Task: In a 3-5 page typed paper, write a compare and contrast paper that discuss

Task:
In a 3-5 page typed paper, write a compare and contrast paper that discusses two of the following art movements listed below along with one specific artist that belongs to the movements you have chosen (2 art movements, 2 artists). You may select movements that you find interesting, inspiring or repulsive. You can choose art movements that you are familiar with, but it’s best if you choose ones that you don’t know anything about. Refer to the previous content page project as a glimpse into the various art movements that are in the visual art field. The pages created by yourself and your peers will help you narrow down which movements you would like to use for this project. The purpose of this paper assignment is for you to gain a more in depth knowledge of art movements, artists, and to learn about what the importance art movements have in the visual art field, and in society.
This project measures Course Objectives by assessing:
Apply art terminology as it specifically relates to works of art. (Critical Thinking)
Demonstrate knowledge of art elements and principles of design. (Critical Thinking, Communication)
Differentiate between the processes and materials used in the production of various works of art. (Critical Thinking, Communication)
Critically interpret and evaluate works of art. (Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility)

Movements- Choose Two from the List Below: Refer to Chapter 16-20 in the eTextbook- World of Art by Henry M. Sayre for a brief timeline of each art movement. Also refer to the Content Pages created by your classmates.
Early / High Renaissance Fauvism / Early Expressionism Surrealism
Mannerism German Expressionism Pop Art
Baroque Art Cubism Happenings / Performance Art
Rococo Art Futurism Minimalism
Romanticism Constructivism Environmental Art
Realism/Naturalism Abstract Expressionism Feminist Art
Impressionism / Post-Impressionism Dadaism Contemporary Art

Ideas you should incorporate into your paper but not limited to:
Describe the artworks concepts (ideas/intentions, subject matter of the movements)
Write about social/political issues pertaining to the work from the movements
Briefly mention time period in which the movement was associated with
(how does this time period play a part in the work)
Identify how the artists work evolved from early works to his/her later works
Discuss the factors which changed his/her style of painting, sculpture, printmaking, etc.
Investigate how did the work fit into the art movement in which it is classified
Discuss and criticize a particular piece of artwork from the artists selected,
(analyze the work briefly…I’m mean briefly using class terminology, discuss the subject of the artwork and explain how the artwork reflects the subject: subjective, objective, representational, abstract, minimal, etc.
(was the work well accepted or not? explain why/why not)
Describe, evaluate and critically discuss the artwork you are looking at in terms of the basic components of art (subject, form and content). How does the artwork achieve each component.
Describe, evaluate and critically discuss the artwork you are looking at in terms of basic elements of art. Be sure to include a minimum of 3 terms in your analysis of the artwork. (don’t just list the terms, use the terms to describe the artwork)
Describe, evaluate and critically discuss the artwork you are looking at in terms of the principles of design. Be sure to include a minimum of 3 terms in your analysis of the artwork. (don’t just list the terms, use the terms to describe the artwork)
Discuss the artist process and materials used in the creation of the artwork.
Explain why one artist would wish to show the same subject matter in a different way, how, when, etc.
Evaluate the artists career and his/her influences from other artists
**Be sure to include a thesis within your first paragraph and use it as the focus of your paper.
Include in the conclusion your personal opinion on the the art movements and artists you chose to discuss in the paper.
After the foundation/thesis is set move on to the analysis along with the comparison and contrasting material. It would be ideal to quickly outline the points you are going to discuss before tackling writing the research paper.

**You should get your instructor’s approval on your thesis before you can begin writing the paper (highly recommended)
Thesis examples: refer to Getting Started Module: Writing Protocol for Fine Art tab to help you with your thesis. Below are concepts of a thesis but not a correct format for a thesis sentence. Your goal is to find a concept for the two movements that you want to discuss and then formulate that idea into a complete sentence to include as your last sentence in your introduction paragraph. I highly recommend a focal point for the paper, a great example is (C+D) below discussing the political elements in each of those artists works and movements. (C) the focus is how Pop

