for each artwork where you give as much information about the artwork as possible. (1 page per art piece)
1.Antoine-Jean Baron Gros (born March 16, 1771died June 26, 1835)
Napoleon Bonaparte Visiting the Plague-Stricken in Jaffa
2.Jules Elie Delaunay (born June 13, 1828 died September 5, 1891)
The Plague in Rome
3.Michiel Sweerts (born September 29, 1618 died June 4, 1664)
Plague in an Ancient City
Make sure to include information on:
-The SUBJECT MATTER of the artwork (what scene or story is depicted?)
-The STYLE of the artwork (is it from the Early Renaissance? The Impressionist period?)
-The HISTORY of the OBJECT (that is, why did the artist make it?)
-The HISTORICAL CONTEXT (what was going on in the period when the artwork was made?)
-The ARTISTS BIOGRAPHY (use Oxford Art Online on the KCC Library Databases page for bios of artists)
-Any special TECHNIQUES that the artist used to make the artwork (What is it made from and how? Is it a fresco? An oil on canvas? Etc.)
-Were there any known INFLUENCES on the artist that inspired the artwork?
-What is the artwork about, that is, what is its MEANING?
-How does this artwork fit into the THEME or TOPIC of your exhibition?