Iconographical AnalysisThe goal of this paper is to interpret the painting you have chosen using iconographical analysis by examining its relationship to the textual source upon which it is based, as outlined in the van Straten reading.Step I: Read the textLocate and read the text upon which your painting is based:The Crucifixion, ca. 1340Pietro LorenzettiText: New Testament, Matthew, Chapter 27: Verse 35-56Mark 15: 24-41; Luke 23: 33-49; John 19: 18-36Use the Douay-Rheims version of the Bible: www.drbo.orgStep II: Writing the EssayWhen the artist painted the scene before you, he made choices about how to interpret the text upon which the painting is based. It is your job as a writer to uncover these decisions made by the artist and to explain how the painter understood his text. As analytic writers, we are not interested if the artist?s interpretation is good; rather we?re interested in how the painter translated his text into a visual representation.MethodIn order to do this, it is imperative that you describe with loving detail how form and composition relate to, and deviate from, the narrative of the original text. Now that you have noticed patterns and anomalies separately in both the painting and the text using Rosenwasser and Stephen?s Method, you are to now look for patterns and anomalies shared between the painting and the text. Write out your observations which you will submit:1) List shared repetitions and strands that repeat between the painting and text2) List shared contrasts that repeat between the painting and the text3) List shared anomalies4) List differences between the details of the painting and the details of the text.5) List the two most significant repetitions, the two most significant strands, and the two most significant contrasts, the two most significant anomalies, and the two most significant differences.6) Write a paragraph about which shared element and which difference is the most significant any state whyTIP: In order to determine the identity of the figures in the painting, based on the text, it is important that you describe them in detail to discern their distinguishing characteristics before you compare them to the text. After careful examination, you may realize the figure may not be who you originally thought he or she was.Organization:Your paper should be organized by focusing on a series of select parts of the composition that you think are particularly important and have larger significance. Part by part, you should Discuss (check midcourse.net for the help you need) how each relates to the original textual source. [See Rosenwasser & Stephen?s 10 on 1 Method]. You should also consider if the painting represents a particular moment in the narrative of the text, and if so, which one.Discuss (check midcourse.net for the help you need)ion of similarities and difference should be rooted in an analytical Discuss (check midcourse.net for the help you need)ion of your painting?s form and composition. Discuss (check midcourse.net for the help you need)ion of the textual source should take second place to Discuss (check midcourse.net for the help you need)ion of the painting?s form and composition.TIP: Organize your paper as suggested. Do not organize your paper by talking first about similarities, then about differences!
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