I will Attach the image list and most of the information needed to answer the qu
I will Attach the image list and most of the information needed to answer the questions comes from smarthistory.com just search that along with the topic Section 1: Identify the TEN (10) objects listed below from the IMAGE LIST corresponding to the material covered in each section. David, Death of Marat Turner, The Slave Ship Courbet, The Stone Breakers Manet, Olympia Cezanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire Van Gogh, Starry Night Picasso, Still Life with Chair Caning Gauguin, Where do we come from, . . .? Duchamp, Fountain Degas, Ballet Rehearsal Identify each object listed above as follows: 1) Artist, if listed on Image List 2) Title, as listed on Image List 3) Approximate Date, as listed on Image List 4) Time Period/Art Historical Period/Culture, as listed on Image List 5) Significance of the Work of Art (4-5 sentences), written in your own words, using notes from lectures and readings/videos. NO OUTSIDE RESEARCH PLEASE. ******Since these are open-book, untimed quizzes, you will be graded on your paragraph on the significance of the work. Remember to connect the work to its art historical period and use corresponding art historical terms listed on your image list and from readings/lectures. Section 2: Compare and Contrast essay. (total 25 points) This will be a short comparison essay (5-6 paragraphs, or around 1 to 1.5 page double-spaced). You may choose to write one (1) from the following two pairs of objects: Pair 1: Renoir, Moulin de la Galette, Impressionism, 1876 Seurat, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884 Pair 2: Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergére, 1881, Impressionism Matisse, Harmony in Red (Red Room), 1908-1909 Below is a useful link with instructions on how to compose a compare and contrast essay. The Art History Examination: Slide Comparisons From Christina Maranci: A Survival Guide for Art History Students http://homepages.neiu.edu/~wbsieger/Art107/107Read/Essays.pdf

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