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 Although created for different purposes, Barbara Hepworth's "Two Figures" and the African "Feast-making Spoon" are positive forms that employ _____ space. all three answers are correct (actual, positive, negative) A photograph, or a picture drawn in perspective, employs a single point of view that can be described as _____ ______. monocular vision The instant we draw a shape on a piece of paper, we also create _____. all three answers are correct (space, a figure-ground relationship, negative space around it) Two-dimensional space is _____ possessing only height and width. flat A drawing of a cube that has all defining lines of depth and width converging to left and right points in the horizon is called _____ perspective. two-point In axonometric projection, all lines indicating height, width, and depth _____ _____. remain parallel When the vanishing point in a one-point perspective drawing is to one side of the viewer's vantage point, the recession is said to be _____. diagonal Ruben's "Kermis," was created using _____. diagonal recession of space Matisse almost completely eliminates any sense of _____ in his painting "Harmony in Red (The Red Room)." three-dimensionality