You are now an expert on this piece. You should have something to SAY about it.
This is your research question!
Depending on the piece you chose, there may not be a lot of scholarly research about the artist or the piece itself. So how do you find sources about it? There are several strategies that can help when you're struggling to find sources on the piece itself. Think back to the first two stages of your process and the questions you asked about the context of the piece or the artist, as well as the design elements of the piece itself.
Here are some ideas about what you can research if you're having trouble finding scholarly sources about your artist or piece:
If you're having trouble, be sure to make an appointment with the Art Librarian. They can help you with search strategies for your specific piece and construct your argument.
Follow these seven steps to make a concept map to help develop your research argument.