I will attach an empty form. . I will send you the wrong one that was originally sent and was incorrect. Please modify the correct the wrong one or use your own source. Please do a correct one. follow the directions and make sure work is cited.. Let me know if there are any questions Thanks
My incorrect original assignment LI
It appears that you have plagiarized your Description comments from the Museum of Fine Arts Boston web site.
Neumann University as well as all colleges and universities do not allow plagiarism.
Please go to the Neumann University web site and read the information on Academic Honesty, which includes plagiarism.
However, after careful consideration, in regard to the Description response, I believe that perhaps you forgot to use quotation marks and to cite the source, rather than plagiarizing the written work.
Therefore, I am not reporting this to the NU Vice-President of Academic Affairs.
BUT, I would like you to do the all of the responses in this critique assignment again and write them in your own words. Then resubmit this assignment.
Always write everything in your own words. In the Description section, tell me what you see. If you see a man holding a teapot, say that. When you write something, be sure that you understand everything you are writing about and the meaning of the words you are using.
It is important not to copy anything in any of the assignments and in your ELP work.
You will notice in the NU Academic Honesty policy statement, your second offense means you would fail the course. You have worked too hard and have come so far for your degree to have any problems with plagiarism.
Redo this assignment in your own words.
This was the assignment I submitted: Thank You please modify or do another. Thank you
Location or Place Work of Art Was Viewed: _______ Museum of Fine Arts Bosto www.mfa.org/collections/object/paul-revere-32401 __________________________
Date Work of Art Was Viewed: ______February 15, 2017_____________________________________
CRITIQUE OF A WORK OF VISUAL ART
OBSERVATION & DESCRIPTION:
OBSERVATION – INCLUDE:
DESCRIPTION: Write a General description of the selected work of art. – (Tell what you see).
This is a painting of Paul Revere dressed in shirtsleeves and shown at work. Revere is shown half-length, seated behind a highly polished table and casually attired. He also cradles his chin in his right hand and regards the viewer as if he has just looked up from the teapot in his left hand. The pot is finished but remains undecorated.
(The Elements of Art & Principles of Design are listed. Discuss each in relation to your selected work of visual art).
Line- There is vertical lines, which are a good illustration of his upright posture.
Color-The color is hue since it entails a mixture of several colors in an appropriate manner.
Texture-The texture is smooth although some areas like the teapot appear a bit rough.
Shape- The general shape of the portrait is rectangular.
Form-The form is free flowing with indentations.
Space-The space is two-dimensional
Value-The value is middle gray since there are balanced levels of black and white color.
Elements of Art:
Principles of Design:
Rhythm & Movement The look of Revere makes one conclude that he has just ended looking at the teapot and adjusted his eyes towards the viewer. The rhythm is exciting and active.
Balance The balance is symmetrical showing stability of Revere posture.
Proportion The proportion is varying with the main focus being on Revere and the teapot. Variety & Emphasis There is emphasis by contrast with the bright white shirt draw the eye to the man creating emphasis. The variety is achieved by using strong contrast.
Harmony The harmony is achieved by using different patterns and shapes such as that of a teapot and table.
(Ask and answer questions such as:
What is the artist saying in the work of art?
The open shirt of Revere reveals possibly an untied stock beneath. This is because the open shirt and the waistcoat worn without a jacket are associated with the work clothes.
What does this work of art mean?
In his portrait of Revere, Copley presented an idealized image of the artisan at work.
What were the artist’s intentions when he/she created the work of art?
This is however contrasted by the fact that other aspects such as cleanliness as well as the gold buttons do not accurately reflect the garments worn by Revere play his trade but rather to advertise Revere`s products.
EVALUATION & JUDGMENT:
(Write in the third person, but state your opinion of the “success” of the work of art and WHY).
The painting having by using oil on canvas shows a high mastery of color, which is a great success to achieve, and demands a lot of patience. Moreover, the elements of art and principles of design in this work are clearly brought out which includes value of color illustrated by dark areas and light ones across his face, texture as depicted by folds in his shirt and appearance of the teapot among others. These elements and principles all work together to form a full composition. In summary, Copley`s portrait of Paul Revere is very realistic and detailed.
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