Art History Exam Pin It (1) Using the theme of the Madonna and Child, Identify and Compare 2 pieces. First, Identify each piece: Artist, Title and Date. Second, How are the 2 pieces similar in Purpose, Materials and Characteristics of Style? Third, How are the 2 pieces different in Purpose, Materials and Characteristics of Style? (2) Using the theme of Landscape, Identify and Compare 2 pieces. First, Identify each piece: Artist, Title and Date. Second, How are the 2 pieces similar in Purpose, Materials and Characteristics of Style? Third, How are the 2 pieces different in Purpose, Materials and Characteristics of Style? (3) Using the theme of Portraiture, Identify and Compare 2 pieces. First, Identify each piece: Artist, Title and Date. Second, How are the 2 pieces similar in Purpose, Materials and Characteristics of Style? Third, How are the 2 pieces different in Purpose, Materials and Characteristics of Style? (4) Using one 13th or 14th century Florentine artwork, Identify it by Artist, Title and Date. Then discuss its Purpose, Materials, Characteristics of Style and Symbolism. (5) Using one 13th or 14th century Sienese artwork, Identify it by Artist, Title and Date. Then discuss its Purpose, Materials, Characteristics of Style and Symbolism. (6) Using one 15th century Early Renaissance (Italian) artwork, Identify it by Artist, Title and Date. Then discuss its Purpose, Materials, Characteristics of Style and Symbolism. (7) Using one 15th century Late Gothic/Early Renaissance (Flemish) artwork, Identify it by Artist, Title and Date. Then discuss its Purpose, Materials, Characteristics of Style and Symbolism. (8) Using one Early Renaissance painter, sculptor and architect select one piece by each artist. Identify each of the three pieces by Artist, Title and Date. Then discuss each piece's Purpose, Materials, Characteristics of Style and how that artist was an innovator. (9) Using one High Renaissance painter, sculptor and architect select one piece by each artist. Identify each of the three pieces by Artist, Title and Date. Then discuss each piece's Purpose, Materials, Characteristics of Style and how that artist was an innovator. Honor Code: "All reports, papers, written assignments, test papers, and examination papers must include a signed honor pledge that states, 'On my honor, I have neither given nor received any aid on this assignment.

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