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PLease read instructions. Select from these websites only. https://www.getty.edu/art/antiquities/ https://collectipns.lacma.org/node/580926= https://www.metmuseum.org/about-the-met/curatorial-departments/egyptian-art 1. Include a black and white or color image embedded into your essay so the instructor knows what you are writing about! 2. Use double-space 12 point with 1" margins 3. include a Bibliography if necessary, with correct citations Chicago Manual of Style Consider the following issues: These questions are to help you analyse a museum object, but they may be addressed in any order, as long as you create a unified, well reasoned essay. Please be clear, concise and organized. Standard English and neatness are important components in effective communication. 1. Historical Context: In what historical period and geographical region was the piece created? Do you think that this work is typical of its period? Why or why not? Why is this work significant/important? 2. Scale: What is its approximate size? Do its size and shape affect its impact on the viewer? 3. Matrial & Texture: What is the work made of? Does its medium affect its appearance? 4. Subject Matter: What is the subject of the piece? Is its subject characteristic of the period in which it was made? 5. Composition: How are the forms arranged or organized? Consider the forms as a two-dimensional design on the surface of the canvas, or as three-dimensional forms in space. Is there a particular element that serves as the visual focus? Why is your eye led to this area? Are the different parts of the composition linked in such a way as to guide the eye around the piece? How is this achieved? 6. The Human Figure: If your work includes human figures, how are they depicted? Are their poses "natural'? 7. Light, Color and Brushstroke: If you are considering a painting, is there uniform light or does there appear to be a single light source? If so, where does the light appear to originate? Does this affect the composition? Are colors realistic? Do the colors employed affect your perception of the piece? Can you see the brushstrokes? How does this affect your response to the work?

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