Warrior Wearing a Crocodile Mask

by: Hila, Jovanka, Aqsa, Calvin, and Rebecca


We used description, interrogation, historical context, and formal properties. We could've talked more about the artist's interpretation.
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George Taylor II

by: Tanja Miketic, Benard Slawomirski, William Dadario, Bart Rosenzweig


We analyzed the portrait of George Taylor II, painted by Rembrandt Peele. We started our analysis by focusing on describing the painting, then moved on to studying its formal properties. We ended by discussing subject matter and content. We unfortunately did not make mention of the painting's historical context or the artist's intention.
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BrooklynMuseumHarmonyChair

by: Roshan Chudhry, Erin McDermott, Melissa Lent, Olivia Palacios, Sabrina Song, Simmeon Chanka, Madison Paredes, Afroza Ahmed, Michelle Jung


We did a great deal of interpretation and formal analysis while maintaining a sense of cultural and historical relevance while including modern events. If we had more time we would add more formal properties and description.
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Resting Place of Prisoners

by: Brighid Gutch, Julia Barravecchio, Matthew Tomko


While this group hit every suggested talk point, we failed to discuss decision to paint this on a large scale, which may have been of some importance. In spite of this, we managed to conduct an insightful conversation and walked awway from the art with a deeper understanding of it's purpose.
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