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Essay Instructions: the topic for this paper is compare and contrast the use of line in the works of vincent van gogh and sol lewitt. any referances must come from this book "a world of art" 7th ed. central texas college edition. writen by sayre, henry m. chapters 4 thru 6 and it has to be over 250 words
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Essay Instructions: The essay is about an art work.
The art work is '' Woman with a Spade seen from Behind'' by Vincent van Gogh painted in 1885.
This essay should attempt to present and evaluate the work of art within its historical setting( thoughts and ideas, problems and issues encompassing that subject). May be, you should put yourself into the situation where you try to explain the importance and value of this particular work to someone more or less ignorant. The essay should be concise and brief.
You also need to compare this art work with ''The Shop girl'' by Jacques-Joseph Tissot'' (just about in one paragraph)
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Essay Instructions: Title: Paintings, colors and self portrait
Vincent Van Gogh Thesis:
•Must be 1.5 spacing, 12 font, and time roman, justify.
•Must use as references the Letters to Theo.
•Must include Paul Gauguin, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Paul Signac, Paul Cezanne, Georges Seurat, Claude Monet as comparison, differences, influences and development in Vincent’s life and paintings.
•Must include pictures of paintings of Vincent and other artists that are used to compare or contrast to describe and used as references to what the chapter is about. The size of these pictures must take no more than half a page while the other half must continue with the written work.
•Must include an index.
•Each chapter should have more or less equal amount of pages. (50 pages total including the introduction.)
•Must include at least 20 references.
•Must include all the necessary footnotes required each time a citation or reference is use.
•Must include all the necessary pictures of paintings necessary to make the reader understand the thesis.
•The introduction must include a brief summary of the life of Vincent Van Gogh and topics used in the chapters.
•Must include why I choose this topic.
•Must include a brief summary of the three chapters.
•Must include methodology.
•The length of the introduction must be between 5 to 7 pages.
Chapter 1: The change from black to color: Painting the reality, nature and truth
•How his reality went against the academy.
•How his concept of beauty was far from his reality.
•How art, in search of the authenticity of truth, is only found in humble and simple form.
•How he created paintings with not only what his eyes could see, but also tried to capture its spirit and emotions, always searching nature’s essentials.
•Include pictures of painting relevant to the topic.
Chapter 2:The power of color
•How he became obsessed with colors.
•How the colors were a discovery that originated by the interest the ones feel for paintings’ history.
•How there are things in colors that came from Vincent as he painted that he did not know before.
•Explain how the color black does not exist (Letters to Theo).
•How Vincent realizes that his color palettes are too dark; that it needs more light.
•Make a distinction between night colors and day colors and why he says that colors changes depending on the intensity of the light and of the time of the day or night.
•Include pictures of paintings relevant to the topic.
Chapter 3:Self portrait: The walking man
•Why his self portrait became his obsession.
•How he incorporated in every self portrait different colors depending of the circumstances surrounding him (like the city where he was living, his peers, and his state of mind).
•Include pictures of paintings to compare and contrast each portrait.
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Essay Instructions: This is a (art history) research paper on Vincent Van Gogh. The main ideas should revolve around how Van Gogh was a Dutch post-impressionist painter whose work had a far-reaching influence on 20th century art for its vivid colors and emotional impact; He is generally considered to be the greatest Dutch painter after Rembrandt, though he had little success during his lifetime.
And so, the over arching thesis should revolve around: still, his life was to become one of uncertainty and madness, involving largely his own need to find a niche and the undeniable love for art; this man was Vincent van Gogh.
There needs to be an overview of the artist's life, artistic training and lineage, any movements he was affiliated with as well as any political position he was known for, so that it can be clear at what point the artist created the works that are being analyzed (below) and what distinguishes his vision which situates the work within the realm of art history. There also needs to be a clear section/body of the paper about Vincent’s relationship with his brother Theo and how their letters to one another played such an emotional and important role in Van Gogh's life and artistic carrier.
The works that need to be incorporated into the research paper to support the over all theme and thesis are: The Potato Eaters, (1885), Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear, (1889) Imperial Fritillaries in a Copper Vase, (1886) The Church in Auvers-sur-Oise, (1890). But, please feel free to add any others as seen fit.
Some key aesthetic characteristics to include in research paper about the works (but not limited to): *color theory, subject matter, representation, historical style, individual style, purpose, function, location, historical significance, historical context, composition, style, size, line, volume, mass, plane, perspective??"linear perspective, color, medium/media, degree of finish and surface texture of lack thereof, coloration and color relationships (color theory), iconography and placement of elements.
Please write as if the audience does not necessarily see what the writer sees, so one needs to persuade and infrom the audience. When writing the research paper, write for an audience that may or may not have seen the work(s), so please describe to conjure the work(s) on the page.
Lastly, there should be quotations from the artist, critics then and now, and letters that support the over all theme of the research paper. Sources need to be scholarly, articles are OK, too, as long as they are from a creditable newspaper or magazine; 1-2 per page and footnotes are preferred.
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