FA370 Nineteenth-Century Art
Class Notes Revision
Periodically you will be asked to revise your notes taken in class, turn them in to the professor for assessment, and then post them to a blog on BlackBoard. These revisions must be in paragraph form, proof-read for grammar and syntax.
Following the conclusion of class discussions of a particular artist, you will be asked to review your notes and use them to craft a short essay that discusses the artist, and treats the following issues:
• What are the principal issues discussed in relation to this artist’s works?
• What themes seem to reappear in (or in relation to) multiple works by this artist?
• Relate both of these things to at least one of the artist’s works?
You must turn in revisions of your notes on 10 artists from the list below. Note that the class may not get to the artists at the end of the list, so you should begin work on this as soon as you can.
This is an essay in reviewing and revising your notes, and as such it should rely solely upon your notes from the class lectures. Do not use outside sources.
• The pages must be typed and double-spaced, in no larger than a 12-point font, and no smaller than 10-point.
• The first line of each paragraph should be indented .5” from the left, and each paragraph should have no additional spacing before or after it.
• Each essay should be between 200 and 400 words (1-2 pages).
List of artists