Art history:visual analysis paper | History homework help

One of the more traditional assignments students encounter in an introductory Art

History class is to write a visual (formal) analysis paper. This assignment, which is

based on the student’s visit to the Lowe Art Museum on the University of Miami campus

in Coral Gables, whose permanent collection contains Greek pottery from the time

period that we are studying in Unit 2, requires students to trace the development of

Greek pottery, by examining the various techniques and quality of naturalism that

evolved over the course of approximately four centuries.

Students will select four objects in the collection to analyze: one (1) from the Geometric

period; one (1) from the Orientalizing period; one (1) object utilizing the black-figure

technique; and one (1) utilizing the red-figure technique. Pay close attention to each of

the object’s stylistic features, describing each element and integrating into your

analyses comparisons to object(s) we have studied in the textbook or in lecture from the

PowerPoints. When selecting objects to compare the Lowe museum pieces to, be

discerning. That is, try to find objects that share more characteristics than not.

The aim of this 5-7 page (excluding printed imagery of the objects, which may be either

wrapped in the text or placed at the end of the document and labeled), double-spaced,

typed assignment is for students to develop an eye for style and locate the subtle

differences that distinguish one technique or tendency from another. As such, the

paper should be organized with an introductory paragraph, body, and conclusion. The

introduction may include some general information (e.g., historical, economic, cultural)

about the objects’ specific time period(s), and the technique(s) utilized to create the

object(s). More importantly, the introduction should include a thesis statement.

Be sure to organize the body in a logical, analytic fashion, and conclude the paper with

some remarks about the significance of the objects — that is, how they fit into a larger

Greco-Roman art historical framework. Remember, this is NOT a research paper;

however, if you quote a source (e.g., a placard or web site from the museum), be

certain to include a citation.

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