Central Board Secondary Examination(CBSE) – Painting Sample Paper (CLASS 12) 2012

Central Board Secondary Examination(CBSE) – Painting Sample Paper-2012

(HISTORY OF INDIAN ART)

Class XII  2012

 Time allowed : 2 Hrs                                                    Maximum Marks  : 40

General  Instructions :

(a) All the eight questions are compulsory, which carry equal marks.

(b) Answer be written for Question No. 1 and 2 in about 200 words each and for question no -3, 4 and 5 in about 100 words each. Question no 6, 7 and 8 are of  objective type.

Q. 1- Appreciate the famous contemporary ( modern) Indian  painting ‘BIRTH OF POETRY’  or ‘SANTHAR FAMILY’  based on its:

(i) Name of artist. (ii)medium & Technique (iii) Subject matter and. (iv) Composition.

Q2.  Describe the main features of the Rajasthani or Pahari school of miniature painting.

Q.3  Write a short note on any of the following  with special reference to the paintings   included in your course of study.

(a) the tendency for composing crowded scenes involving too many forms and figures in the Mughal   miniature painting.

(b) The representation of the landscape background with typical deccani hills with deccan miniature  painting.

Q.4. why do you like or dislike the paintings of the Bengal school. Give your appropriate  reasons in short.

Q.5.Highlight the aesthetic aspects of the famous painting THREE GIRLS done by Amrita Shergil.

Q.6. (a) Mention the name of any three painters of the Rajasthani school included in your   course of study, which you like the  most.                                                                                                                                                                (b) Mention the  name of those two sub schools of the Pahari miniatures  which are included in your course of study

Q.7. (a) Mention the name of the Mughal Emperor’s period under whose patronage each   of the     following  miniature  painting was produced :

(i) Jahangir Holding the picture of Madona

(ii) Kabir and Raidas.

(iii) Krishna lifting Mount Goverdhana

(b) Mention the name of the sub school of each of the following Deccani Miniature paintings  included in your course of study :

(i) Chand  Bibi playing polo.

(ii) Dancers

Q.8 Mention the names of any five personalities who played important role in the formation   of the Bengal school.

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          SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER       

COMMERCIAL ART (THEORY)

(HISTORY OF INDIAN ART)

Class XII  2012

 

 

Time allowed : 2 Hrs                                                            Maximum Marks  : 40

General  Instructions :

(a) All the eight questions are compulsory, which carry equal marks.

(b) Answer be written for Question No. 1 and 2 in about 200 words each and for question no -3, 4 and 5 in about 100 words each. Question no 6, 7 and 8 are of  objective type.

Q.1 – Appreciate any of the following painting of the Bengal school based on its

(i) Artists name, (ii) medium & Technique, (iii) Subject- matter and  (iv) Composition

(a) Radhika

(b)Journey’ end.

Q .2  Why do you like or dislike the contemporary (modern) Indian  paintings  or graphic prints. Give your appropriate reasons with suitable examples in detail.

Q.3. How did the Rajasthani or Pahari School come into existence?

Q4.  Evaluate the aesthetic grandeur of any of the following miniature paintings:

(i) Babar crossing the River sone (Mughal School)

(ii) Dancers  (Deccan School)

Q. 5. Write a short note on the compositional arrangement of the famous painting RAMA VANQUISHING THE PRIDE OF THE OCEAN done by Raja Ravivarma.

Q.6.  Mention the name of artist of each of the following contemporary (Modern) Indian Art works, included in your course of study:

(i) Mother Teresa  (a painting)

(ii) Gossip (a painting)

(iii) Man Woman and Tree ( a graphic-print)

(iv)Triumph of Labour (a Sculpture)

(v) Figure  (a sculpture)

Q.7. Mention the names of any five sub- schools of the Rajasthani and Pahari Schools of Miniature painting , included in your course of study

Q.8.- Mention the titles of any five miniature paintings of the Mughal and Deccan schools, included in your course of study, which you like the  most.

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          SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER       

SCULPTURE (THEORY)

(HISTORY OF INDIAN ART)

Class XII  2012

Time allowed : 2 Hrs                                                        Maximum Marks  : 40

General  Instructions :

(a) All the eight questions are compulsory, which carry equal marks.

(b) Answer be written for Question No. 1 and 2 in about 200 words each and for question no -3, 4 and 5 in about 100 words each. Question no 6, 7 and 8 are of  objective type.

Q1. Describe the main features of the Mughal or Deccan school of miniature painting.

Q2. Describe the evaluation of the Indian National Flag and the Symbolic significance of its forms and colours.

Q3. Highlight the aesthetic aspects of the famous contemporary (Indian) sculpture GANESHA done by Ackka Yadagiri Rao. Or Graphic-print of WALLS done by Anupam Sud.

Q.4. Write a short note on the compositional arrangement of any of the following paintings:

(i) Bharat meets Rama at Chitrakuta  (Rajasthani School)

(ii) Krishna with Gopis  ( Pahari School)

Q5. Write a short note on any of the following with special reference to the painting included in your course of study:

(a) The Tendency for composing crowded scenes involving too many forms and figures in the Mughal miniature paintings.

(b) The representation of the landscape background with typical Deccan  hills in the Deccan Miniature painting.

Q6. Mention the names of any five important Indian artists, who contributed to the national freedom movement.

Q.7. Mention the name of any five sculptures of the contemporary (Modern) Indian Art which are included in your course of study.

Q.8. Mention the titles of any five miniature paintings of the Rajasthani and Pahari Schools included in your course of study, which you like the most.

 2011-12

                 SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER

GRAPHICS

(HISTORY OF INDIAN ART)

Class XII  2012

Time allowed : 2 Hrs                                                Maximum Marks  : 40

General  Instructions :

(a) All the eight questions are compulsory, which carry equal marks.

(b) Answer be written for Question No. 1 and 2 in about 200 words each and for question no -3, 4 and 5 in about 100 words each. Question no 6, 7 and 8 are of  objective type.

Q.1. Write an essay on the origin and development of the Rajasthani or Pahari school of miniature painting .

Q.2. Which one do you like or dislike most among all the Mughal and Deccan miniature  paintings included in your course of study ? Give your reasons in detail in the light of the capability of its artist in handling the medium and technique,  depiction  of  the subject –  matter and the way of composition.

Q.3. Write any five main features of the Bengal school of painting.

Q.4. Hightlight the acesthetic aspects of the famous graphics print CHILDREN done by Somnath hare.                                                                                                                               

Q.5. Write a short note on any of the following with special reference to the painting included in your course of study.                                                                                                                       

(a) Compositional arrangement in the Rajasthani Miniature paintings.

(b) Delineation  of Raga- Raginis in the pahari miniature paintings.

Q.6. (i) Mention the names of any three painters of the Mughal school of miniature painting    included in your course of study, which you like the most.   (ii) Mention the names of the two sub- schools of the Deccan school of miniature painting. Included in your course of study.

Q.7. what symbolizes each of the following included in our National Flag :                                           

(a) India Saffron

(b) White

(c) India Green

(d) Navy Blue

(e) 24 Spokes in  the Ashokan Wheel (Chakra)

Q.8. Mention the titles of any two sculptures, two paintings and a graphic- print of the  contemporary (Modern) Indian Art, which are included in your course of study.

 

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