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How did Greek art reflect the idea of an ideal form? A. through monumental and distorted forms in sculpture B. through symmetry and graceful geometry in architecture C. through imbalance and complex geometry in architecture D. through unfinished and dreamlike forms in sculpture

I believe the answer is: B. through symmetry and graceful geometry in architecture

This perception of ideal form could be seen on how the greek artists made their human sculptures. The sculptures would always depict humans in an extremely fit, chiseled, and ideal body forms.  The incredible symmetrical form could also be seen in how the greek artists design their communal building such as town hall or Altar.

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