Throughout this course we will be examining various art forms and learning to fo

Throughout this course we will be examining various art forms and learning to form our own analysis of different styles of art. As part of this course you will be required to complete a contextual art analysis essay based on the work of a female artist. The artwork you choose to analyze must be done by a professional artist (meaning a person who has work in museums, galleries, etc…not your friend who doodles in their notebook or your kid brother who drew something at school.) You may select a work of art from any period of time or region, but I recommend you select a work of art that has information available about it. For this assignment you may only analyze a painting, a drawing, or a sculpture.
What your analysis must include:
An introduction paragraph: literally introduce your topic here. What piece of art are you analyzing and who is it by? This is not the place to include source materials or analysis.
Body paragraphs containing a formal analysis of what is physically present in the work of art and a contextual analysis discussing the context of the piece.
A conclusion paragraph that wraps up your analysis
A works cited page including citations for the work of art you have examined and any other source materials you used to write your analysis. Sources must also be cited in text.
Essays must be formatted in MLA style (which includes 12 pt. Times New Roman font and have standard 1 inch margins.) Page length is 2-3, double spaced. Analysis sections must be typed in complete sentences (bullet points or partial sentences will not be accepted).
**You must select a work of art that is different from the two you will be analyzing in your research project.
The following will describe each assignment and offer guidelines for what to look for and discuss in your analysis
Art Analysis Essay Sculpture, Painting, or Drawing
Please use the following outlines as a guide for what to include in your written essay. You don’t need to include every point if it doesn’t apply, but be sure to write a full analysis. When you analyze your piece of art you want to be sure to include an analysis of the composition (how was it made? This includes the elements of art) AND an analysis of the context (what influenced the artist to make it? This includes social, political, and historical influencing factors)
Outline 1
Critical Analysis–Painting or Drawing
Title & Artist
What is the work called?
Who is it by?
Composition
What does the image show? Is the painting of an event? An object? A person?
What is the historical or social context of the subject matter?
What stands out about the image?
Is it realistic? Abstract?
What is the medium(s)?
What was the work composed on?
Were any special tools used?
What types of lines were used in the actual image (edges, outlines, ect..)?
What types of invisible lines are used in the piece?
What colors are used in the piece?
Do the colors fit into a specific color scheme?
Do any colors stand out? Why?
Does the artist use any technique to create specific shapes?
What shapes are evident in the piece?
Are there similarities in the shapes?
Is linear perspective used in the piece?
What elements does the artist use to create balance?
Does the image incorporate deep space? Does it stay on the surface?
What is the primary focal point of the piece?
Why is the eye drawn to this point?
What stands out about the focal point?
Context
What influenced the artist to create this piece?
What social or political influences does the piece portray, if any?
What was going on in the artist’s life during the time he or she created this piece?
[External influences]
Personal Opinion
Does the image cause a profound response or stimulation?
Does the image cause you to think more deeply?
Does the image invoke an emotional response?
Why or why not?
Outline
Critical Analysis–Sculpture
Title & Artist
What is the work called?
Who is it by?
Composition
What type of sculpture is it?
Is it fully three dimensional (sculpture in the round)?
Is it partially dimensional (relief sculpture)?
What effect does the use of dimension have on the sculpture?
What method did the artist use to create the sculpture?
What type of material was used?
What type of tool was used?
What is the texture of the sculpture?
What is the size of the sculpture?
Is the sculpture dense? Light and airy?
What type of mass does it create?
What type of line does the artist use?
Is it self contained?
Do the lines create any specific focal points?
How does the use of line impact the overall sculpture?
How does the artist use negative space?
What is the primary focal point of the piece?
Why is the eye drawn to this point?
What stands out about the focal point?
Context
What influenced the artist to create this piece?
What social or political influences does the piece portray, if any?
What was going on in the artist’s life during the time he or she created this piece?
[External influences]
Personal Opinion
Does the image cause a profound response or stimulation?
Does the image cause you to think more deeply?
Does the image invoke an emotional response?
Why or why not?

I would like to write about Titian, Venus and the Lute Player. May you not be so

I would like to write about Titian, Venus and the Lute Player. May you not be so articulate. I am not that great with vocabulary. I would also like to glorify the beauty of Venus as a Goddess and the power she held in this painting, as I am a female myself and love this work of art! I also included the words we use in class referred to as the art11 jumble. May you please cite the METs website if you reference anything from it. The website is located on the paper guidelines. Thank you very much in advance!

Please use simply vocabulary Virtual Museums Please read this article and page o

Please use simply vocabulary
Virtual Museums
Please read this article and page on virtual museums around the world, and choose one to visit. They are actually really fun! The British Museum has an awesome timeline that compares works from different places around the world. The Musee d’Orsay has a virtual tour. You can “walk” through the halls. I checked out some great pieces by Cezanne and Manet while I visited. Grab a cup of tea and tour these spaces from the comfort of your own home!
Travel and Leisure Article on Virtual Museums (Links to an external site.)
More resources for museums and online collections (Links to an external site.)
Please let me know if you have any questions!

Link – https://www.georgiastandards.org/standards Class Recording: https://cauon

Link – https://www.georgiastandards.org/standards Class Recording: https://cauonline.zoom.us/rec/share/BGuElhc9_K2uAzG7o8v0ow8Gyne5rovKB1YCMzn85Mnl8NIqQq391YT8wxkPn57o.u1UHLbCagz9OIT1E?startTime=1614704279000 Please watch the class recording to help understand this assignment. Directions: 1. You will be creating an activity for students to do for your Midterm, which you all will do in class next week. The first thing to do is come up with your idea for the activity. 2. You will create the activity based on one of these standards on the website below. You can choose any standard from grades K-6th, and ONLY from these subjects: Math, English, Social Studies, and Science. The activity should be 5 to 7 minutes with an explanation and all. 3. After you choose the standard, please come up with a creative activity that you can do. Remember this is something you will actually do with your classmates on Zoom, so make sure it’s something that is feasible for everyone to participate in. Here’s an example of what I want to be typed: (Please do not use this. Come up with your own activity. Also, this might not even be a real standard.) Standard: 3rd Grade Solar System (Learning about the planets) Activity Explanation: We will use play-doh to create and learn about each planet. (But you will give a more detailed description of it). Needed Materials: We would need play-doh, etc. How I will do this on Zoom with my classmates- I will ask everyone to use balled-up paper like the planets and we will do the activity that way. Please type up your idea based on the example I gave you above.