Drawing and Painting Model Question

1. The painted text in Pal style have mostly been painted on which surface?
(1) Canvas
(2) Wall
(3) Palm leaves
(4) All of these

2. Who has described Dhiman and Vittapal artists as the founder of Pal style?
(1) Lama Taranath
(2) Rai Krishnadas
(3) N.C. Mehta
(4) None of these

3. The paintings in Pal style were found in which states of Eastern India?
(1) Bihar, Bengal, Orissa, Assam and Nepal
(2) Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Orissa, Assam and Nepal
(3) Bengal, Punjab, Bihar, Assam and Nepal
(4) None of these

4. The name “Apbhransh Style” to Early medieval paintings given by
(1) N.C. