A minimum of 200 words and a max of 350. DO NOT go over 350. Be concise and pr

A minimum of 200 words and a max of 350. DO NOT go over 350. Be concise and practice editing.
Please read what came before you and choose different artists and images. Don’t miss easy points.
Don’t forget to include an image, worth 5 points, that is correctly captioned, inserted and discussed.
Please be courteous and INSERT your image so we do not have to download it. You can easily insert an image by clicking the second button to the left in the tool bar: image
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Paris, Walter. In Monument Park. 1874. Watercolor and pencil on paper. Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C.
When you see a painting, sculpture, or other work of art, how do you react? If you feel an immediate personal connection, and you like it, is it art? What other personal criteria must it meet? In this discussion, we will explore our own personal definitions of what “art is” and what “art is not.”
Using the ART110 Research Guide (located in the syllabus module), image source web links, or by going directly to the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Collections Database Search Page, find one example of a work of art you like and one example of a work that you do not believe should be considered art at all. Save images of the works on your computer, then write a response to the following question:
What is Art? Consider the criteria, qualities, and properties a work must meet, in your opinion, to be considered art. Include five requirements the work must meet to be considered “real” art. Also include a downsized image of the work that you have chosen as a “work of art” with a caption that identifies the artist, the title of the work, the medium used, and the date it was completed. For proper citation purposes, identify the museum or other collection you found the work in. Explain why this work fits your personal definition of art.
You will be posting TWO (2) images: one you think is art and one your don’t think is art.
Please be courteous and INSERT your image so we do not have to download it. You can easily insert an image by clicking the second button to the left in the tool bar: image

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