Watch movie: Painters Painting (Emile de Antonio, 1972, 116 minutes) You will ne

Watch movie: Painters Painting (Emile de Antonio, 1972, 116 minutes)
You will need to take notes, and you will probably need to watch the film
more than once to absorb the material. Quotes that you use in your essay
should be transcribed verbatim (word for word).
Note: Although closed-captioning provides a loose transcription, these are
not always accurate. For any quotes you plan to cite, you need to check these carefully
A “study guide” identifying the different speakers is provided
Please consult while viewing; it will make the film much easier
In approximately 4 double-spaced pages:
Choose quotes from the film from two different artists, and, building
on these quotes, describe how each artist presents him/herself and
his/her work.
To ground your analysis, you should also address one work of art** by
each artist, as an example of their practice. [**These can be works
we’ve discussed in class, or ones that you find online; please include
full title and date, but you do not need to attach an image.]
How do the two artists’ positions differ? How do they understand the
larger “project” of painting at midcentury?