SENSUALITY OF WOMAN IN PAINTING

Topic: SENSUALITY OF WOMAN IN PAINTING
sensuality and eroticism of Women is the main topic I wanted to focus on and my paper is for baroque class and paper should mainly focus on Diego Velazquez’ The Rokeby Venus.
INTRODUCTION
-thesis statement and more about sensuality and eroticism of women in general
ANALYSIS OF A PAİNTİNG
1. Identification
–What is the subject or title?
–What is the subject or title?
2. Subject Matter
–What type of painting is it?
–What type of painting is it?
a. religious
b. historical
c. genre (scene of everyday life)
e. portrait
–If the painting seems to belong to two categories, does one dominate?
3. Frame and Pictorial Area
–What is the actual size of the picture (height precedes width)?
–What is the actual size of the picture (height precedes width)?
–What is the relationship of the shapes to the frame? Are they harmonious or
4. Technique
–What materials are used for support: wood, canvas, cardboard, paper?
–What kinds of colors are used: oil, tempura, watercolor, pastel?
–How is the paint applied: thickly or thinly, with a fine or coarse brush, or by
5. Composition (arrangement of the parts that form the whole)
–Organization: Is it simple or complex? Geometrically ordered or free and
–Space: Is the space shallow or deep, open or screened? Is the emphasis on solids or voids (intervals)? What kind of perspective is used (linear or aerial)? Is the main interest near or far? Is space suggested by in-depth or recessed planes? Is there any overlap? What is the degree of illusion?
5. Function
–Is the painting an altar piece, a devotional image, a cabinet picture, etc? How might function affect form? Topic: SENSUALITY OF WOMAN IN PAINTING
sensuality and eroticism of Women is the main topic I wanted to focus on and my paper is for baroque class and paper should mainly focus on Diego Velazquez’ The Rokeby Venus.
INTRODUCTION
-thesis statement and more about sensuality and eroticism of women in general
ANALYSIS OF A PAİNTİNG
1. Identification
–What is the subject or title?
–What is the subject or title?
2. Subject Matter
–What type of painting is it?
–What type of painting is it?
a. religious
b. historical
c. genre (scene of everyday life)
e. portrait
–If the painting seems to belong to two categories, does one dominate?
3. Frame and Pictorial Area
–What is the actual size of the picture (height precedes width)?
–What is the actual size of the picture (height precedes width)?
–What is the relationship of the shapes to the frame? Are they harmonious or
4. Technique
–What materials are used for support: wood, canvas, cardboard, paper?
–What kinds of colors are used: oil, tempura, watercolor, pastel?
–How is the paint applied: thickly or thinly, with a fine or coarse brush, or by
5. Composition (arrangement of the parts that form the whole)
–Organization: Is it simple or complex? Geometrically ordered or free and
–Space: Is the space shallow or deep, open or screened? Is the emphasis on solids or voids (intervals)? What kind of perspective is used (linear or aerial)? Is the main interest near or far? Is space suggested by in-depth or recessed planes? Is there any overlap? What is the degree of illusion?
5. Function
–Is the painting an altar piece, a devotional image, a cabinet picture, etc? How might function affect form?

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