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Description and Analysis of Three Artworks:
Choose a work of art from three different eras and include the following identifying information (if available): title, artist, date artwork was created, medium, and culture/period.
Describe and analyze each artwork using at least 3 of the most relevant elements of art and principles of design terms. Take into consideration the artwork’s style based on the readings this week and utilize relevant vocabulary we have learned this week. (Elements of art and principles of design are defined in the Week One Online Lecture as well as the downloadable handouts under Week One Reading.)
Integrate your visual analysis into the larger theme of context. Using the textbook and lecture reading, address how the subject and style of each artwork reflects the historical and cultural context of the period. Think about the culture in which the work was created. What does the work’s appearance and its choice of art elements and design principles tell us about the cultural beliefs and meaning?
The studio assignment this week is to create a work of art based on the secular OR religious ideas of a specific country during the Baroque era. Many Baroque works of art we are studying this week were created in a style that most effectively communicated the specific values (either secular or religious) of a specific culture. Depending on the country, the artwork has certain defining characteristics, religious (Catholic, Protestant) or secular. As you create your original artwork, identify the country in the Baroque era you would like to explore and identify specific artwork(s) that inspire you.
Compose a written description of your artwork explaining your creative process, the country chosen and explain how your artwork reflects the values and ideas of that country’s culture. How did the style and culture chosen guide your choices in creating your work of art?”