Student or Learner
Does this "tile" mean just a square shape or actual clay hard material?
21)Close's career was going well up until 1988 [when/which]1) he suddenly [paralyzed/became paralyzed]2) from the neck down. It was particularly horrible for Close as a painter. With limited use of his hands and fingers, his career [could easily be/could have easily been]3) over. But he wasn't ready to put down his painting tools yet. After years of hard work and physical therapy, he was able to once again walk and move his arms to some degree. [Wishing/Wished]4) to continue with portraits [doing/done]5) on the large scale that he [was used to/used to]6), he found a new way of painting. He now uses a mosaic-based, gridded and colorful style. He replaced the minute detail of his earlier paintings with a grid of tiles painted with colorful circular or oval shapes.
By the translation written in the material. My first feeling was "physical material", but the translation confused me.
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