Art Museum Research Paper by hicaliber

Art Museum
A discussion about various mediums of artwork, their history and where they can be found today.
# 93271 | 2,818 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Mar 14, 2007 in Art (History) , Art (Painting) , Art (Fine Art) , Art (Sculpture) , Art (Other Mediums) , Architecture (General)

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This paper describes many pieces of art that were selected because of unique aspects they brought to the world of art. The paper discusses the history of each piece of art and where it can be found today. It concludes by discussing why each piece was chosen for this paper and looks briefly into cross-cultural currents and trans-historical connections.

Table of Contents:
Classical Greek
Hellenistic Art
Etruscan Civilization Art
Republican Rome
Roman Empire
Islamic Civilization Art
Early Chinese
Japanese Civilizations
Late Middle Ages
Cultural Cross-currents
Trans-historical Connections

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Bronte, C. (1997). Jane Eyre. New York: Signet.
  • Etruscan Art. (2006). Stone sculptures. Retrieved March 3, 2006 from the University of Oklahoma. Web site:
  • Louvre. (2006). Thematic trails: Greek sculpture. Retrieved March 3, 2006 from Louvre. Web site:
  • Louvre. (2006). Thematic trails: masterpieces of the Louvre: in search of ideal beauty. Retrieved March 3, 2006 from Louvre. Web site:
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art. (2006). Embroidery with the Annunciation. Retrieved March 3, 2006 from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Web site: asp?dep=7&viewmode=0&item=1990.330#a

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MLA Format

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