Silberberg-Pierce

Silberberg-Pierce - ← 2 modes ← greek ← roman ← ←...

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Group 4 -What is Silberberg-Pierce’s argument? What times period is she discussing? What medium is she analyzing? What is she concerned with in terms of subject matter? What are the conclusions about what is depicted? How does she organize her argument? Create a reverse outline: Write a phrase next to each paragraph that states how that paragraph  supports Silberberg-Pierce’s argument. Take the phrases and place them into a blank document. Look at the phrases and see if they fall under certain major ideas. Write this all up in outline form. intro background thesis statement paragraph “The Muse Restored: Images of Women in Roman Painting.”
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Unformatted text preview: ← 2 modes: ← greek ← roman ← ← Visual elements • Common motifs/ subject matter o Religious, mythological, genre scenes, music/musicians, portraits • Composition o Special rendering and figure rendering ← Historical elements • Plmy the Elder’s texts (artists names, writer’s names) • Law documents land owner, patrons • Social institutions materfailias • Architecture and placement of paintings ← ORGANIZATION of her argument: ← Introduction (x2) ← Background ← Visual ← Background ← Visual ← Concludes (x2) 08/11/2007 17:09:00 ← 08/11/2007 17:09:00 ←...
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Gilby during the Spring '08 term at Endicott.

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Silberberg-Pierce - ← 2 modes ← greek ← roman ← ←...

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