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Art Analysis Rubric 
Use appropriate vocabulary to define and describe techniques and materials used to create works of art. References: Holt Literature & Language Arts. (2003). Diagnostic & Summative Assessments. Austin: Holt, Rinehart and Winston
Rubric Code: J2XX3B4
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Art Analysis
Elements and Principles of Design
  Advanced

4 pts

Proficeint

3 pts

Basic

2 pts

Below Expectation

1 pts

Unscorable

0 pts

Artwork Information

Introduction contains title of painting, artist, size, medium and important factual information.color, value, shape, form, space & texture

Advanced

Introduction grabs readers’ interest and provides the title of painting, artist, size, medium and important factual information.
Proficeint

Introduction takes readers into account but doesn’t grab their attention. Most of the pertinent information is present.
Basic

Introduction is relevant but only partially addresses the title of painting, artist, size, medium and important factual information.
Below Expectation

Introduction is dull or uninteresting and is missing most of the pertinent information which should include the title of painting, artist, size, medium and important factual information.
Unscorable

Off topic or missing.
Body Paragraph:Elements

identifies, analyzes and applies the elements of art. The elements include line, shape/form, space, light/color/value, and texture.

Advanced

Body includes plenty of details, identifies, analyzes and applies all of the elements of art.
Proficeint

Body includes details, identifies, analyzes and applies most of the elements of art. Several details are not concrete or clear and a few of the elements of art may be missing.
Basic

Body includes few details, identifies, analyzes and applies some of the elements of art. Several details are confusing and inaccurate.
Below Expectation

Description of the artwork and elements of art are minimal.
Unscorable

Off topic or missing.
Body paragraph: Principles

identifies, analyzes and applies principles of design. The principles of design include balance, rhythm/ movement, proportion, emphasis, pattern, unity and variety.

Advanced

Body includes plenty of details, identifies, analyzes and applies all of the principles of design.
Proficeint

Body includes details, identifies, analyzes and applies most of the principles of design. Several details are not concrete or clear and a few of the principles of design may be missing.
Basic

Body includes few details, identifies, analyzes and applies some of the principles of design. Several details are confusing and inaccurate.
Below Expectation

Description of the artwork and principles of design are minimal.
Unscorable

Off topic or missing.
Organization of writing

Organizational pattern is easy to follow.

Advanced

Organizational pattern is logical order (e.g., order of importance) and easy to follow.
Proficeint

Organizational pattern is logical and is relatively easy to follow.
Basic

Organizational pattern is confusing.
Below Expectation

Organization is random.
Unscorable

Off topic or missing.
Analysis

Observations demonstrate an understanding of the subject matter, medium and symbolism. Details about the writer’s aesthetic response and feelings are included.

Advanced

The description includes a variety of vivid sensory, factual and figurative details. Appropriately placed details about the writer’s thoughts and feelings clearly express the writer’s attitude.
Proficeint

The description includes sensory, factual, and figurative details, but some are trite. Several clear details about the writer’s thoughts and feelings are included.
Basic

Few sensory, factual, and figurative details are included. Few details about the writer’s thoughts and feelings are included, making the critique feel impersonal.
Below Expectation

Sensory, factual, or figurative details are sparse or unrelated to the artwork described.Details about the writer’s thoughts and feelings are minimal or unrelated, or the critique is almost entirely thoughts and feelings without relevance to the artwork or elements and principles.
Unscorable

Off topic or missing.
Conclusion

Conclusion sums up thoughts about the artwork and restates critical analysis.

Advanced

Conclusion succinctly sums up thoughts about the and clearly restates controlling impression.
Proficeint

Conclusion gives thoughts about the artwork and restates controlling impression, but conclusion wanders or is too brief.
Basic

Conclusion either sums up thoughts about the artwork or restates controlling impression, but not both.
Below Expectation

Critique end abruptly or conclusion lacks a summary and controlling impression.
Unscorable

Off topic or missing.





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