compare and contrastpaper on two artworks they have viewed and analyzed at one of the Houston art museums

 Description  comparison and contrast paper on two artworks they have viewed and analyzed at one of the Houston art museums (1 Menil Collection www.menil.org; 2) Museum of Fine Arts Houston www.mfah.org Choose from among the following topics: Menil Collection 1) compare and contrast a Byzantine icon with an African tribal sculpture Menil Collection, or MFAH 3) Modern and Contemporary art: compare and contrast a contemporary nonrepresentational artwork (i.e. Barnet Newman; Mark Rothko; Jackson Pollock; David Smith (sculpture or painting) with an early 20th century modern abstract artwork (i.e. Picasso; Matisse). Research each artist and stylistic movement or civilization. Apply the visual elements in a comparison and contrast pattern of development. Briefly research the artists’ biography and define the stylistic movement, and place the artwork within a cultural context (two-three paragraphs). Then apply the concepts and vocabulary listed on the Museum Assignment Worksheet (Do not submit the worksheet here.) Write a stylistic analysis of three-five paragraphs. Develop paragraphs of three-five sentences in length, each of which begins with a topic sentence for each applicable visual element or principle of design! Be sure to clearly define and illustrate the use of each term by describing specific areas of the artwork’s composition. Provide at least two research references for each artwork, in addition to the textbook. Bibliography: Carr, Annemarie Weyl, Bertrand Davezac, and Clare Elliott. Imprinting The Divine : Byzantine And Russian Icons From The Menil Collection. n.p.: 2011. . The Menil Collection: A Selection from the Paleolithic to the Modern Era. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1997. Print. Newman, Barnett, et al. Barnett Newman : The Late Work, 1965-1970. n.p.: Houston : The Menil Collection, [2015], 2015. Van Dyke, Kristina. African Art From The Menil Collection. n.p.: 2008. Wilson, Carolyn C. Italian Paintings Xiv-Xvi Centuries in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Houston, Tex: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston in association with Rice University Press and Merrell Holberton Publishers, London, 1996. Print.

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