Browsing All posts tagged under »Art Analysis«

APEH: Art, Literature, and Culture at the Turn of the Century

March 27, 2020


The painting in the header image is one of Monet’s Water Lillies series, which is probably some of his most famous and identifiable artworks. The one I chose is the one housed at the St. Louis Art Museum, which is my personal happy place. It is a HUGE painting and it has its own room […]

Protestant Reformation and Catholic Reformation Art

January 28, 2020


Google Arts and Culture has put together a wonderful compare and contrast regarding the two art styles. I forgot to publish this last week when we looked at the styles in class. This is a super cool tool – all of the images are in high res so you can zoom in and look at […]

Song China Artwork Activity

January 27, 2020


Here is the on-line art primary resource activity that we completed in class today. If you were not here, please complete it and share it with SongChinaPaintings-worksheet  

Art of the Reformation and Counter Reformation

January 17, 2020


We discussed the differences in Catholic and Protestant art of the 1500s and 1600s today, especially the themes of virtue and their portrayal of Christ. For more in-depth information, I strongly suggest you guys read this analysis from Visual Arts Cork regarding the differences in style. Google Culture also has a nice, if brief, collection […]

A Few Fun Middle Ages Art Things

January 6, 2020


The image on this post is the one that I was talking about in class today – Yoda made a special guest appearance in a manuscript. It was found by the curator of medieval manuscripts at the British Library, and has turned the blog into something of an internet phenomenon. From Vox, we have a […]