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Fine Arts Exam Questions for Jss2 Second Term (Objective & Theory)

Fine Arts Exam Questions for Jss2 Second Term (Objective & Theory)

Fine Arts Exam Questions for Jss2 Second Term (Objective & Theory)

Here are objective questions for JSS2 Fine Arts, along with options and the correct answers. Additionally, I have included 4 theory questions.

Objective Questions:

Which of the following is NOT a primary color?

a) Red
b) Blue
c) Green
d) Purple
Answer: d) Purple

Who painted the Mona Lisa?

a) Vincent van Gogh
b) Pablo Picasso
c) Leonardo da Vinci
d) Michelangelo
Answer: c) Leonardo da Vinci

Which art form involves carving or shaping materials such as wood or stone?

a) Painting
b) Sculpture
c) Photography
d) Pottery
Answer: b) Sculpture

Which artistic movement is characterized by vibrant colors and short brush strokes?

a) Impressionism
b) Cubism
c) Surrealism
d) Realism
Answer: a) Impressionism

Which material is commonly used in watercolor painting?

a) Oil
b) Acrylic
c) Ink
d) Water-based pigments
Answer: d) Water-based pigments

What is the name given to a printmaking technique that involves carving into a metal plate?

a) Etching
b) Lithography
c) Serigraphy
d) Linocut
Answer: a) Etching

Which of the following is a famous sculpture by Michelangelo?

a) The Last Supper
b) The Thinker
c) Statue of Liberty
d) David
Answer: d) David

Which art movement emerged in the 1960s and often used everyday objects as art?

a) Pop Art
b) Abstract Expressionism
c) Renaissance
d) Baroque
Answer: a) Pop Art

Who painted the famous "Starry Night"?

a) Pablo Picasso
b) Vincent van Gogh
c) Claude Monet
d) Salvador Dalí
Answer: b) Vincent van Gogh

What does the term "sculpture in the round" refer to?

a) A sculpture made of clay
b) A sculpture carved from wood
c) A sculpture that can be viewed from all sides
d) A sculpture made of glass
Answer: c) A sculpture that can be viewed from all sides

Which of the following is NOT a type of painting technique?

a) Impasto
b) Fresco
c) Collage
d) Glazing
Answer: c) Collage

Who painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel?

a) Rembrandt
b) Michelangelo
c) Pablo Picasso
d) Leonardo da Vinci
Answer: b) Michelangelo

Which type of art focuses on creating optical illusions?

a) Pointillism
b) Op Art
c) Fauvism
d) Cubism
Answer: b) Op Art

Which painting technique involves applying thin layers of translucent paint?

a) Impasto
b) Stippling
c) Glazing
d) Sgraffito
Answer: c) Glazing

Who painted the famous "Girl with a Pearl Earring"?

a) Johannes Vermeer
b) Gustav Klimt
c) Edvard Munch
d) Frida

Answer: a) Johannes Vermeer

Which art movement emphasized the subconscious and dreamlike imagery?

a) Dadaism
b) Surrealism
c) Cubism
d) Expressionism
Answer: b) Surrealism

What is the technique of creating a design by cutting or incising into a hard surface called?

a) Engraving
b) Monoprinting
c) Intaglio
d) Lithography
Answer: c) Intaglio

Who is considered the founder of Cubism?

a) Pablo Picasso
b) Salvador Dalí
c) Henri Matisse
d) Paul Cézanne
Answer: a) Pablo Picasso

What is the primary purpose of a still life painting?

a) To depict landscapes
b) To capture human emotions
c) To portray historical events
d) To depict inanimate objects
Answer: d) To depict inanimate objects

Which of the following is NOT a type of sculpture?

a) Relief
b) Kinetic
c) Fresco
d) Assemblage
Answer: c) Fresco

Theory Questions:

1. Define perspective in art and explain its importance.

2. Describe the elements of design and provide examples of each.

3. What is the difference between abstract art and representational art?

4. Discuss the role of color in art and how it can evoke emotions.


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