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Teaching of Measurement with Compass and Ruler

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a art question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Writing 260 words each queastion 130 wordq 1Albrecht Dürer, Draftsman Drawing a Female Nude, 1538. Woodcut, second edition, 3 × 81⁄2 in. One of 138 woodcuts and diagrams in Underweysung der Messung, mit dem Zirkel und Richtscheyt (Teaching of Measurement with Compass and Ruler). Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Horatio Greenough Curtis Fund. 35.53. Photograph © 2015 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Albrecht Dürer used this image to illustrate a treatise on perspective, but many feminist critics have seen it as a metaphor, intentional or not, for the way in which males have for hundreds of years subjected women to a kind of vision that asserts the mastery and control of the (male) artist. What details in the print support the feminist reading of the image? How is it is fair or unfair for contemporary critics to impose their point of view on a Renaissance image?q 2Cara Grande feather mask, Tapirapé, Rio Tapirapé, Brazil, ca. 1960. Height 31 in. National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, D.C. In 1913, W. T. Hornaday, director of the New York Zoo¬logical Society, published a book titled Our Vanishing Wildlife: Its Extermination and Preservation, in which he reported that the world’s exotically colored birds were being harvested to satisfy the exploding taste for feathered hats at a rate that threatened the extinction of hundreds of species worldwide. The Cara Grande feathered mask makes use of the same feathers that attracted Western feather hunters to the Brazilian jungles—and if feathered hats had remained in fashion, it is doubtful that the birds whose feathers make up the mask would have survived. How might the Tapirapé be justified in their use of these feathers in a way that the millinery industry is not? Should the source of materials be a consideration in evaluating art?
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