Description of two works
Ancient art history (Select two art works during the period.)
1. Select two works of art depicting the same subject. (Showing the same event, telling the same narrative, depicting similar objects, etc.) They can be different media (a painting and a sculpture) or the same media. You can select architecture, as long as the structures have the same or similar functions. The items must be both different styles, and at least 200 years apart in date. Think broadly, and do not necessarily confine yourself to the obvious.
2. Thoroughly describe what you see. Make sure you focus on all areas of the work, be it sculpture, painting, textiles, prints, manuscript illuminations, or anything else. Discuss line, shape, color, composition, pattern, etc. Describe both works, each in a separate paragraph. Compare the differences and similarities in a third paragraph. For architecture, describe at least the fecade, interior, and floor plan. Remember, description is observable, so description does not need to be cited in terms of your sources.
3. Describe the media and technique. Explain how the works were made, using appropriate academic terminology. For architecture, describe the engineering system used for the structure. If you consult any source to explain a particular media or technique, you must cite that source, even if you paraphrase the material. You run the risk of getting zero on this paper if your citations are missing or too few. There should be at least two paragraphs of media and technique, possibly more.
Use proper academic art historical means to indentify your works the first time you mention them in the paper.
You will need to be following
Artist name or period style
Title of work
Date of work
Size (except for architecture)
Do not use first person writing
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