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Art kinds of art

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Abstract art is a representation of something in a unrealistic way. It often makes no clear link to the true subject and is an interpretation of the artist. *
Make sure your work is original and you haven't copied anyone. *
Derivative art is work based on another painters work. *
The picture was distorted. *
Emotive language provokes an emotional reaction from the audience. *
He exaggerate his brush strokes. *
He put his street art on the exterior of the building. *
An original is always beter than a fake. *
Fantasy is a genre of book where unreal worlds are created. *
Figurative art is often defined in contrast to abstract art. *
His work was impressionistic. *

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