Describe the work without using value words such as “beautiful” or “ugly”:
What is the written description on the label or in the program about the work?
• What is the title and who is (are) the artist(s)?
• When and where was the work created?
• Describe the elements of the work (i.e., line movement, light, space).
• Describe the technical qualities of the work (i.e., tools, materials, instruments).
• Describe the subject matter. What is it all about? Are there recognizable images?
• A gathering of information; names, dates, size. What do you see, feel, hear, smell, taste? Also,
contextual information such as facts about the artist or the times in which the art was made.
What is in the artwork? Medium: What tools, materials, or processes did the artist use?
Describe the artwork in detail so that your readers can easily visualize them without actually
seeing them. Explain how the perspective, technique, and compositional features of the art help
create contrasting rhetorical effects. In your analysis, focus on two or three specific points of
contrast. Support your analysis by referring to specific details from the art.

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