Using at least four artworks analyzed in Unit 2 of this course, identify the aesthetic / artistic / historical connections between each these artworks (as a group) and between each artwork and its unique social/historical context. Use both Western and Non-Western examples.
– Use an underlined Toulmin thesis statement to compose a two-page essay (normal size & spacing) that demonstrates an understanding of the intellectual and historical changes that have taken place in the development of world art[GECC2] during the covered time period in this section of the course. Support your analysis with additional art works analyzed in the course. College-level writing is expected [GECC1].
– To receive credit, each supporting example should be clearly and completely identified with: title, date, artist, culture, & medium. It best to AVOID a chronological approach.
Requirements: 2-3 pages or 1000 words
Intellectual and Historical Changes in the Development of World Art
The artworks produced in western and nonwestern cultures portray different traditions, representing the world’s diverse beliefs, norms, and practices. Among the western arts are Sumerian, Persian, Roman, Gothic, Romanesque, and Renaissance artworks. The nonwestern art includes works from China, Indian, Islamic Middle East, Japan, Asia, and the Himalayas. Western and nonwestern art portray unique aesthetic, artistic, historical connections in their authentic social/historical context, mainly in the appreciation of the military, dynasty leaders, and local rulers.1o73 words