Additional guidance: This essay should be a critical analysis of, and academic r

Additional guidance:
This essay should be a critical analysis of, and academic response to, the essay question using existing academic and scholarly literature.
The essay questions are inspired by the lecture programme and tied to individual lectures. This is to help encourage you to have a broader understanding of the topic before attempting the assignment.
The seminars throughout the semester will include opportunities to guide you through the core considerations you will need to address to do well in this assignment, including interpreting the essay questions, approaching the subject literature and formatting the essay. Further help with the different challenges of preparing for and completing this assessment can be found in the Skills Plus resource. Feedback from the Artwork Analysis assignment may also be useful to reflect upon when finalising this submission.
As with the ARTWORK ANALYSIS assessment you are expected to use Harvard referencing to cite the works you engage with in your essay take from your bibliography. You should engage with at least five secondary sources of appropriate scholarly quality in answering your essay.
Please note, essay questions are associated with a week’s lecture. In most case the tutor delivering that material will be marking the associated essay, however, depending on the volume of essays in some cases an alternative tutor will be marking some or all of an essay allocation. Marking is moderated, however, to ensure consistency of grading and feedback.
Top tips:
Don’t see the questions as having specific correct answers, but see them as a way of forming your own, independent argument.
Do choose the question that interests you regard less of whether that lecture has taken place by the time you come to research and write it, as independent research is an important part of this assessment.
As for the Artwork Analysis, search for relevant sources that allow you to think critically about the essay question. Try to form a single core argument that addresses the question, responding to these sources, and avoid your analysis from being too wide-ranging.
Aim for rigorous analysis rather than broad gestures. Try to avoid answering the question by saying you believe something to be the case; instead you should demonstrate your research and articulate why your argument is an appropriate response.
Whatever you write, it is of crucial importance that you keep to the topic as set. This does not mean that you cannot display your knowledge, a major point of essay writing, but it does mean that you must be aware when you are digressing. Keep asking yourself: ‘Is this really relevant?’; ‘Does this really help my argument?’
The purpose of the essay – what central argument are you trying to communicate? Are your points relevant to the topic? Is there some originality to your work?
What you have done, why you have done it, how you did it, and the implications for your findings? Is your argument coherent? Have you made sure your work is legibility and follows the correct procedures for referencing?
Analysis – tell us what you think is important about the information you’ve collected and analysed (both the literature and your own data)
Your essay will need to include:
An Introduction– what the essay is going to do
Avoid tertiary sources (such as encyclopaedias) and user-generated resources (such as Wikipedia).
When writing the essay it may help for to use the PEEL system when writing paragraphs:
P = make a Point: start your paragraph with a clear framing sentence that establishes what your paragraph is going to be about. This should support your essay’s main argument (or else consider whether this paragraph may be superfluous to the work!)
E = show your Evidence/Example: here you should use evidence or an example that helps to validate your point and develop the argument. You could use sources (quotes/paraphrasing) or other researched data here.
E = Explain how your evidence supports your point: next you need to explain exactly how the evidence/example you have provided supports your point. Expand on (unpack) your evidence to ensure that your reader understands why it is there and what you are doing with it.
L = Link to the next paragraph: link the point you’ve made back to your core question/topic. A linking sentence must summarize the paragraph in a sentence or two. It should give the overall essence of the paragraph to your reader and connect with the main point of your essay.
Please include the Essay Question Number in the title of the document you submit for the assessment. For example: Essay6.doc
I have also attached as a separate document a piece of work I have written so you are able to read and match my writing style as much as possible.
I would like to add I would be looking for a mid grade not too high as I want it to match my previous work. A mid or high 2:1 grade.
1500 words

Explain how this course has changed your understanding of media and visual liter

Explain how this course has changed your understanding of media and visual literacy. Share your opinions about what you learned, and include at least 3 specific examples that show how you are thinking differently about media and culture.
Your paper should be 3 to 5 pages long.
If you refer to any outside sources—including books, articles, websites, television shows, movies, interviews or anything else—they must be correctly cited using MLA, APA, or Chicago/Turabian style.
(I attached my 3 short essays I wrote detailing the work I’ve done in this class)

Whoever chooses to write this paper, I HIGHLY recommend that you have proficient

Whoever chooses to write this paper, I HIGHLY recommend that you have proficient knowledge in digital arts, such as adobe photoshop and adobe illustrator. You will need this knowledge in order to competently write this research paper. Understanding workflows of how the artist could’ve created their work is important. Minimum of three sources required. The rubric, example document of what the paper should look like, and important keyword list is included in the upload.
The digital artist I’ve chosen for this paper is named Bojan Jevtic. Here is a link to his deviantart page:
Thanks in advance. If you need to choose a different digital artist, let me know ASAP.

