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1. Analysis- “What is it?”a detailed visual description of the
object. Your goal here is simply to describe the object and can consider
elements and principles (proportion, color, form, line, space, etc.),
materials, and technique. You are not to pass judgement or evaluate,
2. Iconography- “What does it mean?” This is an evaluation of the imagery
and subject matter of the object. It should consider what the work’s
imagery represents, but also the history of the iconography or its origins.
This analysis may also discuss the object’s use or function.
3. Historical Context- “Why was it made?” The third analysis should
evaluate the historical context of the work. It should discuss the
social, cultural, and political context of the work, and how the object
relates to, or reflects, that setting.
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