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  1. 3. co-founder of the Cubist movement, author of the Guernica(Name)
  2. 6. an implement consisting of bristles, hair, or the like, set in or attached to a handle, used for painting, cleaning, polishing, grooming, etc.(noun)
  3. 11. abounding in color (adjective)
  4. 12. (morir) Some artist weren't famous at all untill they________ (phrasal verb)
  5. 13. (secar)Beafore a painting can be moved, it needs to ___________ (phrasal verb)
  6. 15. interested in, concerned with, or based on what is real or practical (adjective)
  7. 17. art museum located in Midtown Manhattan in New York City,the most influential museum of modern art in the world (name)
  8. 18. to form or plan according to a model (verb)
  9. 19. a stand or frame for supporting or displaying at an angle an artist's canvas, a blackboard, a china plate, etc (noun)
  10. 20. is an iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris, by Gustave Eiffel (Name)
  11. 24. to coat, cover, or decorate (something) with paint
  1. 1. a piece of this or similar material on which a painting is made (noun)
  2. 2. (imitar) It is illegal to ________ another's artist creation. (phrasal verb)
  3. 4. promoting or inducing cheer; pleasant; bright(adjective)
  4. 5. pertaining to the nonrepresentational art (adjective)
  5. 7. carve or model a sculpture (verb)
  6. 8. an inspiring or animating action or influence(noun)
  7. 9. to furnish or adorn with something ornamental or becoming; embellish (verb)
  8. 10. (componer rápida y fácilmente) the cration process of some artists is to see an image in their head and then they can __________________ (phrasal verb)
  9. 14. a room, series of rooms, or building devoted to the exhibition and often the sale of works of art (noun)
  10. 16. that soothes (adjectives)
  11. 21. (vivir de algo)Everyone knows it is very difficult to ________ art.
  12. 22. out (borrar) It is very difficult to _______ when the artist makes a miskate in their painting. (phrasal verb)
  13. 23. to move one's feet or body, or both, rhythmically in a pattern of steps, especially to the accompaniment of music (verb)