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Unformatted text preview: What is distinctive, unusual, or different (if anything) about it? Where was/is it located? Why was/is it there? How and by whom was it accessed? If it is architectural, are there differences between exterior and interior? What does the pose/layout/design/composition convey? If it is sculpture, is it additive or subtractive, relief or in the round? Does it have a base and/or inscriptions? Why? Is it symmetrical? Frontal? From what position was it seen? Is it a portrait? If so, is it just a portrait? If it includes figures, how are they represented? How are they draped? Why? What of the color(s), surface textures(s), masses and volumes? Is it monumental in scale or effect? Does it appear to be static or dynamic? Is it realistic, naturalistic, stylized, or abstract? Is it idealized and/or expressionistic? Why is it significant?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2011 for the course REAL ESTAT 83676 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '97 term at Golden Gate.
- Spring '97