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___ created the Oxbow (View from Mount Holyoke). He ___ to America and painted the New England country-side with the loop of the _____ River. He gives the audience a role to play: We ___ him, climbed higher, and see ___ looking at us. The picture is a ___ record of what he saw.
Thomas Cole, immigrated, Connecticut, accompy, Cole, faithful
___ painted White Clouds over Xiao and Xiang. It protrays a(an) ____ landscape. The view point is in ____ and can be 'seen' if one is ___.
Wang Jian, imagined, midair, mobile (like a bird)
___ is the most important and honored subject in Chinese paitings.
landscape
Nature is a ___ and ___ for art.
subject, material
The famed stone and gravel __ of the Buddhist Temple of ___- in Kyoto was created in the __ century.
garden, Ryoan-ji, 15th
___ created the Spiral Jetty in 1970 located in the _ _ _, Utah. It was based on the idea that artists could ___ the landscape. It ___ even though it was 'completed'. It is mostly known through ___, taken by the artist - which shows his work interacting with ___, emph. ___ and ___ feflected in the natural world.
Robert Smithson, Great Salt Lake, shape, changes, photos, sunlight, mood, character