Critically examining two works of art by finding their similarities and differences allows the viewer to better appreciate what they

Critically examining two works of art by finding their similarities and differences allows the viewer to better appreciate what theyare analyzing and how to articulate the differences between artists, time periods, content, etc. This will help promote thoughtfulconclusions and better appreciate each work and the choices that the artist made in its creation.You will compare two pieces of art from the selection below, and then write a 500 word (min) compare/ contrast essay. Use atleast three scholarly or reputable sources (no reference to Wikipedia sites). Utilize the assessment on Matisse’s Music Lessonand Piano Lesson from our chapter two lecture for assistance.
Include both images you are referencing in the body of the paper. Note where you have researched your information, and do nottake information directly from those sources. Although there is research involved, this should reflect what you have learned andwritten in your voice. Use a work cited page. There should be no more than 15% of this paper taken from other sources. If thepaper has been plagiarized and not cited properly, it will result in a zero, and taken to judicial affairs. Include word count, yourname, title of your paper, image, and cite your sources. It is advised to use MLA format when writing a paper such as this.
Works to compare: (only compare works in the same bulleted number)1. Jacques-Louis David, Death of Marat AND Edward Munch, Death of Marat2. Thomas Eakins, Max Schmitt in a Single Scull AND Claude Monet, Impression: Sunrise3. Michelangelo, David AND Keith Haring, Untitled 1984, Ink and DayGlo Enamel on fiberglass (Michelangelo sculpture)4. Auguste Rodin, The Kiss 1886 AND Constantin Brancusi, The Kiss 19165. Kehinde Wiley, Rumors of War, 2019 AND Frederick Moynihan, J.E.B. Stuart Monument in Richmond VA, 1907
• Describe it: What form or elements of art do you see in the piece? How would you describe the elements that you see?How is the work held together compositionally? What artistic terminology would you use to describe the piece? Identifythe artist, what period or style, title of work, medium, and subject matter. Identify style or characteristic of the work.How large is the work, what medium was used?
• Analyze it: What do you think is the most important part of this work? How do the symbols from the visual descriptionhelp you to relate to the work? What is the function of the work? What is it used for, why was it made, does itcommunicate a message?
• Interpret it: Do you feel the title it was appropriate for the work? Why do you think the artist made this work? What doyou feel the work is about?
• Relate to it: What does the work remind you of? What do you recognize?
• Evaluate it: What do you think is appropriate about the work? What do you feel could have been done more effectively?
• Context: What was happening during the time it was created? What is the content that drives the work? Think about thequalities of life during the time it was created. What was happening historically, politically, socially, religiously,intellectually, and economically? Speak about the aesthetic tastes or historical events that surround the work.
Compare/ Contrast Paper• Use a header, unique title, word count, work citation, and MLA formatting.• DO not take more than 15% from other sources.• Minimum of 500 words.• Only compare the works noted in each line item. You are not allowed to mix and match theses works and you mustchoose from these five line items.• When writing be concise and to the point.• Address your audience and start the essay with what you are discussing.• Explore the differences and similarities between the works using the ideals listed above.• Start with main concepts and then move to relevant details. State the obvious.• Use complete sentence and paragraph structures, indentations, and correct grammar. Each paragraph should focus onthe main topic.• Write a conclusion that sums up your discoveries and main points.• Include the TWO images that you are comparing. Make sure to cite your sources properly.