WEB OF LIFE BY JOHN BIGGERS

by: KIRIAKI GIANNOULAS & ELINA NIYAZOV


We analyzed the relationships between the connections of the objects in the painting and connected it to the natural life cycle. We focused on the context of the painting, specifically on the support of each organism. We didn't analyze the size or the materials that were used. If we had more time, we would've considered the scale, colors, time of creation and materials of the painting.
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Rodin’s Burghers of Calais

by: Annmarie Gajdos, Rehmat Sakrani, Stephanie Angus


We included all the different types of analyses; descriptive, interrogation, formal properties, subject matter/content, historical context, and artistic intention, in our conversation. If we had had more time, we would have liked to further analyze the form and historical context of Rodin's sculptures.
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The Outlier and A Ride for Liberty

by: Ruby Dong and Sophie Huang


We looked at the background, the colors and the details. We also analyzed the historical background and the emotions that the figures portrayed in the painting.
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WEB OF LIFE BY JOHN BIGGERS

by: KIRIAKI GIANNOULAS & ELINA NIYAZOV


We analyzed the relationships between the connections of the objects in the painting and connected it to the natural life cycle. We focused on the context of the painting, specifically on the support of each organism. We didn't analyze the size or the materials that were used. If we had more time, we would've considered the scale, colors, time of creation and materials of the painting.
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Untitled (Egungun Series)

by: Shelly Zou, Nickolas Almodovar, Wayne Chim, Bryan Rosendo


First, we observed the various textures and colors the subject wore and the contrasting background. From there, we were able to draw various conclusions such as: the subject wore garments of cultural importance and the outfit itself drew attention away from the person wearing it and to the (what we later discovered) spirit it was depicting.
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The Harmony Chair

by: Evan Harris, Matthew Damiani, David Zucker, Irwin G


In our conversations at the museum we analyzed the properties of the work and the historical background. We should have looked more into the alternate perspectives from alternate angles as opposed to taking the chair at face value.
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Caught Napping

by: Asimina Hamakiotes, Victoria Cheng, Michelle Zhang, and Julia (Jae Eun) Jung


We mainly described the content of the painting and questioned the artist's intent on certain details. We also discussed formal properties such as the color of the background and what it symbolizes. We didn't know much about the factors of the time period to discuss historical context, nor did we know the artist. If we had more time, we would like to research how this painting was important in its time.
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Analysis of The Fatalist

by: Sierra Baksh, Katherine Chemas, Ashley Sagesse


Together as a group, we critically analyzed The Fatalist by Alejandro Guzman. We looked at each aspect of the sculpture and discussed what it reminded us of. We didn't historically analyze the sculpture. If we had more time, we would like to match the pictures to what we were discussing at the time in the video and also add text.
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Night at the Brooklyn Museum

by: Alexandra Badescu, Annmarie Gajdos, Stephanie Angus, Rehmat Sakrani


Our group mainly discussed the artist's intentions and our interpretations of them. We also talked about the historical context and the formal properties of the art piece. If we had more time, we should have talked more about the subject matter.
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Tropical Scenery by Frederic Edwin Church

by: Amanda Cruz, Ethan Mead, Aleksandra Ratkiewicz, Lauren Vernikov


We focused on formal properties, subject matter, description, and our interpretation of the piece.
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