First of all, you will need to do research on the artist that has been assigned to you focusing on both his/her biographical details and the most relevant facts about his/her artistic career.
Secondly, you will choose three works of the artist that exemplify the totality of his/her major achievements and show different aspects of his/her artistic production. You will do a detailed and
a coherent analysis of each of the individual artworks trying to cover:
1) VISUAL ARTS (PAINTING, SCULPTURE, INSTALLATIONS, GRAPHIC WORKS, ETC.):
– Description and analysis of formal aspects
– Interpretation of the subject matter
– Discussion of the main sources of inspiration
– Evaluation of the artwork in relation to the biography of the artist
– Evaluation of the artwork in relation to its socio-political and historical context
– Evaluation of the significance of the artwork
Thirdly, you will need to find the connection between the artist that you are researching and the
ones studied in class and discuss it briefly.
Finally, you will write a conclusion in which you will make a reflection about the significance of your
researched artist in the canon of Western art.
You will need to write a 2,000-word essay with all your findings using in-text citations and adding a
bibliography at the end of the paper
1. Describe and analyze the formal aspects
a. Briefly describe the most important formal aspects of the painting, for instance, colors, light
and shade, space, movement, rhythm, etc. How did the artist created this image?
b. Describe the atmosphere that is created by the artist by manipulating the formal aspects
(realistic, idealistic, unreal, dramatic, mysterious, quiet, solemn, casual, relaxed, etc.)
c. Describe the materials being used in this artwork. Have they been considered traditionally
d. Analyze the style of the artwork. What was the style of the period? Did the artist work within
the stylistic tradition? Did the artist break free from tradition and prefer to pursue
experimentation and innovation?
2. Interpret the subject matter of the artworks
a. Identify the characters represented in the artwork, explain how they are organized, their
positions and gestures
b. Explain the subject matter of the artwork, the action that takes place and the story that is
c. Discuss at length what is the intrinsic meaning of the artwork. What is the deep meaning of
the artwork – the one that goes beyond the obvious?
d. Evaluate the motivations that might have been at play for the execution of the artwork. Why
did the artist create this artwork? What were the intentions of the artist in executing this
3. Evaluate the artwork in relation to the biography of the artist
a. Briefly explain the biographical facts of the artist that you consider relevant to understanding
the artwork. Is the artwork autobiographical? If yes, in which way? Does the artist identify
with any of the figures in the artwork? Do the characters in the artwork relate to the artist in
any way? Is the artwork a translation of any of the artist’s experiences, thoughts or feelings?
b. Explain at which point of the artistic career of the artist the artwork was executed. Were
these early, mature or late paintings?
4. Evaluate the artwork in relation to its context
a. Examine if the artwork reflects on any aspects or expresses any opinions about the socio-
political situation of the time. Is it a protest work? Is it a tribute to a particular historical event
or historical figure?
b. Discuss if the artwork was positively or negatively received by its contemporary audience
c. Analyze how the different genders are represented as well as genre powers
5. Evaluate the significance of the artwork
a. Discuss the sources of inspiration of the artist and the influences of other artists or artworks.
In which way the artist continues with tradition?
b. Give rank to the artwork in relation to other works and considering originality. In which way
the artist innovates and challenges tradition? How successful is the painting in achieving the
artist’s intended purpose? What is the position that this artwork has in the canon of art?
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