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Essay with Tutor's comments. I will compare two artists plates, outlining the key differences between them Plate 1.3.24 Cezannes Jug and Fruit (1885-87) and Plate 1.3.30 Zubarans Still Life with Lemons, Orange and a Rose (1663).

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Assignment 2 - Learning from Feedback Original assignment - TMA01 part b with tutor comments CEZANNE Within this Essay, I will compare two artist's plates, outlining the key differences between them - Plate 1.3.24 Cezannes Jug and Fruit (1885-87) and Plate 1.3.30 Zubarans Still Life with Lemons, Orange and a Rose (1663). [J1] Although both pictures are of still life objects, they way in which they have been painted are quite different and therefore give the viewer quite different experiences. Composition [J2] The composition of both plates are C�zanne's Jug and Fruit (Plate 1.3.24), and Zurbar�n's Still Life with Lemons, Oranges and a Rose (Plate 1.3.30) [J3]is important in establishing a sense of perspective in each painting key in giving a different perspectives of the plate. [J4]Cezanne has achieved a sense of depth by the use of scaling the fruit - the pieces of fruit are different sizes giving a 3 dimensional perspective to the picture. It almost looks like the pears to the front of the picture are rolling off the table and that one could grab one. Cezanne has also achieved a real sense of depth in this picture by his use of atmospheric perspective in the use of the blue colouring at the rear of the picture against the darker table. ...read more.

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and Plate 1.3.30 Zurburans [J26]Still Life with Lemons, Orange and a Rose (1663.[J27] The composition of C�zannes Jug and Fruit (Plate 1.3.24) and Zurbarans [J28]Still life with Lemons and Oranges and a Rose (Plate 1.3.30) ?is[J29] important in establishing a sense of perspective in each painting[J30]?. Cezanne [J31]has achieved a sense of depth by the use of scaling the fruit - the pieces of fruit are different sizes giving a 3 dimensional perspective to the picture. It almost looks like the pears to the front of the picture are rolling of the table and that one could grab one. Cezanne has also achieved a real sense of depth in this picture by his use of atmospheric perspective in the use of the blue colouring at the rear of the picture against the darker picture. This contrasts with the composition of Zurburan's' [J32]painting as he has used a different tupe type of [J33]composition in that all the items within the painting are lined up horizontally and all scaled in the same way.? [J34]The way that Zurburan [J35]has grouped and aligned the objects gives a more organised fell to the painting, compared to the more rustic and relaxed look of C�zannes 'painting which he has created by using the picture space differently[J36]. The Zurburans[J37] painting almost seems like a photo compared to C�zannes 'painting which pulls you into the picture space and almost makes you feel that the picture is not actually there. ...read more.

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[J7] Good. However, you are discussing the artists' use of the picture space, so you need to use this term. [J8]Excellent [J9]Omit [J10]Poorly expressed. Rework. [J11]These are cool colours. See the spectrum in Section 2 of Inside Art. [J12]Good [J13]These nouns do not need to be in upper case. [J14]Good [J15]Does it intensify the colour of the fruit or does it intensify the light and bright tone of the fruit? [J16]Three dimensional. Write out in full [J17]Your observations are good. However, I think you need to consider tonal range and colour range in more detail. For instance, Z's objects are modelled in terms of light and shade (tonal contrast), whereas C's are modelled by the use of colour and delineation. [J18]Omit [J19]Good point, but poorly expressed. Rework this [J20]Here you are referring to other paintings in the module materials so you need to provide examples, and reference these [J21]Yes, these two styles of brushwork have specific names. Have a look at Section 3 of Inside Art and include these two terms in your answer when you rework it for TMA02. [J22]Good points, but poorly expressed. Needs to be reworked [J23]This statement is too generalised. Explain the different ways in which their different techniques construct reality [J24]The entries in the bibliography are not presented correctly, and are incomplete. See referencing in Study Companion pp 55-6 and Assignment booklet pp 3-8.l. I have provided the correct bibliographic entries for Book 1, Chapter 1, the passage for the Assignment Booklet and for Scott-Kilvert. ...read more.

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