Select two 15th-century (early) Renaissance art pieces. For each piece, offer a name, artist, location of the piece, and citation so you can locate the piece again with ease. While doing your research, consider this criteria.
The specific description of the piece must include a brief analysis of the work relative to the appropriate use of some of the following terms:
- rhythm and pattern
You must be able to use at least two different terms as you describe each piece.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 7:12 am ad1c9bdddf
First of all, as you locate two pieces of Early Renaissance art, I like Masaccio's "Madonna Enthroned" from 1426, which is also called "The Pisa Polyptych: Madonna and Child with Angels." One image is located at http://www.aug.edu/augusta/iconography/masaccioPisaAltarpiece/virginChildThrone.html
I applaud this piece since it exemplifies his wonderful use of colour so well, especially through light. Light is so naturalistic in this piece. It allows us to fully see the drapery on the virgin's knees, for example. Colour and light are also used as shadows are cast on the back of the ...
This solution provides a brief description of two Renaissance pieces: Masaccio's "Madonna Enthroned" from 1426 and "Tribute Money," also by Masaccio from 1426-28. This solution is 315 words and provides three links to online references.
Need assistance in understanding how to properly do a musical description analysis.
Music Experience Descriptions
â?¢ Choose five examples of musical pieces. Select at least one example each from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods. Use the University Library, Electronic Reserve Readings for ARTS/100, the Internet, or other resources to
â?¢ Research and analyze your five selections.
â?¢ Listen to each selection several times after conducting your research.
â?¢ Prepare a description of each piece of music. Be sure to list the composition, composer, performer, and style. Describe what you heard. Discuss your understanding of the use of rhythm, melody, harmony, tonality, texture, and form in each example. Indicate what you liked and did not like. Summarize your overall impressions.