Ompare and contrast two different art works

Week #2-Message Board Question
Length of Assignment: 200 words (minimum for your essay)

Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Then in the left hand navigation bar, click on Time Line of Art History.

In the time line that runs aross the top, click on the first two segments and a map of each time period pops up. Choose a culture and a work of art from “20,000-8,000 AND choose a culture and work of art from 8,000 to 2,000 BC

Compare and contrast the two different art works (talk about differences and similarities) according to ALL the following criteria. Make sure you indicate the cultures you chose, the date, and the location of the art works. Do not screen scrape from the sites. You cannot use someone elses words and call them your own. Academic Honesty is taken very seriously. If you do quote a sentence or two, use quotation marks and cite your sources in the body of your essay.

Talk about the following for each art work you chose. Remember ONE art work from 20,000-8000BC and ONE art work from 8,000-2000BC, two different cultures:

-imagery (subject matter)
-materials
-size
-colors
-symbolism (if any)
-meaning

In your contrast use the above 6 terms (highlighting them in BOLD) in your essay. Elaborate on the details…art appreciation is all about the details. Visit the following website to better understand how to put together a comparative analysis style paper. In addition, include in text citation and list your references using APA or MLA style format. Visit

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Remember to post a response to a classmates MB. Review Defining Meaningful Responses to the MBto better understand what is expected.

DO NOT CITE WIKEPEDIA IN THIS COURSE?

PLEASE NOTE I HAVE ALREADY CHOSEN THE TIMELINE TOPICS! ALSO, THIS ONLY HAS TO BE 200 WORDS.

I have chosen for 20,000 8,000 BC-Jomon Culture. (from Japan, 2000-1000 B.C.sculture called BottleThis is an earthenware bottle.

From 8000 2,000 B.C. Predynastic Period A scupture called Vessel painted pottery.