Fallen Angels

by: Alexis Kateridge, Kasey Browne, Allie Diodato


Our group utilized Descriptive analysis, interrogative analysis, Formal Properties analysis, as well as analyzing the artists interpretation and subject matter/content. We did not do any sort of Historical context analysis. had we been given more time in the museum, my group would have liked to try some Historical Context with the piece.

(P.S. I noticed that our previous posts video had something wrong with it, and that the video would not play, so i uploaded our video again. sorry for the inconvenience.)
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Fallen Angels

by: Alexis Kateridge, Kasey Browne, Allie Diodato


Our group utilized Descriptive analysis, interrogative analysis, Formal Properties analysis, as well as analyzing the artists interpretation and subject matter/content. We did not do any sort of Historical context analysis. had we been given more time in the museum, my group would have liked to try some Historical Context with the piece.
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A Pic-Nic Party, Thomas Cole

by: Katherine Dorovitsine, Deanna Pisacreta, Sharfa, Ahmad


In our conversation at the museum, we touched on different types of analysis including description in our portrayal of the painting itself from the picnic itself to the background, and formal properties in our discussion of the artist’s use of color. We also touched on subject matter by addressing the idea of autumn and the contrast between mortality and happiness. Interrogation was utilized in our questioning of the perspectives of the characters in the work, and historical context was addressed in our contemplations about the classes and occupations of the figures. We could have focused more on the artist’s intention and developed our ideas in the other forms of analysis more fully. If we had more time, we would have added our analysis into the video in the form of text and edited the audio more fully.
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A Storm in the Rocky Mountains and Emblems of the Civil War

by: Michael Rozenbaum Tristiana Adragna


We did descriptions, interrogations, and emotional responses. we didn't do formal properties, subject matter, and historical context.
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Showgirl by John Carroll

by: Yeniliz Peguero, Michael Pinto, Ashley Dirzis


In this analysis we discussed a lot of the historical context of the painting as well as some of the artist's intentions. We compared this modern painting to a lot of the other older paintings we had seen at the museum. We could have described the painting more and we could have discussed some of the formal properties of the painting such as tone, material and medium.
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A Resting Place for Prisoners

by: Rebecca Del Vecchio, Jackline Fahmy, Alexandra Diodato


We did not know the historical context of the painting besides the fact that a war was going on.
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Praça De Touros (Bullring) III

by: Egor Semeniak, Maia Goitia, and Paul Menestrier


What we didn’t analyze:
Formal Properties-Photograph. Contrast between white and red. Medium size.
Historical Context- taken in 2008.
Genre of the piece
Our personal responses
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The Peaceable Kingdom

by: Hannah Bruschi, Vanessa Belford, Johnan Monzon, Lisa Manitta


We talked about historical analysis, and subject matter. We did not discuss formal properties to its full extent but we did mention where the eye is drawn, and we also didn't discuss the author's intent. If we had more time we would have discussed more about paint types and other formal properties.
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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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Women in a Patriarchy World

by: Sade Thomas


I focused on the literal meaning of the world. I did focus on some details of the works but tried to connect them to each other. I also tried to show how the theme of the works change based on the time period. If I had more time I would have like to go into a deeper analysis of each piece by itself.
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