Name Tutor Subject Date History of Design Facts: Specific works by your designer. The Red Fuji Southern Wind or clear sky most commonly referred to as the fine wind clear morning (in Japanese) in art created by the famous Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. The original representation of the art which is a woodblock print was created between 1830 and 1832. Among the many artistic works by Japanese artists Katsushika Hokusai’s work tops the chat as being the most simple as well as the most outstanding Japanese prints of all time (Katsushika 268). Its simplicity comes from the virtue that Wave Off Kanagawa 2018). Regarding the latter piece Katsushika does amazing work in which sends an informative message that boats should keep off from the waters near Mount Fuji. Reason being there are massive storms that may capsize any vessel. Hokusai reveals his culture by drawing one of the grandest mountains in Japan Mount Fuji and the heavy storms that tell the world about the heavy winds of Kanagawa. Works Cited Katsushika Hokusai. Views of Mt. Fuji. 2013. Print. "Under The Wave Off Kanagawa (Japan) | Introduction To Art Concepts SAC ART100." Courses.lumenlearning.com. N. p. 2018. Web. 24 Feb. 2018. [...]
Facts: Specific works by your designer. Examination: Analyze and discuss, with examples,… ~ content & form: the ways in which the message interacts with the visual properties, as communication as well as aesthetically. * This is essentially a “design crit;” therefore, it’s not as important as the following two history-related points. ~ career: the ways in which this work is significant. ~ context/critique: the ways in which this work relates to other visual works, before, during, and after its creation. * Criticism can be from anywhere: the public, books and magazine reviews, your personal evaluation, and any other sources.