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Description

Your Final for this class is to write a three- to five-page compare-and-contrast research paper that investigates how two works of art from different periods styles represent a particular them in art. Your comparison must focus on the artists and period styles covered in LA 121 and must include at least ONE artwork from a period style introduced after Module 7.

The pair you choose must be drawn from two different period styles. For example, you may compare a Mannerist artwork with a Baroque artwork. However, you may NOT compare a Mannerist artwork with another work from the Mannerist period.
It is important to choose two artworks that have a number of things in common as well as a number of unique aspects to compare.

Proposal Worksheet
Before you write your paper, you must submit a proposal to your instructor for approval. Your proposal will help both you and your instructor ensure that you are planning an appropriate comparison.

Assignment

Write a 3-5 page essay comparing and contrasting two works of art from two different styles covered in this course between the periods of the High Renaissance and Impressionism. One of your selected works of art must be from AFTER the midterm (Modules 8-14) You must cover the following points in your comparison:

Introduction and Thesis

Introduce the artwork titles, period styles and artists names
Briefly state what you believe is significant about these artworks
In other words… Tell your reader what works of art you will be discussing and why you think they are important

Stylistic analysis

Correctly identify artwork titles, period styles and artists names
Compare the artworks by discussing key stylistic characteristics associated with artists and period styles
Apply art history vocabulary correctly and uses it to support your stylistic analysis
In other words… What make these works stylistically significant?

Cultural analysis

Compare the artworks by discussing key cultural issues associated with artists and periods
Discuss how the cultural context of each period influenced the artistic development of the period style (Make connections between cultural context and style)
In other words… What makes these works culturally significant?

Conclusion and Thematic Connection

Analyze the ways art can affect and/or reflect cultural, political and social issues
Draw conclusions about the artist / society which produced the artwork from the comparison
In other words… What “Thematic Connection” can you make between the two works of art that helps you better understand them or the culture they represent?

Research

Incorporate 3 our more sources (outside of lecture notes & textbook) to support your analysis
Properly cite your sources using MLA format
Include a list of “Works Cited”

Written Mechanics

Use of grammar, spelling and punctuation correctly throughout your paper
Proofread
In other words…there should be no mechanical errors!

Sources

3 in addition to the module text

scholarly professional web site (for example, a museum, research institute or university)
nonfiction book published within the last 50 years
an art history textbook such as Garnders Art Through the Ages, Jansen’s, or Schneider-Adams
professional art historical publication (magazine or journal, can be online) such as The Art Bulletin
Databases such as the Oxford Dictionary of Art Online (accessible through the AAU Library website)
Credible professional websites such as those of museums, galleries, and universities, for example:
The Getty Center
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
In other words… Don’t use Wikipedia!!!

Format

Your research paper must:

Be a minimum of 3-5 pages, excluding illustrations, headings, and paragraph breaks.
Be spell-checked, grammar-checked, proofread for errors not caught by your computer.
Include a heading containing your full name, ID number, class title and section, date, and instructor’s name.
Be typed and double-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman font.
Be submitted as a Microsoft Word-compatible document (.doc or .rtf, not .docx).
Cite references used according to MLA style and include a Works Cited page at the end of your essay. You are encouraged to use A Writer’s Reference by Diana Hacker (see also Research and Documentation Online, 5th edition) for help with MLA style, revision, punctuation, and sentence style, and A Short Guide to Writing About Art by Sylvan Barnett for specific help with comparing and contrasting artwork.

Evaluation

Your final essay will be graded on:

Critical Thinking & Analysis
35%
Cultural Significance
25%
Stylistic Significance
25%
Research & Citations
10%
Writing Mechanics
5%
Total
100%
Download the rubric here. This document contains more-specific criteria that your instructor will use to evaluate your term paper.

Purpose

The compare and contrast research paper will assess your ability to identify and analyze the similarities and differences of artworks from different periods, while analyzing the their significant stylistic characteristics and placing them in their cultural context. The research paper will also assess your ability to draw conclusions ( thesis or “Thematic Connection”) about the artist / society which produced the artwork from the comparison using relevant information (cited sources) to support your thesis.

Tools
You will need Microsoft Word or another word processor capable of creating a .doc or .rtf file.

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-Proposal assignment

Class,

Your assignment: Fill out the attached Word document and upload your answers to this module–make sure you include your name & ID within the document so you get credit! Your selections for the paper must be approved by me; this is a graded assignment due April 30, 2012 by 11:59pm PST. Since you may not have access yet to all of the module images, please find a list below of images from Module 12, 13 & 14 from which you can choose.

