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    Art History

    Notes about three works (paintings) are provided.

    Help with notes for a critical essay about the three works is given. The goals of a critical essay are to evaluate and analyze the art works based on research, using the vocabulary and concepts you have learned. Your attitude should be detached. The "critical" aspect of the essay refers to this detached attitude, not whether you

    This posting offers research about a contemporary artist.

    These areas are emphasized: Research a contemporary artist from the Art 21 PBS website at:http://www.pbs.org/art21/artists/index.html. Make sure you include the following: Brief artist biography Discussion of the artist's overall "theme" or interests. Describe and evaluate one of the artist's works: title, materi

    This posting offers ideas about art variations.

    This task is provided: Take on the role of an investigative journalist by using the Internet to seek out different kinds of art works -- art that is not conventionally considered art. Choose two specific; works of art; that will make for a captivating news article. Your search begins by looking for ideas in the Classroom Mate

    Origins of Romantic Movement

    This posting describes how Romanticism was a product of the Industrial Revolution and an attempt to deny questions by industrialization.

    Influence of the Enlightenment

    This posting examines the influences of the philosophers and social commentators of the Enlightenment on modern thought and sensibility. It also explores the effects on the founding of the U.S.

    Surrealist art pieces are interpreted.

    This posting describes three Surrealist paintings and their explications. Discuss each painting. First, describe each painting in vivid detail: What are the major features of the painting? What sort of color is used? Are objects and/or people realistic in appearance? Then, offer your personal interpretation of each work: What

    Jackson Pollocks' art is assessed.

    This posting discusses a minimum of two reasons why Jackson Pollock's Convergence is a work of "fine art" as opposed to an arbitrary composition of paint.

    Plato's allegory with the cave is examined.

    I am working on what's called "altered book." With the existent book, we're making a conceptual/ experimental work that somehow reflects the original book. (we can make 3-D work, add sound, etc) For example, one student's book was about the hunger in Africa and he practically brought in a bread and a knife in class. And as you s

    Art genres

    Understanding that each of the following have been recognized as "art forms", this job searches the web and finds one website that is relevant to each of these: Dance, visual art, music, film, television, radio, folk art, and theater

    The Neoclassicist Standard on Landscape

    Please explain the Neoclassicist expectation and standard for landscape painting. I'd like to know what a Neoclassicist critic would look for or applaud in an exhibition at the 19th Louvre Salon. By expectation I mean in terms of the "functions" or "representation" of an acceptable landscape painting. Things that the Romantic