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Unformatted text preview: types of art that reflect three-dimension are sculpture and architecture. 3. Printmaking is a unique medium because it has so many forms. A printmaker can engage in wood cutting, etching, lithography, dry pointing, and engraving. All of these techniques are used to produce diverse and successful printmaking. Sometimes when artist make multiple prints their matrix begins to erase. I believe they do this because it makes a unique look and serves a purpose in which they are trying to portray. 4. Michelangelo’s David is brilliant. Yet, I do not believe it would have the same effect today as it did in the 16 th century. David had an enormous impact in the Renaissance era because of it curve and body perfection. That specific art style is not in great demand during our present era....
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- Spring '08
- renaissance, 16th century, two-dimensional art, Courtney Englebert