compare arts

Accurate information on the art work, including artist’s name and title (25%)Clear and thoughtful responses to the questions (25%)Demonstrating an understand of the art works in term of materials (what they are made of) and historical context (why they are historically significant) (25%)Fulfilling all the requirements, such as length, due date and proper format (25%)Accurate information on the art work, including artist’s name and title
(25%)
Clear and thoughtful responses to the questions (25%)
Demonstrating an understand of the art works in term of materials
(what they are made of) and historical context (why they are
historically significant) (25%)
Fulfilling all the requirements, such as length, due date and proper
format (25%)
Extra credit will be given for proper use of vocabulary terms in your
responses.
You can use any resource for this assignment: Smarthistory, Blackboard
materials, Wikipedia, museum websites, etc. Just be sure that the
information is accurate and in your own words (i.e. only
paraphrasing; no copying, pasting or plagiarism).
Question 1: How are these two artists similar in terms of style? What events were occurring in
history at the times when these two works were made? What was the purpose of these works,
why were they made?
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Question 2: What two styles of art are represented by these works? How were they made (in
terms of techniques and materials)? How are these two works different or similar in terms of
sty;e, color and composition?
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Question 3: Write a little something about the historical time periods and cultures from which
these two works come from. How are these two paintings different in terms of style? What is the
medium of these paintings and how are they being used in a similar way? Do both of these
works communicate something with symbolism, or allegory? How do they do that?
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