What do you learn from this text about the practice of art history in 1969?

Read carefully Leo Steinberg’s text assigned for this week. Look up every single image he references (he doesn’t reference that many!) as well as any term that you do not understand. What does he argue for? What does he argue against? What do you learn from this text about the practice of art history in 1969? What do you learn about the practice of art history prior that moment? What does Leo Steinberg’s cannon look like?Having answered these questions for yourself, choose one example from Leo Steinberg’s text where you can follow well his argument. Explain this argument in your own words and attach an image (if appropriate). This should take the form of one short paragraph.Next, focus on an argument or an observation in the text that you do not understand. Present briefly this argument/observation, again in your own words, accompanying it with an image, if appropriate. Indicate precisely where you read this (e.g., page 3, second paragraph from top). Explain what is it that you do not understand or find troublesome. This portion too should take the form of one short paragraphComments from CustomerWhat does he argue for? What does he argue against? What do you learn from this text about the practice of art history in 1969? What do you learn about the practice of art history prior that moment? What does Leo Steinberg’s cannon look like? – these questions have to be answered