Need art assingment of only three masterpieces inthe 19th, 20th century from realism to Post WWll?
Final Exam Prompt The Imaginary Exhibition In 3-5 double-spaced pages (1" margins, Times New Roman font), please address the following in formal writing:
Imagine you are organizing a community exhibition of art from the 19th and 20th centuries. Your goal is to sum up and clearly explain the period styles and context of art during those time periods.
You can select only ONE artwork from each style, with a total of THREE masterpieces for the entire exhibition (note you may include a model of a building, should you want to include architecture).
You can't cover everything! Which three best sum up the transformations from Realism to post-WWII art? Explain your choice to your reader, being sure to inform him or her about the basic facts of the historical period, the artwork, and how it exemplifies the characteristics of the period style.
No introduction or conclusion paragraph is necessary.
Just start with your first choice. Good luck!
This is a classic art history final exam question, time-tested by tradition.
No late work will be accepted. Final Exam Rubric Feedback will be limited to letter grades and this explanatory rubric.
A - All three works are explained in clear academic prose. The explanations accurately characterize the chosen works, period styles, and historical contexts. There are little to no spelling or grammar errors, and the voice remains formal.
B- Writing is clear, with some mechanical errors. The explanations are free of major inaccuracies, but one part of the response may be incomplete or inaccurate. There may be some spelling or grammar errors, and the voice remains formal.
C - Writing is clear, with some mechanical errors. The explanations are generically accurate, but limited to Wikipedia-style encyclopedia generalities. There are errors across the explanations. Significant spelling or grammar errors may be present, and the voice may lapse into informal, blog-like conversational prose.
D - Writing may or may not be clear, with some mechanical errors. The explanations are mostly inaccurate, with some redeeming qualities showing a genuine struggle with course content. Significant spelling or grammar errors may be present, and the voice may lapse into informal, "blog-like" conversational prose. F - Essay is illogical, uninformed, or incomplete. It may also be the case that the writing is impossible to understand.