SUNY at Binghamton History of Modern Art Design Paper

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Help me write a paper on history of modern art design. At least one image per page, two plates total must be from Raizman’s text.

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Select one of the authentic art movements discussed during the term, a complete list can be found in the syllabus located in the CID module. Your assignment is to write and create a short research paper that explains and defines the movement you selected. The initial aspect of the assignment should be approached in the traditional sense of research and reporting, in addition and equal to the traditional approach, the paper should represent the overarching concept of Form Matches Content. The general idea of Form Matches Content can be defined as creating a product that visually represents its meaning, another way to articulate the idea of FMC is that the product should look like what it means. The FMC aspect of your research project is to create the paper as if it’s a product of the movement, meaning, the paper should visually represent the esthetic, characteristics and traits of the selected movement. Herb Lubalin (1918-1981) was masterful at transforming typography to convey the meaning of the word(s). His work provides us with a good example of FMC, however keep in mind the idea of FMC is not limited to the application of typography, consider FMC as a concept that is applicable to most applied disciplines. Format: Minimum five pages, one cover page and four content (including images) plus citation or works cited pages (as many as needed) Approximately 800-1000 words total. Use font Times Roman 11 point for the body text of the report. Cover page should include: Title, Sub-head (if needed), Your Name, ART 113 History of Modern Design, Professor Zeggert, Date Think of the cover page as a way to visually establish and represent your movement and set the tone for the rest of the project. The content of the paper should include: Introduction: Brief and to the point, write tight and bright Comprehensive content: Explain and define the movement, the contributors and any social trends relevant of the period To contextualize your report, use the 3 (Is) framework, (from the Introduction Module) address the Impact, Interest and Importance of the movement Use the formal elements as a foundation for your discussion, especially when discussing the esthetic of the movement, include opinion if appropriate Conclusion: this can be forward looking, too Images: At least one image per page, two plates total must be from Raizman’s text. The objects in Raizman's textbook are fairly well known. Nevertheless, you'll need to do library and/or Internet research to complete this assignment. Image credits: Should be placed below the lower right of the image and read as: Title of work (italicized), artist. Example: The Kiss, Gustav Klimt Credit font and size: Arial, 9 point Number pages and sub-title Works Cited page(s): This page should be titled: "Works Cited", arranged items in alphabetical order, should include (but not be limited to), Raizman's History of Modern Design. ...
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History of Modern Art Design –Outline
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Introduction
A. Ferber (2010) defines art movement as a style in art with a particular philosophy
or goal which is followed by a group of artists within a specific period, usually
years or decades

II. Romanticism
A. Romanticism was essential in shaping the modern view of art. It emerged in
the mid-1800s as a revolt against neoclassicism
B. Romanticism incorporated individuality and subjectivity to disagree with the
overemphasis on the logical thought
C. Romanticism appreciated personal imagination and intuition in art, and these
ideas significantly made it an Avant-garde in which feelings, mood, and
emotions of all kind, including spirituality, became the center of art
D. Romanticism artists focused on the fact that sense and emotions were also
very significant in understanding and experiencing the world and not just
reason and order
E. Proper romanticism followed several related developments from the mid-18th
century, which can be defined as pre-romanticism.
F. In France, the primary romantic painters included baron Antoine Gross who
painted great pictures of the incidences of the Napoleonic wars as well as
Theodore Gericault who portrayed the romanticism concept of individual
heroism and suffering in the image the raft of Medusa.

G. Romanticism movement had a significant impact during the 19th and 20th
century. For instance, this movement was tightly bounded up with the rise of
the newly found nationalism.
H. The romantic artist of the time used art as media through which they could
communicate about social vices and promote political propaganda


Running head: HISTORY OF MODERN ART DESIGN

History of Modern Art Design
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HISTORY OF MODERN ART DESIGN

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History of Modern Art Design
Ferber (2010) defines art movement as a style in art with a particular philosophy or goal,
which is followed by a group of artists within a specific period, usually years or decades. There
is however no strict rules that determine what makes up an art movement except the fact that
artists that associate with particular movement strictly adhere to guiding principles while those
who belong to another share little in common. Art movements are historically crucial in grouping
artist of a specific period or style, making it easy to understand them within a particular context.
Grouping artist of similar interest and style into one specific movement is a characteristic of
modern art that grew popular when each movement seemed to bring up a new concept in the
field. While several art movements evolved in the 19th century, one significant movement was
romanticism (Ferber 2010).
Romanticism was essential in shaping the modern view of art. It emerged in the mid1800s as a revolt against neoclassicism. The movement increased through the rest of the 18th
century and 19th century across Europe and the United States to confront the dominant rational
ideal that dominated during the period of enlightenment. Romanticism did not agree with
classical art, practiced in the ancient Greece and Rome and which emphasized on reasoned and
mathematical elements because it was too confining. Although romanticism browed some
aspects from the neoclassic arts such as perspective and proportion, it ventured beyond to inject
some sense of humor and personal creativity in art.
Romanticism incorporated individuality and subjectivity to disagree with the
overemphasis on the logical thought. Artists who subscribed to this movement began exploring...

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Thanks, good work

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