This is Rue Transnonain, made by Honoré Daumier in 1834
This is Rue Transnonain, made by Honoré Daumier in 1834. This essay analyzes this object and explains why it should be added to the Realism Module, arguing that it represents the module concept BLANK (paste the relevant module concept here) and comparing to BLANK (title of an object in the module) from the module.
ANALYSIS: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES (AND WHERE SPECIFICALLY IN THE WORK THEY ARE VISIBLE)
To address the physical properties, the object is made of Printmaker (Lithography), made by limestone and oil-based inks to create shadow and light. It isn’t painted. It is a print. The size of the work is BLAN and it is roughly the size of a BLANK (provide information about size and how you see it in the photo). Standing next to/Holding this work (choose one) would make you feel BLANK (explain effect of the size compared to the size of a human body).
ANALYSIS: FORM (AND WHERE SPECIFICALLY IN THE WORK IT IS VISIBLE)
The form of this work is best described as BLANK (explain if it is naturalistic, stylized, or abstract) because the figures are BLANK (explain how we can see that the principal objects in the work are naturalistic, stylized, or abstract). Space is handled BLANK (explain how space is handled in the work), as seen BLANK (explain where it is visible). Line appears BLANK (explain how space is handled in the work), which is visible BLANK (explain where it is visible). The composition is BLANK (describe the organization, as seen by the BLANK (explain where it is visible). The texture is BLANK (describe the texture), as illustrated BLANK (where is it is visible). Color is handled BLANK (explain how color is treated), as seen BLANK (explain where it is visible). Light is handled BLANK (explain how light is treated), as seen BLANK (explain where it is visible).
ANALYSIS: SUBJECT MATTER (WHERE SPECIFICALLY IN THE WORK IT IS VISIBLE AND WHAT IT MEANS)
The natural subject matter of this work is BLANK (explain the natural subject matter), as seen in the BLANK (identify where and how natural subject matter is visible). The deeper meaning of this work is BLANK (identify the deeper, more). The signs that reveal this deeper meaning are BLANK (identify the signs and symbols in the work and their meanings).
ANALYSIS: CONTEXT (FROM THE MODULE LECTURE VIDEO AND THE ESSAY)
This work reflects the context established in the module lecture video by BLANK and BLANK (identify at least two contextual issues from the module lecture video that are relevant to this work). The work reflects these contextual issues because it BLANK (explain how the work reflects the context from the module lecture video). The function of this work reveals its context by BLANK (explain the purpose as it relates to the module lecture video). The people who made it believed BLANK (explain the ideas/beliefs behind the work as reflected in the module lecture video). The circumstances at the time that most profoundly affected its creation and use were BLANK (explain the circumstances).
JUSTIFICATION: CONCEPT (FROM THE MODULE LIST)
This work should be added to the module because it illustrates the module concept of BLANK (choose one from the module list of concepts). It embodies this concept because it BLANK (explain how the work illustrates the concept).
I would include this work in the module to accompany BLANK (identify a comparable work). The two works share BLANK although they differ in BLANK (identify similarities and differences). The work I add to the module would illustrate BLANK (how your work would augment the module).
In conclusion, this essay has analyzed BLANK (title of the work) and demonstrated that it should be added to the BLANK (module name) in order to BLANK (restated justification).
BLANK (list sources consulted using the proper format, not just the URL).
Requirements: 600 words
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