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Question 1:What was the culture like when van Gogh created TheStarry Night?Question 2:Why did van Gogh paint this piece of artwork? What was he trying to express?C.Your personal assumptionsabout artifacts of this sort and why they exist:D.Question 1:What was the meaning behind van Gogh’s Starry Night?Question 2: Why did he choose a nighttime scene? What was van Gogh trying to express?C.How yourvalueshave shaped and are shaped by your expression and that of others:Question 1:I know that van Gogh painted this artifact during the day from memory as a depiction of the view seen from outside his window, why did his expression of art change so much from other pieces?Question 2: How might viewing this piece work of art shape the values of viewers in the time it was released. E.The relationship between the possible intent of the creator and your own interpretationof its meaning:F.Question 1: Was the intent of van Gogh’s painting The Starry Night? Was it intended to reflect the tortured mind of Vincent van Gogh and his progressive mental illness? Question 2: If van Gogh was alive in the 21th century and painted this piece today, would art seekers value the piece the same as when it was painted in 1889?VII.Speculate on how you would go about answeringthese questions. For instance, what sorts of things would you study about these kinds of artifacts and their contexts that might begin addressing these questions?I would begin to research the artifact and the history behind it. I would study the interpretations of the artwork through published articles, books and reputable websites. I may search on the SNHU library banks and research more about van Gogh’s life during this time period.
Works Cited“MoMA Learning.” MoMA | Vincent van Gogh. The Starry Night. 1889, .“Starry Night.” Artble, 19 July 2017, .Trachtman, Paul. “Van Gogh’s Night Visions.” Smithsonian.com, Smithsonian Institution, 1 Jan. 2008, .Impact, The Net. “Vincent van Gogh: Starry Night.” Vincent van Gogh Gallery, . Robles, Erissa. “The Sun, the Moon and the Eleven Stars – Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night.” Art & Architecture in Different Periods, 15 Mar. 2012, id14withmamquevedo.wordpress.com/2012/03/12/the-sun-the-moon-and-the-eleven- stars-vincent-van-goghs-starry-night/.Paulson, Noelle C. “Van Gogh, The Starry Night (Article).” Khan Academy, -ap/a/van-gogh-the-starry-night.

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