UMUC ARTH372 Project 1 Part 2 Latest 2020 February

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ARTH372 History Of Western Art

Project 1 Part 2

Project One: Part 2: Analysis/Research Paper due Week 4:

Select one work of art from course related material that you would like to analyze and research. You will be spending significant time with this work of art so make sure that you have a lot to say about it and, that you will be able to find reliable and academic research for your selection. The date of your selected work of art must fall between the Ancient Near East period (c. 4,000 BCE) to the Proto/Pre-Renaissance (14th century). Note: Architecture will not be an appropriate topic for this type of paper.

Here are a few Possible Paper Topics:

Nike of Samothrace c. 190 BCE

Ara Pacis, 13-9 BCE

Arch of Constantine, c. 315 AD

Virgin and Child with Saints and Angels, icon, Monastery of Saint Catherine. Mount Sinai, Egypt. Second half of 6th century.

Giotto di Bondone. Lamentation. Arena Chapel. Padua. c.1305.

Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Allegory of Good Government frescoes. Palazzo Pubblico. Siena, Italy. c. 1338-40.

Statue of Gudea, 2090 BCE-Neo Sumerian

Law Code Stele of King Hammurabi, 1792-1750 BCE-Babylonian

Palette of Narmer, 3100-3000 BCE—Old Kingdom

Mycerinus and His Queen, 2532 BCE—Old Kingdom

Ahkenaten, Neferititi and Their Children, 1353-1336—Middle Kingdom, Amarna Period

Exekias.  Ajax and Achilles playing Draughts, 530 BCE- Archaic Greece

Polykleitos, Spear Bearer, 450-440 BCE-Early Classical Greek

Dying Gaul, 230 BCE-Hellenistic Greek

Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, 176 AD—Ancient Rome

Emperor Justinian and His Attendants, 526 AD—Byzantine

Christ in Majesty from the South Portal of the Church of Saint Pierre, Moissac, c. 1115-30—Romanesque

Annunciation and Visitation, jamb figures from Reims Cathedral, 1230-1255—Gothic

Cimabue, Madonna and Child, 1280—Proto-Renaissance

Duccio, The Betrayal of Christ, 1308-11, back of the Maesta altarpiece—Proto-Renaissance

Requirements for Analysis/Research Paper Due Week 4:

Your 4-5 page paper will concentrate on your selected work of art/architecture and consist of both visual analysis and research. In addition to a subject description and thorough visual analysis you will provide social context and you may choose to include a brief comparison. Organize your paper in the following manner and include the bold headings below:

Introduction: Introduce the work of art.  What do you hope the reader will learn from your paper? Include your captioned image.

Subject and Visual Description: Fully describe your subject. If applicable, explain its function and location. Then, in your own words provide a thorough visual analysis  (research not needed here). Below are questions which will help guide your visual analysis. Depending on your selected work, not all questions apply. Aim to incorporate responses to as many questions as possible.  

Medium: (limestone, marble, fresco, etc.)

Size: (approximately 10 feet long by three feet wide, etc.)

Shape: What are the dominant shapes apparent within the work? Are they geometric? Irregular? How are they organized? Do you detect dominant patterns?

For sculpture: Is it relief sculpture or sculpture in the round? Is the sculpture carved or molded? Did the artist compose it to be seen from one primary vantage point, or is it meant to be seen from all sides? How does the work’s location affect the viewing experience? If relevant, how does the work relate to other area buildings or monuments?

Light (particularly for painting): How does the artist employ effects of light and shading? Does the light appear to come from a single direction? Is the light evenly distributed? Which parts, if any, appear in a strong light? Which parts are in shadow?

Color: What are the dominant colors employed by the artist? Does the artist use a wide range of colors, or only a few? Does the artist create color harmonies through analogous colors, such as red and orange? Does he/she create contrasts through complementary colors, such as red and green?

Texture: Is the surface of the object soft or rough? What are the tactile qualities of the object (meaning how would it feel to touch its various parts)?

Space/Mass: If it is a two-dimensional work, does the artist draw the viewer’s eye beyond the picture plane and into the distant space of the picture? How is space suggested? Is this a deep or shallow space? Would you describe the work’s overall effect as sleek, bulky, heavy, light, etc. Are there any open spaces or are they closed spaces? Describe fully.

Line: Is there an emphasis on line? For example, are there sharp diagonals or angles in the work? Are the lines balanced and ordered? Do they imply directional movement? You can think of line as outlines if no obvious lines are apparent in the work.

Emotional impact: What emotions does the work evoke in the viewer?

Contextual Analysis:  What were the cultural values, and the social, religious and political systems of the time? How might such forces have been relevant to your work of art?  Do not discuss the context in isolation. The artwork should be related to the context.

Comparison Analysis (optional): Depending on your selected work, you may choose to include a comparison analysis. Select one other work of art/architecture from the same culture (include a fully captioned image).  Compare and contrast the style, the meaning, and the visual elements.  At the end of your comparison, summarize the key characteristics visible in your chosen works.

Conclusion & Citations: Sum up the salient ideas of your paper and what you have learned from the process of examining this artwork. You are to use both in text citations and provide an annotated Works Cited Page in MLA or APA citation style. A minimum of three academic sources must be used.

Research Suggestions: First, visit the UMGC online library.  Suggested museum sites include:

Metropolitan Museum of Art: http://metmuseum.org/toah/

The British Museum: http://www.britishmuseum.org/

The Louvre: http://www.louvre.fr/en/homepage

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