How to write an analysis?





how to write a art analysis in 3rd person......i have to use principals and elements of design....i m in grade 10 and my teacher is strict....!we did a still life with ink (pen/fine liners)now we r supposed to write an analysis on it.... (something like contrast, unity between texture)i dont get it! :Pthanks for sharing ur ideas....just examples of analysis.......ohh and i dont wanna buy anything off the internet....like essays or anything! :p



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One Answer to “How to write an analysis?”

  1. Jocelin says:

    Third person means you are NOT going to write from your point of view or the person who is reading it either. it means, you are writing about “it”- the painting itself. (Example: Do not write “I think.. I see.. I liked.. do not mention yourself in the paper).Example: “In Picasso’s Painting, He divided the subject’s body into basic geometric shapes and then pieced them together.” or “In Monet’s Water Lilies, he did not use any lines to define the objects in the painting, instead he dabbed paint on to represent the basic colors and general forms of each object, like the bridge and flowers”So what you need to do first, in the first sentence of the analysis, is to just give a general description of the painting itself (year, artist, style, and name). Then perhaps one more sentence about the subject of the painting or perhaps something historical about it (factual). THEN you should take something about the painting, some quality is has, and then just say what it is (describe the color, or the perspective, or the lines, or the shading, or SOMETHING artistic about it) just describe it, and then maybe say why this was different from other paintings, or why this was important to the artist, or in history, or for its symbolism, or from the technique the artist used.Just try to take the painting apart into parts and then say what you noticed about it, but do not say “I NOTICED” just say “The painting uses blue tones, the painting lacks perspective, ” or whatever it happens to be!Good Luck!hint: use any of the vocabulary or terms the teacher likes to use during class.. show the teacher you are paying attention!