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How does a landscape artist make an object in the foreground appear closer than an object in the background?

**A. by making the object in the foreround larger in comparison to the background objects

B. by making the object in the foreground less detailed in comparison to bakcground objects

C. by making the object in the foreground less colorful in comparison to background objects

D. by making the object in the foreground smaller in comparison to background objects

Is this correct?

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  1. Yes, correct.

  2. Thank you! @Writeacher

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