ART 2360 University of North Texas Physical and Formal Analysis Worksheet

ART 2360 University of North Texas Physical and Formal Analysis Worksheet

 

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ART 2360 University of North Texas Physical and Formal Analysis Worksheet

 

For this Challenge, you will practice two parts of the 4-part analysis method described in textbook’s Introduction. And you will do this for one Northern Renaissance (aka Fifteenth-Century Northern European) work and one Italian Renaissance work.

Note that we are not looking at subject or context in this assignment—just physical properties and form.

For both works, you will apply what you have learned about materials and form (style) in Northern and Italian Renaissance art. The information you need is in the textbook but for other works of art.

First, you will analyze the physical properties and form of Jan van Eyck’s Double Portrait of Giovanni Arnolfini. This work is discussed for its content and context in Chapter 19, but not for its physical properties or form. You will need to apply information from other Northern Renaissance paintings, including other works by van Eyck.

Next, you will analyze the physical properties and form of Domenico Ghirlandaio, Marriage of Mary, at the Church of Santa Maria Novella in Florence. This painting is not in your textbook, but similar works are addressed in discussed in Chapter 20. You will need to apply the relevant information to this work. Also, you can learn more about this work at https://smarthistory.org/ghirlandaio-birth-of-the-virgin/.

Use the list of terms and concepts for this unit. We expect to see those terms and concepts applied in your Challenge.

If you need to, review the Introduction chapter in the textbook for a detailed discussion of how to analyze works for their technical (physical) properties and form (visual or formal structure). Remember that the Introduction taught you how to analyze physical properties and form, then provided a sample Case Study using Rogier van der Weyden’s Crucifixion.

 

 

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