Museum Paper about Listen by Tom Nussbaum

Minimum of 4 typed pages, double-spaced, that include the following:
1)Introduce your topic and identify the work by artist, title, date, medium, and size. Most of this information will be found on the label on the wall near the work. In some cases, you might have to estimate the size.
2)Include Photographs—Attach a photo of the work, or link to the work, with your paper. Also include a selfie in front of the work. If you’re not permitted to photograph the work then you can take a selfie in front of the museum.
3)Describe how the piece is displayed. Include information about how it is framed or installed and what is displayed next to it.
4)Research and discuss the Art Style. Identify the Art Style, such as Renaissance, Impressionism, Surrealism, etc. and describe an aspect of the work that indicates the art style.
5)Describe the work using all of the art elements listed below. If the work does not relate to an element in any way, you should say so. The description should be detailed enough so that a viewer unfamiliar with the work might be able to get a mental picture of it and give the reader a sense of what the work looks like. You can begin with what is depicted, who or what is represented? Art Elements Line Shape Space Color and Value Texture 6)Analyze the work. You should analyze how the artwork relates to each of the principles of design. If the work does not relate to a principle in any way, you should say so.

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