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SS3 Third Term Fine Arts Past Questions And Answers

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SS3 Third Term Fine Arts Past Questions And Answers


Fine Arts questions for the third term:


What is the term for a painting technique where pigments are mixed with a water-soluble binder medium?

a) Fresco

b) Tempera

c) Encaustic

d) Watercolor

Answer: d) Watercolor


Who is renowned for his use of geometric shapes and primary colors in abstract compositions, such as “Composition in Red, Blue, and Yellow”?

a) Wassily Kandinsky

b) Piet Mondrian

c) Kazimir Malevich

d) Joan Miró

Answer: b) Piet Mondrian


In photography, what is the term for the intentional blurring of the background to emphasize the main subject?

a) Bokeh

b) Vignette

c) Depth of field

d) Shutter speed

Answer: c) Depth of field


What does the term “scumbling” refer to in painting?

a) Adding layers of paint to create texture

b) Diluting paint with a medium to create a translucent effect

c) Applying paint in thin, transparent layers

d) Using a palette knife for impasto

Answer: b) Diluting paint with a medium to create a translucent effect


Which art movement emerged in the 1950s, featuring artworks with repetitive, small-scale geometric patterns?

a) Op Art

b) Minimalism

c) Abstract Expressionism

d) Surrealism

Answer: a) Op Art


What is the term for a work of art that incorporates various materials and objects into a three-dimensional composition?

a) Assemblage

b) Bas-relief

c) Kinetic art

d) Tenebrism

Answer: a) Assemblage


Who is known for his realistic and detailed sculptures of everyday objects, such as “Three Ball 50/50 Tank (Two Dr. J. Silver Series, One with Dr. J. Silver Series)”?

a) Jeff Koons

b) Damien Hirst

c) Anish Kapoor

d) Yayoi Kusama

Answer: a) Jeff Koons


What term is used to describe a composition where the elements are balanced and create a sense of stability?

a) Harmony

b) Proportion

c) Rhythm

d) Emphasis

Answer: a) Harmony


In printmaking, what is the term for a technique where an image is carved into a wood block, inked, and then pressed onto paper?

a) Etching

b) Linocut

c) Woodcut

d) Lithography

Answer: c) Woodcut


Which artist is associated with the art movement known as “Land Art” and created large-scale environmental sculptures, like “Spiral Jetty”?

a) Christo and Jeanne-Claude

b) Richard Long

c) Andy Goldsworthy

d) Robert Smithson

Answer: d) Robert Smithson.

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