Art

which of the following statements is not true A. the pears occupy the positive space in the image B. recognizing the negative and positive spaces could have made it easier for the artist to paint the pears. C. The negative space is difficult to recognize and is unhelpful to painting the object. D. The negative space of this image is the area surrounding the pears

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  1. We can't see the image.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. it is a pear on a table surrounded by 2 other pears

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  3. Artist's name?

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    Writeacher
  4. Paul Cezanne

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  5. Which one?
    https://www.google.com/search?q=cezanne+pears

    Also, how is your text defining "negative space"?

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    Writeacher
  6. Negative space is area around the subjects, or areas of interest.

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  7. It is the second one that shows on your site Writeacher. The negative space is the area surrounding the main object. So that means the positive space that is being surrounded are the three pears. The negative space is pretty hard to recognize and it is not very helpful in the painting. Therefore, the correct answer would be C.

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  8. 1.C
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    3.D
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    Trust me

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  9. you can trust me is correct i got 100% thank you

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  10. thx 4 the answers

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  11. thx guys I got 100%😊🏆

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  12. Thanks Tempest!!!

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  13. Thanks You can trust me I had the right answers just wanted to check them

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  14. @Tempest, thanks!!! 100% in the house!!!!!

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  15. TYSM guys, I love art but sometimes I just don't feel like anything

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  16. Thanks you can trust me i got 100%
    how are people so nice to let us have these test answers??

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  17. You can trust me is right! thx I just got 100/100.

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