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This assignment is concerned with formal elements, iconography (subject matter), and historical and cultural context. You are to write a research paper of at least three full pages of narrative text. The paper must include your own analysis of the topic using supporting information from at least three different scholarly sources, which must be books and articles in the MSU Billings Library or full-text articles available in databases (JSTOR, Expanded Academic, Academic Search Premiere, etc.) accessed through the Library’s “Get Articles” link. Do not use Wikipedia or other non-scholarly internet sources. You may reference your textbook, encyclopedias, and dictionaries, but they do not count as one of your three sources.You do not only have to use books and articles on art to research your topic. Books and articles on history, religion, and politics may be just as useful.

Topic:Choose three landscape paintings pictured in your textbook.They must be from different cultures (for example, American, Chinese, British, German, etc.).Compare and contrast the three paintings formally and in terms of iconography, placing each within their historical and cultural context.

Make sure you take into account period style (for example, French Baroque, British Romanticism, Chinese literati painting, etc.). How is the painting representative of this style? What are the historical and cultural factors that inform this style?

Also take into consideration the site being represented. Is it actual or imaginative? If actual, what is the significance of this site? What social, political and/or religious issues are raised by the painting?

You must document your sources within your text with footnotes, endnotes or parenthetical documentation. Art History uses the Chicago Manual of Style citation format; therefore, footnotes or endnotes are preferred.However, if you are familiar with MLA or APA, they are acceptable. I am primarily concerned with consistency. For assistance, consult the books on reserve in the library for this course: Look!: The Fundamentals of Art History, A Short Guide to Writing About Art, Writing About Art, and Thinking and Writing About Art History. If you click on “Citation Help” on the MSU Billings Library home page, you can also find information on the various citation styles.Also see the Library Research guide for Art at http://libguides.msubillings.edu/art

WRITE an organized, typed, double-spaced, paper with one-inch margins on all fours sides and twelve-point Times New Roman font.Your paper should have an introduction, middle and a conclusion.Include photocopies of artworks not pictured in your textbook.

You are to upload an electronic copy (Microsoft Word document), where it will be evaluated by TurnItIn for originality.

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Running head: ART


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Art has deemed to stand as a social representation, or rather a tool of communication over

time. There are various forms of art that can be opted based on the creativity and technology
chosen by the creators. Most importantly, the chosen forms should propagate the intended
meanings to the target, as well as being delivered in the most appealing manner (Cotton, 2009).
The write-up shall present three paintings, primarily by describing their composition and the
culture of its indigenous natives.
The painting below is of a city called Teotihuacan in Mexico. It is exactly30 miles
towards the north of Mexico City. It emerged to be one of the earliest cities to have experienced
rapid growth in the first millennium CE. Consequently, it arose to be the first urban center. The
city has a population of at least 125,000 and this makes it one of the largest cities in America and
the world as a whole. One of the main reason for its dominance is because of the vast market it
has for the high quality obsidian. The volcanic stone that is seen in the picture is essentially made
into various vessels and tools and it was actually traded for luxury items such as the green
feathers of the quetzal bird that was used for priestly headdress. Additionally, the spotted fur of
the jaguar that was used primarily for the ceremonial garments. It is important to note that the
people of Teotihuacan essentially worshiped many deities that were particularly recognized by
those who worshiped the later Mesoamerican people. Teotihuacan’s principal monument
comprises of the pyramid of the sun, the Ciudadela, and the pyramid of the moon. The city acts
as the principal political and religious center for more than 60,000 people (Medina-Elizalde and
Rohling, 2012)


The painting below represents the homeland of the Maya people which is found towards

the southern part of the Mesoamerica and this includes Yucatan Peninsula and also the land of
many other present-day countries such as Belize, Guatemala and the Western Part of the
Honduras and Salvador. From ...

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