AHS+106_Article+Paper_Spring+2011 - 01:082:106 Spring 2011...

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01:082:106 Spring 2011 Introduction to Art History ARTICLE PAPER ASSIGNMENT Professors Tatiana Flores and Benjamin Paul 1 Your second paper is an analysis of an art historical scholarly article. These articles have been selected by Professors Flores and Paul and are available on the course Sakai site. Do NOT select your own article. The papers must be a minimum of four typed, double-spaced pages. The paper must not exceed five pages. The paper is due in recitation the week of April 19. No extensions will be permitted. In order for your assignment to be considered complete, you must also upload your paper to turnitin.com on time. For each day the assignment is late, your grade will be lowered by one grade step. You must choose one of these two articles: 1) Erwin Panofsky, “Reorientation in the Graphic Arts; the Culmination of Engraving, 1507/11–1514,” in The Life and Art of Albrecht Dürer , 4th ed. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1955), pp. 3–14; 132–135; 151–171. [NB: For Panofsky, the introduction to his book and the introduction to the chapter have been provided so that you may orient yourself. Prof. Paul specifically wants you to focus your paper on Panofsky’s discussion of Dürer’s print “Melencolia,” which runs from page 156 to 171. To understand Panofsky’s discussion of this work, it is strongly
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course ART HIST 106 taught by Professor Budd during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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