British artist David Hockney refers to his works created on the iPad as drawings.
Compare his iPad drawing with the watercolor painting by John Singer Sargent.
Does the distinction between drawing and painting make sense in this case?
How do our definitions relate to each of these images? Where should the line between the two be drawn?
What is the subject of each of the artworks.
Describe each artwork in formal terms.
How does the medium affect the content or meaning of the work?
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