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24 February, 13:30

Who believed the masks he painted were magical and were mediators between humans and evil?

a. kirchner

b. marc

c. kandinsky

d. picasso?

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  1. 24 February, 15:12
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    On Gardner's Art through the Ages: The Western Perspective, Volume 2, it was written that Picasso has a different perspective in understanding art. He believes that the masks are not ordinary but contains magic that becomes a medium between human and the forces of evil. In the book, it stated that he wanted to capture this power as he tried to express it on his paintings.

    Picasso was inspired by primitive art as well as African and Iberian culture. During his time, art works look strange and unique and were based on the colonizer's findings on their conquered lands.
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