(A) the graceful curves of a tree
Art is a distinct range of human activities in creating visual, auditory or performing artefacts (artworks), revealing the author’s creative, conceptual idea, or technical skill, designed to be appreciated for their elegance or emotional power. The option A represents something produced by nature rather than humanly efforts.
2. (C) for spiritual, historical, or moral reasons, or for beauty or propaganda purposes
One area of the human activity that appears not to have similarities out in nature is the arts. It is hard to consider a pigeon Picasso or a baboon Botticelli. Indeed, just a few animal species have even the faintest hints of the beginning of culture. Without culture, there certainly can’t be art, as we know it, because art cannot survive separate from culture. Art reflects culture, spreads culture, forms culture, and remarks on culture. There is just no way that animals can possibly encounter art as we do.
3. (D) Because the society that created them did not yet possess written language.
Prehistoric characters often interpreted their world- and possibly their faiths through visual images. Art developed with the occurrence and dispersion of fully contemporary people through Africa, Europe, Asia, Australasia, and the Americas. Paintings, sculptures, engravings, and, later, pottery exhibit not only a search for beauty but also complex social systems and spiritual concepts.
4. (A) Divine Beings
In religion, divinity or Godhead is the nature of objects that are considered to originate from a supernatural influence or deity, such as a god, supreme being, creator deity, or spirits, and are consequently considered as pure and holy.
5. (B) evidence of early shamanism
Related carvings to those discovered in Hohle Fels cave were found in 1939 elsewhere in Germany. Ever after the discovery last century, researchers have considered the reason for their invention. Some believe the figures were simply made out of regard for the natural world. Others consider that these sculptures are proof of early Shamanism.