How Are Monotypes Similar To Painting And Drawing
How are monotypes similar to painting and drawing, and how are they different? Why would an artist choose to create monotypes rather than a painting on canvas? What are the advantages of monotype over painting? Discuss artwork from the book in your answer.
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There are 5 points possible for this essay.
The essay will be graded on the following criteria as outlined in the ART Writing Rubric:
30% Knowledge and use of the Elements and Principles of Design
30% Content, Subject Matter, Sources
20% Context of Art Consideration
10% Intro and Conclusion
10% Grammar, Sentence Structure, and Mechanic