5 double-spaced pages with 1-inch margins and 12-point font. The first line of each paragraph must be indented
a ½ inch. Do not skip an extra line between paragraphs. Submit PDF documents through the paper-assignment
drop box on Blackboard.
Using two artworks as examples, write an essay about how context affects art. You may consider
different types of context, including: historical, social, cultural, religious, and political. You may choose any
painting, sculpture, or architecture as your examples, as long as they are from the scope of this course (European
art, circa 1300–1800).
The paper must include: an introduction that presents a specific thesis and your examples; a focused and detailed
argument in the body of the paper; and a conclusion that summarizes your argument. By the end of the
introduction, it should be clear exactly what the whole paper will address, including which artworks you
analyze. This paper must meet basic standards of college-level work, including correct grammar and
punctuation. Spell-check and proofread to catch basic errors.
For your research, you must use and cite at least three sources other than your textbook, smarthistory.org, or
khanacademy.org. Your research can be from books, journals, or online resources.
NOTE: if you use Internet resources, they must be valid academic ones. Only use online resources affiliated
with established reference sites (such as Oxford Art Online) or the official sites of educational or art institutions
such as colleges, universities, and museums. Only use online resources found through the FIT Library portal or
through other library websites.
Websites ending in .com, Wikipedia, and sites such as italianrenaissance.org are not acceptable.
Your sources must be cited with footnotes and a bibliography, as described below.Do not use more than three or four quotes. Quotes should be shorter than four lines.
Avoid personalization. Do not write this paper like a diary or personal journal. The words “I” and “me” should
not appear in your paper. Do not use colloquial, informal, conversational language.
Do not call a work of art a “piece” unless you are writing about something actually in pieces.
The first time you mention a work of art, provide the date.
Do not begin your introduction with general statements such as “Throughout history, art has been
Do not use abbreviations (it’s, isn’t, don’t, aren’t, couldn’t, etc.) in formal writing.
Write out numbers between one and one hundred.
A century is hyphenated only when it is an adjective: “His fifteenth-century sculpture was significant…” but
“The fifteenth century was revolutionary …”
FOOTNOTES & BIBLIOGRAPHY
Your sources must be cited with footnotes at the bottom of the page and in a bibliography at the end of the
These guidelines for the Humanities are from the Chicago Manual of Style. Please consult it or a comparable
writing guide for more details on the “Chicago style” or “Chicago format,” which is the required citation format.
Titles of books or magazines are in italics. Titles of articles or chapters are in “quotes.” Pay close attention to
punctuation and abbreviations (for instance, pp. = pages and p. = page).
The footnote number goes after all punctuation and quotation marks. As in this example, footnotes are marked
by a small, raised number at the end of the sentence.1. The actual reference is listed at the bottom of the page. Do
not use parenthetical citations. Footnotes are numbered sequentially through the paper, even if you cite the same
source more than once; they do not start over with every page and footnote numbers are never repeated. When
you footnote a source that you have already cited, use just the author’s last name followed by the page number.
For example: Alvarez, p. 63. BIBLIOGRAPHY:
A bibliography of works cited must appear at the very end of your paper. Sources must be listed alphabetically
by authors’ last names. When a bibliography entry is longer than one line, subsequent lines must be
indented a half-inch, like this paragraph (a “hanging” indent).
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