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Jacob Lawrence Daybreak - A Time to Rest , 1967 tempera on hardboard 30 x 24 in. Jacob Lawrence, Ironers , 1974, Screen print, 30" x 22". Name: _____________________________________________________________. Jacob Lawrence, Ironers. Jacob Lawrence, Daybreak, Time to Rest. Same. Different.

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Jacob Lawrence Daybreak - A Time to Rest, 1967tempera on hardboard30 x 24 in

Jacob Lawrence, Ironers, 1974, Screen print, 30" x 22"

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Name: _____________________________________________________________

Jacob Lawrence, Ironers

Jacob Lawrence, Daybreak, Time to Rest

Same

Different

Different

Synthesize this information to determine the different impression you have of each drawing

based on the style in which the artist drew it. You may include how formal/casual, what purpose

the drawing might have, how talented you think they were, what you think the artist wanted you to think about

the drawing, etc…. You may conclude the analysis with your opinion of the artwork.

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