The instructions are attached. The two art pieces that need to be analyzed are “The Birth of Bacchus” by Giulio Romano (Giulio Pippi) and “Mythological Scene” by Dosso Dossi. 5 pages. Attached are some pages from the textbook that have definitions of certain terms that are needed for the analysis. The textbook is called “Exploring Art: A Global, Thematic Approach” by Margaret Lazzari but I cannot attach the book to the files it is too large of a file.
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ART 315: Research Paper
Visit a local art museum (such as Norton Simon Museum of Art, The Getty Center, The Getty Villa, or
the Los Angeles County Museum of Art), select two artworks, and write a compare/contrast paper about
your museum experience. The pieces must be by different artists. Describe the location of the artworks,
how they are presented in the museum, and discuss the difference between the direct experience (seeing
the artwork in person) and a mediated experience (seeing it in reproduction).
Include a formal analysis (line, color, texture, shape), content analysis (subject matter, iconography,
symbolism), historical context (social and political conditions, historical events, economic trends, cultural
and religious attitudes, geography, other works of art), physical surroundings (location, environment),
method of encounter (sight, sound, touch, taste, smell), and writings about art (formalist, ideological,
psychoanalytic, structuralism, post-structuralism, deconstruction, feminist, relational aesthetics). See
Canvas for examples.
This paper should be a minimum of 5 pages in length, typed, double-spaced, 12 pt. font, free of all
spelling and grammatical errors, no plagiarism, with a clear, well-supported thesis. The bibliography of
sources should follow the Chicago Style formatting with footnotes and bibliography, at least three peer
reviewed and/or scholarly books or articles (the TEXT does not count as one of these three sources), with
a clear, well supported thesis.
You are required to attach a photograph of yourself in the museum with your artworks. Parking
passes are not acceptable.
Please schedule an appointment with the Writing Center for writing assistance and ask the reference
librarian for research help especially if you are unclear about how to cite and format sources and where to
find academic data bases.
As you gather your resources, keep track of the full bibliographical information (author, title, place of
publication, publisher, date of publication, page numbers, URLs, creation or modification dates on Web
pages, and your date of access) Remember that an article without bibliographical information is useless
since you cannot cite its source. Plagiarism is definitely out of the question. Accurately document all
ideas borrowed or quotes used.
You must cite the source for any words or ideas that are not your own, when you quote exact words, and
when you paraphrase.
STEP 1. STATE YOUR THESIS: The main portion of your essay will consist of arguments to support
and defend this belief. Some defining features of a thesis:
a one- or two- sentence statement that explicitly outlines the purpose or point of your paper. A
thesis is to a paper what a topic sentence is to a paragraph
it should point toward the development or course of argument the reader can expect your
argument to take
because the rest of the paper will support or back up your thesis, a thesis is normally placed at or
near the end of the introductory paragraph.
it is an assertion that a reasonable person could disagree with if you only gave the thesis and no
other evidence. It is not a fact or casual observation; it must beg to be proved. And someone
should be able to theoretically argue against it (how successfully will depend of course on how
persuasive you are)
it takes a side on a topic rather than simply announcing that the paper is about a topic (the title
should have already told your reader your topic). Don’t tell a reader about something; tell them
what about something. Answer the questions “how?” or “why?”
STEP 2. MAKE AN OUTLINE: The purpose of an outline is to help you think through your topic
carefully and organize it logically before you start writing. A good outline is the most important step in
writing a good paper. Check your outline to make sure that the points covered flow logically from one to
the other. Include in your outline an INTRODUCTION, a BODY, and a CONCLUSION.
INTRODUCTION – State your thesis and the purpose of your research paper clearly. State also how you
plan to approach your topic. Explain briefly the major points you plan to cover in your paper and why
readers should be interested in your topic.
BODY – This is where you present your arguments to support your thesis statement. Remember the Rule
of 3, i.e. find 3 supporting arguments for each position you take. Begin with a strong argument, then use a
stronger one, and end with the strongest argument for your final point.
CONCLUSION – Restate your thesis. Summarize your arguments. Explain why you have come to this
particular conclusion and the significance of your argument.
STEP 3. WRITE YOUR FIRST DRAFT AND REVISE
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