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Art History

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Throughout the course, we have discussed how artworks manifest the influence of larger philosophical movements. Compare and contrast the influence of Enlightenment thinking on the art of the 18th century with the influence of Humanism on the art of the Renaissance. Use the analyses of David’s Oath of the Horatii and Raphael’s School of Athens as a base for your comparison.

Figure 17-9  Raphael, Philosophy (School of Athens), Stanza della Segnatura, Apostolic Palace, Rome, Italy.jpg Figure 21-26  Jacques-Louis David, Oath of the Horatii.jpg
Raphael, Philosophy (School of Athens), 1509–1511, 16′ 5″ x 25′ 3″ Jacques-Louis David, Oath of the Horatii, 1874, 10′ 8″ x 13′ 9″

Please review the grading rubric attached to this assignment:

A+/100%/

Outstanding

A/90%/Excellent/

Very Good

B/80%/

Good

C/70%/

Satisfactory

D/60%/Unsatisfactory/

Needs Improvement

F
A fully developed essay (intro, 2-4 body paragraphs, conclusion). The introduction includes a clear, well-focused thesis or topic sentence. In the body paragraphs, main ideas are clear and are well supported by detailed and accurate information presented in a logical progression. Specific visual and contextual evidence is accurately used to analyze the similarities between the two works. Specific visual and contextual evidence is accurately used to analyze the differences between the two works. The meaning transmitted in the selected works of art is accurately explained. The conclusion is strong. Vocabulary and terminology are used appropriately and correctly. No grammatical or spelling errors. A fully developed essay (intro, 2-4 body paragraphs, conclusion). The introduction includes a clear, well-focused thesis or topic sentence. In the body paragraphs, main ideas are clear but are not always well supported by detailed and accurate information or not always presented in a logical progression. Specific visual and contextual evidence is somewhat accurately used to analyze the similarities between the two works. Specific visual and contextual evidence is somewhat accurately used to analyze the differences between the two works. The meaning transmitted in the selected works of art is somewhat accurately explained. The conclusion is strong. Vocabulary and terminology are used appropriately and correctly. No major grammatical or spelling errors. A fully developed essay (intro, 2-4 body paragraphs, conclusion). The introduction includes thesis or topic sentence, which lacks clarity. In the body paragraphs, main ideas are somewhat clear but are not well supported by detailed and accurate information and not always presented in a logical progression. Few visual and contextual evidence is used to analyze the similarities between the two works. Few visual and contextual evidence is used to analyze the differences between the two works. The meaning transmitted in the selected works of art is not explained. The conclusion is weak. Art Historical vocabulary and terminology are used appropriately, but there are some grammatical or spelling errors. An essay is not fully developed. The introduction is missing or does not include a clear thesis or topic sentence. In the body paragraphs, main ideas are not clear and not supported by detailed information. No (or inaccurate) visual and contextual evidence is used to analyze the similarities between the two works. No (or inaccurate) visual and contextual evidence is used to analyze the differences between the two works. Overall, content relates peripherally to the question; might contain significant factual errors. There is no clear conclusion. Ordinary word choice; use of art historical vocabulary and terminology avoided. Some serious grammatical errors (but they don’t impair communication). An essay is not developed and is poorly written. Statements are not supported by any detail or explanation, with repetitious, incoherent, illogical development. Content is unrelated to question or doesn’t fulfill the requirements of compare and contrast. Limited vocabulary; grammatical errors impair communication. No answer

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  • You are expected to write a 4-6 paragraph essay (intro, 2-4 body, conclusion).
  • The body paragraphs must be substantial, with at least 8 sentences in each. Please use the template 8_Sentence Body Paragraph Template with transitions (1).doc to construct your essay.
  • Don’t forget to review the grading rubric above.

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