The image included is the topic of your essay. Begin research on your image by

The image included is the topic of your essay.
Begin research on your image by analyzing and developing a comparative context for it. It is your job to identify relevant images for comparison.
Give your essay a title that clearly reflects your subject and findings.
Include “name” at the top of the first page.
At the end of your text, include .jpgs of all images that you refer to in your essay. Include Artist, Title, Date caption information for each image and label each image with a Figure number (e.g. Fig. 1). In your text, insert figure numbers where appropriate to refer to your illustrations.
Provide citations and documentation for any written sources you used, including print and digital books and articles and websites. Use MLA formatting.
Organize your essay in three sections: Introduction, Descriptive Analysis, and Comparative Analysis.
Begin your introduction by stating your main claim, thesis, or finding. Then outline the most important descriptive and comparative observations or evidence supporting your claim.
Include images of all artworks that you discuss at the end of your essay, along with caption information containing titles, artists, and dates.

A successful paper will clearly and concisely introduce the evidence selected to

A successful paper will clearly and concisely introduce the evidence selected to investigate the chosen research question (which should include both visual (artwork) as well as primary or other contextual data, such a literary sources, historical individuals or events, or other factors you deem relevant to your topic) before that evidence is analyzed, interpreted, or used to support an argument. Do NOT treat this project like a simple summary of all the knowledge you can find about your theme. Your paper
must propose a specific answer to the question that proposes something that goes beyond the surface knowledge presented by your source material.
Topic 1: Hellenistic – Romanesque Comparison
Explain how artists in the Hellenistic and Romanesque periods used the visual arts to elicit a specific emotional response from their viewers through the comparative analysis of two artworks or monuments, one from each period.
Objects: Nike (Winged Victory) of Samothrace
Last Judgment, Tympanum, Cathedral of St. Lazare, Autun (France)

I included a format, just fill in the document with your findings. And please do

I included a format, just fill in the document with your findings.
And please download the voice recording (it’s 1 hour lecture) from this website because it was too large to upload.
Download link:
Read the summary reflection file attached and fill it with what’s requested; : list quotes from the speaker; Lubna Saif Abbas, that she said and you found informative to you + a very short summary (5-6 sentences) about your findings, and note that I am a graphic design student, senior year, so that you can relate to it.


