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What is the difference between fine art and architecture?

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Fine Art involves a variety of artistic mediums including painting, sculpture, decorative arts, furniture, devotional tools, tapestry, prints, drawings, clothing and cloth.

Architecture refers to the actual construction and design of buildings. Architecture and Fine Art do cross paths in several ways, for instance each feature a design and planning process. The "Gothic" genre can also refer to both an artistic and architectural style, which featured intricate statues, gargoyles, towering cathedrals and stained glass windows.
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What is the difference between a degree in bachelors in arts and a bachelors in fine arts?

Typically, a bachelors in arts means that a person has received a degree with a concentration in art but has also taken many other courses that fall under liberal studies (cou

What is the difference between art and fine art?

The difference is that art is when u draw and paint. Fine arts are dancing, acting, music (playing a instrument), or sculpting. The main difference is that Art is that fine ar

What is the difference between fine art and fine arts?

the term "fine art" would refer to an individual piece of art, while the term "fine arts" refers to a collective of categories such as painting,sculpture,architecture poetry a