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1. Selection of the Art Object (This artist has been assigned to you after submitting a ranking of 5 artists to your professor. Please do not pick a different artist. Make sure you artist is approved before proceeding. Pick a representational work of art by your assigned artist.

Assigned Artist: Rembrandt 

Directions: The assignment asks you to repeat that which you had done for Preparatory Formal Analysis Written Exercise #2 with one difference, the choice of another representational painting is completely and solely yours to make. (The same artist will serve in Formal Analyses 3-5 and for the final you will choose a different work of art for LP8.)

Using the textbook (or another source, even off the Internet, if you like), choose any colored reproduction or colorplate of a representational (any art that reproduces reality with little or no change or distortion) painting as the subject. Please do not choose an abstract or non-represenational work! You must send the instructor a link to your chosen work of art or must attach it in your mail message.  

Remember (and I cannot stress this enough): The painting (and artist) that you pick for Formal Analyses Exercises 3-5 (Assignments 9, 12 and 15) will be help you gather all the material you need for your final paper. If you complete these exercises thoroughly, your final paper, though based on a different work of art by your artist, will shape up really well! 

THIS ASSIGNMENT WILL BE GRADED STERNLY!


2. Identification of the Art Object (Answer questions A - F):

Identify the art object (the painting) of your choice by providing the following information
A. Title of the Work, if known: 
B. Artist or School, if known: 
C.Year Completed, if known: 
D.Medium Used, if known:
E.Where Made or Found, if known:
F.Current Location, if known:


3. Objective Description of the Art Object's Subject Matter (its outer appearance; a description in detail.)
(Answer question I):

G. Provide an objective description only of the selected art object in the space below. Do not attempt to explain what is going on, to interpret or evaluate the work at this point. Just list the things viewed and their spatial relationship to others in one or more well-considered paragraph*as appropriate to the subject and needed content. 

*REMINDER: Please note, in this course, a well-considered paragraph minimally has a topic sentence with four (4) or more sentences that are both logical in content and correct in writing mechanics and style.


4. Examination of the Art Object's Medium/Technique/Process Used
(Answer questions H - I):

H.Identify and medium: 

I. Recapitulate in some detail the technique or process used (the basic tools and steps the artist would generally use) to create the work from its initial idea to the finished work in one or more well-considered paragraph*: 

The textbook may have sufficient information for this aspect to be satisfactorily completed, however, it may be necessary in the future for you to do some research on your own beyond the scope of the textbook alone in order to satisfactorily complete the upcoming Formal Analysis of you own.

REMEMBER TO KEEP A BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD OF YOUR RESOURCES FOR THIS AND ALL OF THE REST OF THE FORMAL ANALYSIS EXERCISES(author's name, title of book or publication, year published and publisher and location of publication company) AS YOU RESEARCH INFORMATION. YOU ARE EXPECTED TO CREDIT RESOURCES IN YOUR FINAL PAPER. KEEPING GOOD RECORDS OF RESOURCES INCLUDING PAGE NUMBERS IF FROM A TEXT AND PARAGRAPH NUMBERS IF FROM A WEB RESOURCE WILL HELP YOU WHEN YOU WRITE YOUR FINAL PAPER.

*REMINDER: Please note, in this course, a well-considered paragraph minimally has a topic sentence with four (4) or more sentences that are both logical in content and correct in writing mechanics and style.


5. Examination of the Art Object's Composition (Its Form Organization):

J. Indicate which of the Art Elements found in the Art Object's composition from the list found below (Clue: rarely, if at all, is any not to be found and used to some degree or other SO BE THOROUGH ON ASSESSING THE ELEMENTS!) All elements must be addressed, and you must support your argument if you believe an element is missing! Check off those present:
 _____1. Line
 _____2. Shape
 _____3. Space
 _____4. Light and Color
 _____5. Texture
 _____6. Pattern
 _____7. Time and Motion

K. For EACH element locate and describe a specific incidence or use of each element as found/used in the Art Object's composition in one or more well-considered paragraph*as appropriate to the subject and needed content. (HINT: USE TERMS APPROPRIATE TO EACH OF THE ELEMENTS! See the sample!) 

An Example : 
1. LineA black outline is used by the artist to separate the colors of the face. There are contour lines around the edge of his face. In the background there is a horizontal line separating the sky from the earth. Also, there is an implied line (line of sight) coming from his eyes looking right at the viewer. There are curvy and diagonal lines in the branches of the trees.

*REMINDER: Please note, in this course, a well-considered paragraph minimally has a topic sentence with four (4) or more sentences that are both logical in content and correct in writing mechanics and style.

L.Indicate which of the Art Principles are to be found or used in the Art Object's composition from the list found below (Clue: rarely, if at all, is any not to be found and used to some degree or other SO BE THOROUGH ON ASSESSING PRINCIPLES!) All principles must be addressed, and you must support your argument if you believe a principle is missing! Check off those present : 

 _____1. Balance
 _____2. Emphasis and Focal Point
 _____3. Scale and Proportion
 _____4. Repetition and Rhythm
 _____5. Unity and Variety

M. Locate and describe a specific incidence or use of EACH Art Principle as found/used in the Art Object's composition in one or more well-considered paragraph*as appropriate to the subject and needed content. (HINT: USE TERMS APPROPRIATE TO EACH OF THE ART PRINCIPLES! See the sample!) 

An Example:

1.Balance: When I drop a vertical line down the center of my selected painting, the visual weight of the work is concentrated on one side. Because the left side of the painting is populated and the right side has more empty (negative) space it is asymmetrical. There is much more happening on the left side than the right. This sense of asymmetry is furthered through the intense colors on the left side as opposed to the muted colors on the right side.

*REMINDER: Please note, in this course, a well-considered paragraph minimally has a topic sentence with four (4) or more sentences that are both logical in content and correct in writing mechanics and style.


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