IB COMPARATIVE STUDY - Wolfson High Visual Arts

IB COMPARATIVE STUDY - Wolfson High Visual Arts

IB COMPARATIVE STUDY EXAM REQUIREMENT TEMPLATE Select two artists Name of artist Image of artist Name of artist Image of artist

Name of 1st artist Personal information Date of birth Date of death (artist could still be alive) Nationality Artist style Artist medium

Artist education Historical information What was going on in the world or country during the time the artist was making the artworks? Other influences in the artist life?

Artist # 1 name Art piece 1 Art piece 2 Insert picture in this space. Art piece 3

Artist #1 artwork #1 Insert photo of work Put in credit line Include the URL or where you found the image. (could be that you scan the image from an art history book)

Artist #1 artwork #1 Insert photo of work Describe the work Analyze at least 2 elements and 2 principles of art in the piece. Why you selected this piece

Artist #1 artwork #2 Insert photo of work Put in credit line Include the URL or where you found the image. (could be that you scan the image from an art history book)

Artist #1 artwork #2 Insert photo of work Describe the work Analyze at least 2 elements and 2 principles of art in the piece. Why you selected this piece Artist #1 artwork #3

Insert photo of work Put in credit line Include the URL or where you found the image. (could be that you scan the image from an art history book) Artist #1 artwork #3

Insert photo of work Describe the work Analyze at least 2 elements and 2 principles of art in the piece. Why you selected this piece 2. Name of 2nd artist Personal information

Date of birth Date of death (artist could still be alive) Nationality Artist style Artist medium Artist education Historical information

What was going on in the world or country during the time the artist was making the artworks? Other influences in the artist life? Artist #2 name Art piece 1 Art piece 2

Insert picture in this space. Art piece 3 Artist #2 artwork #1 Insert photo of work

Put in credit line Include the URL or where you found the image. (could be that you scan the image from an art history book) 6. Artist #2 artwork #1 Insert photo of work

Describe the work Analyze at least 2 elements and 2 principles of art in the piece. Why you selected this piece Artist #2 artwork #2 Insert photo of work Put in credit line

Include the URL or where you found the image. (could be that you scan the image from an art history book) Artist #2 artwork #2 Insert photo of work Describe the work

Analyze at least 2 elements and 2 principles of art in the piece. Why you selected this piece Artist #2 artwork #3 Insert photo of work Put in credit line Include the URL or where you

found the image. (could be that you scan the image from an art history book) Artist #2 artwork #3 Insert photo of work Describe the work Analyze at least 2 elements and

2 principles of art in the piece. Why you selected this piece Artist vs Artist What makes them the same or different in life history. What is the same or different about the art by the two artist.

It may take more than 1 side to do this information How will you use this information How will this learned knowledge about the two artist or art styles influence an art project. How will you bring something from your life to a piece of work that ties in what you have learned.

REFERENCE page Where did you get your information for items in this presentation URLs Book titles Magazines Visit to an art gallery Etc.

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