Which of the following is an assumption that supports drawing the conclusion above from the reasons given for that conclusion? A. Art critics generally have a different appraisal of a work of art than does the general public B. The meaning of any work of art is defined entirely by the ideas of the artist who created it. C. Beauty is a defining quality of art. D. All art movements of the latter half of the twentieth century are responses to the movements of the first half of the century. E. It is not possible for any work to be simultaneously beautiful and intellectually engaging.