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Images, from left to right: Virgin and Child in Majesty, 1150-1200, French, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Image courtesy of ARTstor; Lascaux Cave: Nave Bison Back to Back; det.: left wall, Dordogne, France. Image courtesy of ARTstor; Augustus of Primaporta, early 1st century CE copy of bronze original, ca. 20 BCE, marble, Roman, Museo Chiaramonti, Image courtesy of ARTstor.
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*For this course, students will build a scholarly formal analysis of one work of art from the period we are studying. The analysis will include an introductory paragraph with thesis statement followed by a detailed and thoughtful description of the work. Students will be expected to footnote primary and scholarly sources in the Chicago style.
Sources MUST be primary or scholarly secondary.
*Description is from the syllabus.