can you please send it google docs Vedute (view) Painting Research Paper Instructions: The Grand Tour from the late 18th to the early 19th centuries The Grand Tour of Europe started in the seventeenth century and continued through the early nineteenth century. The travelers were wealthy young men and women from northern Europe and especially Britain. The purpose of the tour was to further their education in classical art, culture, and history. Following the discovery of Herculaneum (1738) and Pompeii (1748) there was an increase in the number of travelers on the tour. During the Napoleonic wars (1799-1815) the tour became less popular because it was difficult to travel. The travelers did not follow a specific route and travel took much longer than it does today. The British had to cross the English Channel to get to Paris. It took about a month and some became seasick. After visiting the major sites in Paris, the travelers might go to other cities in France and continue to Italy. Italy was the most important destination of the Grand Tour because seeing the classical, Renaissance, and Baroque sculptures, paintings, and monuments furthered their education. Florence, Naples, Rome, and Venice were among the most popular cites to visit there. Some travelers went to Germany, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Russia, and Turkey, but it was less common than travel to Italy. An industry developed to accommodate the travelers including food and lodging, entertainment, and the production of souvenirs. The wealthiest travelers could purchase ancient sculptures, cameos, oil lamps, vases, and other objects. Many others purchased views of cities known as vedutes done by artists such as Canaletto and “Robert of the Ruins.” Some travelers commissioned portraits of themselves. Others purchased folios of prints of ancient works of art and architecture done by Piranesi, Adams, and others. The primary sources were diaries, letters, novels, and poems written by the tourists. These materials provide us with information about the tours. The travelers did not always intend for their diaries to become public. In addition to viewing beautiful monuments, the travelers experienced some mishaps such as sickness, robbery, and others. 1. Please select a work of art from the list in CANVAS. 2. RESEARCH: You will also be expected to read the articles located in the group project module in CANVAS and read materials from the TCC library and Library Course Guide. The bibliography below is a good place to start and a number of these books are on reserve in the library. You will find more sources as you research your topic. Many physical qualities of monuments cannot be seen in small slides of them. You should watch videos about your site in the TCC library’s collection (films on demand), use artstor to find images, and use google earth to compare the buildings in the vedutes to the actual site, and use the UNECSO site (World Heritage List) in order to gain a better experience of the monuments. note: This is not a biography on the artist. You do not need to repeat the artist’s life story. The only information that is relevant to the assignments are the dates that the artist was in the city of your work of art and the traveler who purchased your painting. 3. Research Paper: You are required to use two quotes about your site from the primary sources in your presentation and research paper. The research paper must have citations (footnotes) and a bibliography (Chicago Style), and must be typed (no larger than 12-point font and 1 ¼” margins, and double spaced). Blogs, wikipedia, and websites are not scholarly and are not an acceptable form of research. Late Assignments will be not be accepted. Note: Please keep in mind that people had a different tastes than they do today. 1. Thesis Statement: A thesis is one overall point that ties together all the specific claims in your essay. It should be something meaningful that you can prove through facts and theories that you discover in your research. 2. Rough Draft: Your rough draft should be at least three pages and follow the outline below. The rough draft is an important step in the process of writing a research paper because I can give you feedback, and it will help you improve your final paper. Outline Introduction ? identify the subject of your paper ? give a brief description of the art ? state your thesis (It should be the last sentence in your introduction) Body (content) ? describe the monuments in your work of art ? describe the activities of the tourists in your work of art ? support your argument through facts and theories from your research Body (context) ? describe how the subject matter is related to the Grand Tour ? explain the reasons the tourists visited the site ? support your claims through quotes from primary and secondary sources Conclusion ? restate your thesis ? defend the validity of your thesis ? suggest additional research that would support your thesis note: You are required to cover the outline and you may add more to it in your research paper. 3. Research Paper: Your research paper should start with an image of your painting and a caption (artist, title, date, medium, size in inches, location). The paper should follow the outline above and you are required to use footnotes and a bibliography in Chicago Manual of Style. You must cite facts and ideas that are not your own. I want my sources to be from Proquest scholarly articles. The painting of my research paper is Hubert Robert, Pont du Gard, 1787, oil on canvas (Musée du Louvre, Paris) . The research paper should start with an image of the painting and a caption (artist, title, date, medium, size in inches, location). The paper should follow the outline above and is required to use footnotes and a bibliography in Chicago Manual of Style. must cite facts and ideas that are not your own. 5 or more secondary sources and 1-2 primary sources on the bibliography; supports claims with 4 secondary sources and 2 primary sources in the research paper (pro quest sources)
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