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Actividad 11: Adapted from Historia Universal del Arte, El Siglo XX, Vol. IX, Editorial Planeta, 1987.
Actividad 10: Courtesy of M. I. Villarino; and Laburo de Negros from the series Opous Nigrum, Edgar de Santo, La Plata, Argentina, 1998;
Actividad 11: Anthony d’Offay Gallery, London;
Actividad 12: Water jug with two spouts, © F.J. Camarasa/Godo Foto; Religious sculpture, Massimo Borchi/ Atlantique;
Actividad 14: © Jose Luis Dorado/Godo Foto;
Actividad 20: Hulton Getty
Actividad 21: Ernesto Moneavaro
by Jim Kavanagh
Adapted from Massimo Borchi/ Atlantique
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