Outline of Movements in Art

Outline of Movements in Art In Week 5, you will design an art gallery specific to a movement of your choice. To prepare for this project, this week you will examine the five movements listed below. To research the movements that we have not yet discussed in class, you will need to look ahead in your textbook and/or search for sources in the Ashford University Library.

Renaissance Baroque Romanticism Impressionism Modernism In your paper, outline the following information for each of the five movements:

Include the name and time period of the movement. Describe the movement, including unique key characteristics. Identify two works of art that incorporate the significant characteristics of the time period. Include the following basic identifying information for each: artist name, title of work, year completed, medium (materials from which the artwork is made), size, and current location. Example

Name of Movement (time period) Description of movement Artwork significant to the movement Artist, title of work of art, year completed, region Artist, title of work of art, year completed, region Name of Movement (time period) Description of movement Artwork significant to the movement Artist, title of work of art, year completed, region Artist, title of work of art, year completed, region Use at least two scholarly sources to support your points. The ProQuest and JSTOR databases in the Ashford Online Library are helpful sources of information, as is the ART101 Museum and Images WebsitePreview the documentView in a new window document located in your classroom. From the library home page select Find Articles and More and then select Databases A – Z. From the list of letters, you will choose the ā€œJā€ link for JSTOR or ā€œPā€ for ProQuest. Then, scroll down to JSTOR or ProQuest.

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