YOU WILL SELECT A WORK OF ART FROM LATIN AMERICA OR THE CARIBBEAN DURING THE COLD WAR PERIOD (1945-1991), and write about it in relation to the theme of the exhibition.
The objective of this short essay assignment is to engage you in critical analysis of forms and visual information as well as to use art historical methodologies. You will also explain why this work is relevant to the exhibition and why it should be included in it. Keep in mind that artistic value is as important as relevance when deciding what works to include and you need to demonstrate that this work meets both criteria.
Read the Guides to writing about art recommended in the syllabus. You will find sample essays there as well. I am also posting a reading here on BB – under Content/Materials for Exhibition.
ANALYZING THE WORK OF ART: TAKE LOTS OF NOTES, MAKE SKETCHES (that helps understanding the work’s composition, structure)
Pick a day when you will have 2-3 hours to spend with the work of art. Choose a work of art that you find particularly interesting or familiar. You are to write about it knowledgeably.
When you have chosen the work, spend some time looking at it from every possible angle (making a sketch can be useful). Take lots of notes on all the visual characteristics and elements you see. Think about the work’s lines, shapes, color, texture, composition, scale, materials, technique, etc. Identify the object’s subject matter as well as its style. You can always go back to the chapter on the language of art or the first slideshow.
Also think of the genre or technique of the object (portraiture, landscape, mosaic, metalwork). You will need as much information as possible once you start thinking of a thesis or claim about the meaning of the object that you want to write about. Then you will be able to begin writing your detailed outline or rough draft.
Write down the thoughts and feelings that the work instills in you. You are a viewer and the artists always take into account the viewer. If you see the work in person (museum, gallery, street), take notes about the relationship of the work with its surroundings. Is it well placed? Does it disrupt the space or inhabit it harmoniously?
These notes are VERY IMPORTANT. You are beginning to write through these notes, which are your visual evidence, and this is the best way to find your own voice. Be very careful to use your own words and ideas!
Keep in mind that you always need to Back Up Your Statements!
1. Record your first impression(s) of the artwork. What stands out? Is there a focal point (an area to which the artist wants your eye to be drawn)? If so, what formal elements led you to that area? Your impressions can help you reach your THESIS about its MEANING.
2. What is the Subject matter of the artwork? What concepts or ideas are explored in it?
3. Composition: How are the parts of the work arranged? Is there a stable or unstable composition? Is it dynamic? Full of movement? Or is it static?
4. Pose: If the work has figures, are the proportions believable? Realistic? Describe the pose(s). Is the figure active, calm, graceful, stiff, tense, or relaxed? Does the figure convey a mood? If there are several figures, how do they relate to each other (do they interact? not?)? Remember “pose” is the relationship of parts to one another, “stance” is the arrangement of the feet, and “posture” is skeletal.
5. Proportions: Does the whole or even individual parts of the figure(s) or natural objects in the work look natural? Why did you come to this conclusion?
6. Line: Are the outlines (whether perceived or actual) smooth, fuzzy, clear? Are the main lines vertical, horizontal, diagonal, or curved, or a combination of any of these? Are the lines jagged and full of energy? Sketchy? Geometric? Curvilinear? Bold? Subtle?
7. Space: If the artist conveys space, what type of space is used? What is the relation of the main figure to the space around it? Are the main figures entirely within the space (if the artwork is a painting), or are parts of the bodies cut off by the edge of the artwork? Is the setting illusionistic, as if one could enter the space of the painting, or is it flat and two-dimensional, a space that one could not possibly enter?
8. Texture: If a sculpture, is the surface smooth and polished or rough? Are there several textures conveyed? Where and How? If a painting, is there any texture to the paint surface? Are the brushstrokes invisible? Brushy? Sketchy? Loose and flowing? Or tight and controlled?
9. Light and Shadow: Are shadows visible? Where? Are there dark shadows, light shadows, or both? How do the shadows affect the work?
10. Scale or Size: How big is the artwork? Are the figures or objects in the work life-sized, larger or smaller than life? How does the size affect the work? Remember “size” is a quantitativ

I would like the writer ID: #472851 or the writer from Order #341244188, Include

I would like the writer ID: #472851 or the writer from Order #341244188,
Include in Paper: a new point of view. Writing should evidence your critical engagement with the readings based on Narcissister. The topic may be on race, gender/sex, class, etc. You may talk about her relationship with her parents.
Written critical response to the documentary as source material for citations and references.
1. Narcissister Organ Player

I will Attach the image list and most of the information needed to answer the qu

I will Attach the image list and most of the information needed to answer the questions comes from just search that along with the topic
Section 1: Identify the TEN (10) objects listed below from the IMAGE LIST corresponding to the material covered in each section.
David, Death of Marat
Turner, The Slave Ship
Courbet, The Stone Breakers
Manet, Olympia
Cezanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire
Van Gogh, Starry Night
Picasso, Still Life with Chair Caning
Gauguin, Where do we come from, . . .?
Duchamp, Fountain
Degas, Ballet Rehearsal
Identify each object listed above as follows:
1) Artist, if listed on Image List
2) Title, as listed on Image List
3) Approximate Date, as listed on Image List
4) Time Period/Art Historical Period/Culture, as listed on Image List
5) Significance of the Work of Art (4-5 sentences), written in your own words, using notes from lectures and readings/videos. NO OUTSIDE RESEARCH PLEASE.
******Since these are open-book, untimed quizzes, you will be graded on your paragraph on the significance of the work. Remember to connect the work to its art historical period and use corresponding art historical terms listed on your image list and from readings/lectures.
Section 2: Compare and Contrast essay. (total 25 points) This will be a short comparison essay (5-6 paragraphs, or around 1 to 1.5 page double-spaced). You may choose to write one (1) from the following two pairs of objects:
Pair 1: Renoir, Moulin de la Galette, Impressionism, 1876
Seurat, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884
Pair 2: Manet, A Bar at the Folies-Bergére, 1881, Impressionism
Matisse, Harmony in Red (Red Room), 1908-1909
Below is a useful link with instructions on how to compose a compare and contrast essay. The Art History Examination: Slide Comparisons
From Christina Maranci: A Survival Guide for Art History Students

check the instruction . you have to double check the each website as i have pro

check the instruction . you have to double check the each website as i have provided to you . do not miss the instruction . the paper requires 600-750 words which means One and half page for that .
Do not forget about use my materials provided .