Art100 Written Analysis Example.pdf

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Introduction To Art- Written Analysis Assignment EXAMPLE Name: Tabbouleh Stinkenwinkles Circle one: ART 100 -or- HUM G102 Artist: Eugene Delacroix Title: Liberty Leading the People Date: 1830 Media: Oil on canvas Size: 102” x 128” Era/Movement: Romanticism (of the artwork, not the subject) Museum or Gallery: The Louvre-Lens, France 1. Analysis of Subject: Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. Keen observation. 2. Analysis of Form: Keen observation of how the elements and principles of design were used in the artwork. Art vocabulary. Keen observation of how the elements and principles of design were used in the artwork. Art vocabulary. Keen observation of how the elements and principles of design were used in the artwork. Art vocabulary.
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Keen observation of how the elements and principles of design were used in the artwork. Art vocabulary. Keen observation of how the elements and principles of design were used in the artwork. Art vocabulary. Keen observation of how the elements and principles of design were used in the artwork. Art vocabulary. Keen observation of how the elements and principles of design were used in the artwork. Art vocabulary. Keen observation of how the elements and principles of design were used in the artwork. Art vocabulary. Keen observation of how the elements and principles of design were used in the artwork. Art vocabulary.
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