Choose 1 visual art primary source from this list of 6 items:
1. Fourth of July Picnic, text p. 218
2. Early Mill in New England text p. 220
3. Deck Life on the Paragon , 1811-1812 text p. 222
4. The Rendezvous, text p. 225
5. Seminole Dance text p. 227
6. Platte River Crossing text p. 226
Pick one image. Do not research the painting, image or the artist. Do not write about the painter or artist.
Share the primary source you picked and describe it in detail explaining what you see
After describing the source you picked answer these questions about the image:
What culture, time period and place does it depict?
What is the historic setting?
What perspective does the artist portray about the topic?
What “story” or “narrative” does the image display about the period after 1815 or the people in it?
What was left out?
What can we learn about the American experience from the image?
What does this source tell us about the time and place in which it was produced?
How did viewing this source help you understand the time in which the piece was produced?
Use only the text Chapter 8 and the resources in Module Week 8 for background.
No outside research.
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