Q1: How has Goya used color and line to express emotion, drama, mood, and symbol
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Q1: How has Goya used color and line to express emotion, drama, mood, and symbolism in The Third of May, 1808?
How would the overall effect have been different if this scene had been painted in the Neoclassical style by someone like Jacques Louis David? (120words)
Q2: Final Essay Proposal
Your Final for this class is to write a three- to five-page compare-and-contrast research paper that investigates how two works of art from different periods styles illustrate a particular theme in art. Your comparison must focus on the artists and period styles covered in LA 121 and must include at least ONE artwork from a period style introduced after Module 7.
The pair you choose must be drawn from two different period styles. For example, you may compare a Mannerist artwork with a Baroque artwork. However, you may NOT compare a Mannerist artwork with another work from the Mannerist period.
SOURCES: 3 in addition to the module text.
– scholarly professional web site (for example, a museum, research institute or university)
– nonfiction book published within the last 50 years
– an art history textbook such as Garnders Art Through the Ages, Jansen’s, or Schneider-Adams
– Oxford/Grove Dictionary of Art Online
– Credible professional websites such as those of museums, galleries, and universities
Q3: Respond to peer’s thought. (20words)
Peer’s thought:Goya used color and lines to express emotions, drama, mood, and symbolism in the painting. Goya applied various colors and divergent lines to express emotions and symbolism. This painting shows a bleak and monotonous mood along with a variety of earth tones to provide a distinction between dark and light enhancing the dramatic interpretation of the scene. The main figure is wearing a bright white shirt and is the center of attention of this painting. His bright white shirt along with the other earth tones is almost a symbolism of a call out for surrender. If this painting was done in the Neoclassical style by someone like Jacques Louis David it would be a lot different. The painting would be a lot gorier and would represent human suffering with political and soldier brutality, inequality, cruelty, and corruption.