What is kinesthetic art? What is impasto? What group of artists created dream-like paintings? When you re at an art museum, you see many different kinds of paintings. We know that some pictures of important people were painted so we remember what they looked like. But why were other paintings made? Why are some paintings so realistic and others are so strange and hard to figure out? Why does perspective matter so much? Find out about some of the many different kinds of paintings and what the artists might have been trying to show us."
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