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Assignment Instructions Term Paper Guidelines Your 6 page term paper is due at the end of Week 7. Choose one artist or architect that is listed in...

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Assignment Instructions Term Paper Guidelines Your 6 page term paper is due at the end of Week 7. Choose one artist or architect that is listed in your book and fully discuss them. Your paper should include a 2 page biography of the artist/architect. In addition the paper should include a description, formal analysis, and interpretation of 2 works of art/architecture by that artist. The works you choose do not have to be covered in the book, but your artist/architect must be. Each analysis should be 2 pages in length and cannot be a work of art we have discussed in Forums . The analysis portion of this assignment must follow the Writing a Critique format you used for your Museum Paper. Therefore, you must deliver in MLA Style: A 2 page biography of your artist A 2 page description, formal analysis, and interpretation of the ±rst work of art A 2 page description, formal analysis, and interpretation for the second work of art In a conclusion, tell me why you chose this artist A Bibliography with 6 reference sources: 2 journals, 2 books minimum . DO NOT USE YOUR BOOK as a reference. DO NOT USE WIKIPEDIA as a reference. You may use Museum websites or other scholarly sources. NO "next door neighbor's" websites. Give me good research, not mythological musings from someone. Use double spacing, approx 250 words on a page (Arial 10 or Times-New Roman 12).
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Remember to write your paper in a Word doc. You may include images if you wish. DO NOT FORGET: Use your Writing a Critique Art Notes that is in your Week 1 Lesson for the analysis and description and interpretation. This is a formal research paper, written in the third person, but I would like you to end with why you chose this artist. REMEMBER: you need to deliver 6 pages of text at 250 words per page, and use MLA. If you are unfamiliar with MLA, review it on the APUS online library website. Wikipedia note: It is an unjuried source, meaning that anyone can post there, even those who know nothing about the subject. AMU has a great library for source material. Start there. Internet Sources to use as you wish: Writing Resources Purdue OWL Writing Resources http://owl.english.purdue.edu/ Miracosta LibraryMLA Style Samples http://www.miracosta.edu/home/jmegill/Sabbatical/mla/default.html Here is a sampling of internet sources for your use: (Links may not work, so copy and paste) Art and Architecture Sites: Louvre Museum in France http://www.louvre.fr Metropolitan Museum in New York http://www.met.org British Museum http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk The National Gallery http://nga.gov Rodin Museum http://www.musee-rodin.fr/welcome.htm Musee d'Orsay Home Page http://www.musee-orsay.fr/en/home.html The Musee Matisse in Nice, France http://www.musee-matisse-nice.org/ The Andy Warhol Museum http://www.warhol.org Artists of any era up to the late 19th century http://www.artrenewal.org/ Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright http://www.greatbuildings.com/architects/Frank_Lloyd_Wright.html
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Date Pablo Picasso's Biography
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