Formal analysis and contextual analysis on Portrait of St. Francis Xavier.

I need a object paper for my Asian Art history class. I will upload the paper I wrote which is got a bad grade, and I also will upload the comments of it.
now I need a brand new object paper, the Theme and content must be qualified. I really do not want to rewrite it or get a bad grade again. please help me with it. If there are any questions about this paper, please contact me, thank you so much!

here are requirementi?s
Trade, Jesuits and Samurai
Object Paper Guidelines

This is a short paper that focuses closely on a single object in the BC exhibition. The format is a standard one in art history: formal analysis and contextual analysis. In formal analysis, you look closely at the physical character of the object: materials, form, decoration, and use. Additionally, you examine the object in relationship to other objects of its type, its time period, and its style. Contextual analysis places the object into its social, historical, and religious backgrounds. These two approaches should lead you to be able to draw some meaningful conclusions about the special character of your particular object.

Your paper will require two kinds of research: close direct observation of the object and library work. I have many books on reserve for this class. These should provide you comparative objects as well as formal and contextual information. Do not be too literal when searching for information. You will need to think in broad search terms. You should also a?minea? the footnotes and bibliographies of the sources you search to lead you to more references.

This paper requires a bibliography and you MUST use scholarly sources. Wikipedia is not a scholarly source. My object labels are not a scholarly source, as they are too brief to develop an argument. Scholarly sources are peer-reviewed (checked by other scholars before publication) and written by experts in their fields. For sources you find on line, you should stick to JStor and other academic databases. For this paper, you may use the footnote or endnote style and bibliography style of your choice, so long as it is an academic style and consistently employed.

Paper Form: All papers must have a coherent structure that flows logically from beginning to end. Start with an introductory paragraph or two that identifies the object youave chosen and a thesis statement identifying your specific focus. Find some angle on your investigation-a problem, a specific idea-rather than giving me a digest of historical information on your subject. Your first task in the body of the paper is introducing the object. From here, develop a formal analysis that connects specific features of the object with interpretation of why those features are interesting. Once the object and its character are established, develop your contextual analysis. Again, say WHY your observations are meaningful. This paper cannot simply be a run-down of features. At the end, wrap up with a conclusion. Poor paper organization or the lack of a thesis will bring your grade down.

Presentation of final copy: Finally, proofread your paper! Read it out loud to yourself to locate problems of sentence structure and spelling. Poor proofreading makes your work appear as though you banged it out the night before or that you donat give a rip about the assignment. Non-native speakers of English have greater hurdles here, and I encourage such students to get writing help if you feel your English is weak. Poor writing and poor proofreading distracts your teacher from thinking about what you have to say.

Formal analysis and contextual analysis on Portrait of St. Francis Xavier.

Trade, Jesuits and Samurai
Object Paper Guidelines

This is a short paper that focuses closely on a single object in the BC exhibition. The format is a standard one in art history: formal analysis and contextual analysis. In formal analysis, you look closely at the physical character of the object: materials, form, decoration, and use. Additionally, you examine the object in relationship to other objects of its type, its time period, and its style. Contextual analysis places the object into its social, historical, and religious backgrounds. These two approaches should lead you to be able to draw some meaningful conclusions about the special character of your particular object.

Your paper will require two kinds of research: close direct observation of the object and library work. I have many books on reserve for this class. These should provide you comparative objects as well as formal and contextual information. Do not be too literal when searching for information. You will need to think in broad search terms. You should also a?minea? the footnotes and bibliographies of the sources you search to lead you to more references.

This paper requires a bibliography and you MUST use scholarly sources. Wikipedia is not a scholarly source. My object labels are not a scholarly source, as they are too brief to develop an argument. Scholarly sources are peer-reviewed (checked by other scholars before publication) and written by experts in their fields. For sources you find on line, you should stick to JStor and other academic databases. For this paper, you may use the footnote or endnote style and bibliography style of your choice, so long as it is an academic style and consistently employed.

Paper Form: All papers must have a coherent structure that flows logically from beginning to end. Start with an introductory paragraph or two that identifies the object youave chosen and a thesis statement identifying your specific focus. Find some angle on your investigation-a problem, a specific idea-rather than giving me a digest of historical information on your subject. Your first task in the body of the paper is introducing the object. From here, develop a formal analysis that connects specific features of the object with interpretation of why those features are interesting. Once the object and its character are established, develop your contextual analysis. Again, say WHY your observations are meaningful. This paper cannot simply be a run-down of features. At the end, wrap up with a conclusion. Poor paper organization or the lack of a thesis will bring your grade down.

Presentation of final copy: Finally, proofread your paper! Read it out loud to yourself to locate problems of sentence structure and spelling. Poor proofreading makes your work appear as though you banged it out the night before or that you donat give a rip about the assignment. Non-native speakers of English have greater hurdles here, and I encourage such students to get writing help if you feel your English is weak. Poor writing and poor proofreading distracts your teacher from thinking about what you have to say.