Visual art ss1



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VISUAL ART SS2

  1. A drawing material which is sometimes bound with oil is called a. Pastel b. Plasticine c. Charcoal d. Poster

  2. The Nigerian artist known for wood carving is a. Chinua Achebe b. Josy Ajiboye c. Lamidi Fakeye d. Wole Soyinka

  3. The framework which supports a figure when modelling is known as a. Armature b. Stand c. Metal d. Tripod

  4. . Ife in Nigeria is noted for a. Wood carving b. Leatherwork c. Cultural dances d. Bronze heads

  5. Which ethnic group in West Africa is versatile in bronze work? a. Ewe b. Igbo c. Krobo d. Baule

  6. Benin court art usually takes the form of a. Sculpture b. Textiles c. Painting d. Pottery

  7. Which of the following ethnic groups is noted for terra cotta sculptures? a.Asante b. Dogon c. Mende d. Nok

  8. In basketry, fitching is done to a. Decorate and finish bend b. Strengthen and decorate a basket c. Weave alternately d. Form a skeleton of a new basket

  9. A hue created by mixing green and orange is a. Complementary b. Primary c. Secondary d. Tertiary

  10. The oldest of all cultural art history in Nigeria is a) Ife b) Nok c) Benin d) Igbo Ukwu

  11. The looting of art work in Berlin by the British expedition took place in……………………

a.    1859 b.    1959 c.    1897 d.    1877

  1. The bronze works from Ife and Benin were made through the ……………..a cireperdue process b.  Etching technique c.  Resist process d. Subtractive techniquee.    

  2. The method of decorating calabash with red hot metal is known as ………………

a. carving b.    scarping d.    Stripping

  1. Tanning is associated with…………………a.    basket weaving b.    cloth dyeing c  leather work d.    Mat weaving

  2. The following are used for carving except ………………….a.    wood b.    soap d.    stone e.    clay

  3. Carving on doors and panels is termed…………………….a. high relief b.Low relief c  bas relief d. Modern relief

  4. Colour that is graded into many toes is called…………….a. diachromo b polychrome c.    Saturation d.    gradation

  5. Which material was used in the construction of the Egyptian Pyramids? a. Marble b. Stone c. Cement d. Bricks

  6. A harmonious arrangement of elements of art is referred to as a. Composition b. Painting c. Architecture d. Graphics

  7. Which of these is a three-dimensional work? a. Collage b. Drawing c. Sculpture d. Painting

  8. Learning of skills become possible by a. Studying b. working with tools and materials c. drawing d. Painting Which of the following processes can be used for assemblage of soft metals? a. Enamelling b. Soldering c. Sgraffito d. Etching

  9. Which of the following is a planographic process? a. Messotint b. Gravure c. Acquatint d. Lithography

  10. Metal casting is done in a a. Workshop b. Studio c. Foundry d. Furnace

  11. Beadmaking is a major craft of the a. Akwapims b. Krobos c. Brongs d. Fantis

  12. The Chiwara mask symbolises a. Royalty b. Strength c. Peace d. Fertility

  13. Which of these is not an element of design? a. Rhythm b. Form c. Line d. Colour

  14. A drawing material which is sometimes bound with oil is called a. Pastel b. Plasticine c. Charcoal d. Poster

  15. Which of the following refers to volume and weight? a. Form b. Shape c. Space d. Value

  16. Shading brings about three feelings which are a). Beauty, flexibility and tonation b. Joy, peace and tranquility c. Recession, solidity and depth d. Solidity, balance and texture

  17. A picture made from uniformly broken pieces of glass glued onto the support is known as a. Collage b. Batik c. Montage d. Mosaic

  18. A three-dimensional form which gives the effect of bulk, density and weight is a. Shape b. Mass c. Statue d. Silhouette

  19. A moving point describes a a. Horizon b. Line c. Rhythm d. Repetition

  20. A step in art appreciation is a. Identification b. Criticism c. Judgments d. Creation

  21. Which of the following techniques will produce actual texture? a. Drawing b. Colour c. Shading d. Collage

  22. Frottage is a process in a. Printmaking b. Bronze-casting c. Basketry d. Pottery

  23. The Nok terracotta was named after the a. Culture of the people at the time b. Ruler of the town at the time of the first find c. Man who found the first piece d. Town where the first piece was found

  24. African carvings are mainly a. Distorted b. Naturalistic c. Largely painted d. Highly polished

  25. Which of the following is a principle of design? a. Line b. Texture c. Colours d. Rhythm

  26. Tonal drawing is used to define a. Form b. Rhythm c. Silhouette d. Style

  27. In indigenous art, there is no distinction between a. Verbal and visual art b. Art and craft c. Fine and commercial art d. Painting and sculpture

  28. In basketry, fitching is done to a. Decorate and finish bend b. Strengthen and decorate a basket c. Weave alternately d. Form a skeleton of a new basket

  29. . Greek statues were mostly carved in a. Marble b. Ebony c. Sandstone d. Limestone

  30. . Select an element of design from the following: a. Balance b. Variety c. Harmony d. Shape

  31. Visual art education fosters creativity by a. Promoting citizenship qualities in artists b. Creating an awareness of the role of art c. Helping artists to think and act uniquely d. Encouraging the appreciation of cultural heritage

  32. Which of these ancient civilizations wrote on papyrus? a. Egyptians b. Greeks c. Indians d. Romans

  33. By what means is illusion of distance created with colour when drawing objects and scenes? a. Tonal gradation b. Converging lines c. Overlapping d. Isolation

  34. A printed notice which serves as a means of communication is termed a. Cartoon b. Emblem c. Pattern d. Poster

  35. In indigenous art, there is no distinction between a. Verbal and visual art b. Art and craft c. Fine and commercial art d. Painting and sculpture

  36. What emotion is evoked by the use of Sombre colours? a. Depression b. Dignity c. Excitement d. Serenity

  37. Greek statues were mostly carved in a. Marble b. Ebony c. Sandstone d. Limestone

THEORY

  1. What is sculpture?

    1. List and explain the type of sculpture

    2. List 4 forms in sculpture

  2. Elaborate on the term “ Loom”

  3. Write on Benin court art

  4. Writ a short note on the following

    1. Aina Onabolu

    2. Ben Enwonwu

    3. Ladi Kawli

    4. Uche Okeke

  5. Produce a drawing of a paw-paw and two oranges on top a drawing board which is on top a donkey



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