3 the answer is c their works are murals mostly

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3. The answer is C . Their works are murals, mostly placed in large public buildings. While some of their works, logically, are found in museums, this is not stated in the article, and so A is incorrect. Answer B would contradict the information given in the article, that the works were not for private sale. Answer D is simply not stated in the article, and in fact is illogical since the works consisted of large murals in public places and were not likely to be lost or destroyed. 4 . The answer is A . The purpose of the murals was to glorify the revolution and the common man, and to highlight social problems and injustices. While the murals were painted after the revolution, they did not highlight that particular era but dealt with revolutionary and pre-Columbian themes. So, B is not correct. Given the focus of the artists on social issues and the common man, C is not a plausible answer, because it deals with achievements of science and industry. Answer D refers to the period between the world wars when the muralist movement began, but the murals themselves did not deal with themes of this era. 5. The answer is C , as pointed out at the end of the first paragraph of the passage. A is not correct because the artists did not merely copy ancient art forms, but gave them an additional dimension, as stated in the article. Since an important theme of the murals was pre-Columbian culture, it would be difficult to assert that the Aztec and Maya civilizations were no longer relevant, as stated in B . Also, since pre-Columbian culture was glorified in the murals, they did not represent a rejection of the values of that culture, as stated in D .
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