman ideals

renaissance artists formulated accurate proportions and perspective, making their creations more lifelike

artist of renaissance strictly avoided the representation of god, since he must be worshiped directly and not through idols

medieval art was primitive and cartoonish, while renaissance art reflected a focus on realism

i think its a and b

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    Yes, a and b.

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