Review the Final Paper information located at the tab at the top of your screen for the details—make sure you review all of the information, especially that regarding sources and citations. Remember: you must choose two artworks from different artistic periods and one must be from the Baroque movement or later (and no choosing two Baroque pieces from different countries–for our purposes, the Baroque is considered one artistic movement).

(The final information is what I just post above for the final paper)

Please save your file as follows: Last Name, First Name_OL#Final.doc. You are in either OL5 or OL6 for this semester, please include your OL # in your file extension!

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The following will be the paintings to select for the proposal and final paper.

You will need to select one painting from both group which would be from module 1 to 7 & module 8 to 14.

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Module 1 image List

Leonardo da Vinci [1452-1519] – Last Supper, fresco at Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, 1495-1498

Leonardo da Vinci [1452-1519] – Mona Lisa, c. 150-1505.

Module 2 Image List (Mostly sculpture)

Michelangelo [1483-1520] – David, for the City of Florence, 1501-1504.

Michelangelo [1483-1520] – Moses, for the tomb of Pope Julius II, 1513-1515.

Module 3 Image List

Madonna with the Long Neck, by Parmigianino, c. 1535.

Venus, Cupid, Folly, and Time (the Exposure of Luxury), by Bronzino, 1546.

Module 4 Image List

Giovanni Bellini [1430-1516] – Feast of the Gods, by Bellini and Titian, 1529.

Titian [1490-1576] – Pastoral Symphony, 1508.

Titian [1490-1576] – Venus of Urbino, for the Duke of Urbino, 1538.

Module 5 Image List (Recommended Module )

Germany – Crucifixion Panel from the Isenheim Altarpiece, from the Hospital of St. Anthony, Germany, by Matthais Grunewald, 1510-1515.

Flanders – The French Ambassadors, by Hans Holbein the Younger, 1533.

The Netherlands – Money Changer and his Wife, by Quinten Massys, 1514.

The Netherlands – Meat Still Life, by Pieter Aertsen, 1551.

he Netherlands – Hunters in the Snow, by Pieter Bruegel the Elder, 1565.

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Module 8 Image List

Conversion of Saint Paul, by Caravaggio, 1601.

Calling of Saint Matthew, by Caravaggio, 1597-1601.

Judith Beheading Holofernes, by Artemisia Gentileschi, 1614-1620.

Module 9 Image List

Flemish Baroque – Allegory of the Outbreak of War, by Peter Paul Rubens 1638.

Flemish Baroque – Arrival of Marie de’Medici at Marseilles, by Peter Paul Rubens 1622-25.

Flemish Baroque – Elevation of the Cross, by Peter Paul Rubens Antwerp Cathedral, 1610.

Spanish Baroque – Las Meninas, by Diego Velazquez 1656.

Spanish Baroque – Surrender at Breda, by Diego Velazquez 1634-1635.

Module 10 Image List

Dutch Baroque – Archers of St. Hadrian, by Frans Hals c.1633.

Dutch Baroque – The Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq, “The Night Watch”, by Rembrandt, 1642.

Dutch Baroque – Allegory of the Art of Painting, by Vermeer 1670-1675.

French Baroque – Louis XIV by Rigaud, 1701

Module 11 Image List

The Enlightenment – The Village Bride, by Greuze, 1761.

The Enlightenment – “Breakfast Scene” from Marriage a la Mode, by William Hogarth, 1745.

Rococo – Return from Cythera, by Watteau 1717-1719.

Rococo – The Swing, by Fragonard, 1766.

Module 12 Image List

Cornelia Presenting her Children as Treasures, by Angelica Kaufman, 1785

Oath of the Horatti, David, 1784

Death of Marat, David, 1793

The Coronation of Napoleon, David 1805-1808

Module 13 Image List

Grande Odalisque, by Ingres, 1814

The Nightmare, by Fuseli, 1781

The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, etching from Los Caprichos, by Goya

The Third of May, 1808, by Goya, 1814

Saturn Devouring His Children, by Goya, 1819-1823

Raft of the Medusa, by Gericault, 1818-1819

Death of Sardanapalus, by Delacroix, 1826

The Haywain, by John Constable 1821

Module 14 Image List

Burial at Ornas, by Courbet, 1849

The Gleaners, by Jean-Francois Millet, 1857

The Third-Class Carriage, by Daumier, 1862

Le Dejuner sur l’herbe (Luncheon on the Grass), Manet, 1863

Olympia, by Manet, 1863

Nymphs and Satyr, by Bouguereau, 1873

Impression Sunrise, by Monet 1872

Le Moulin de la Galette, by Renoir, 1876

Bar at the Folies-Bergere, by Manet, 1881-1882

The Tub, by Degas, 1886

The Bath, by Mary Cassatt, 1892

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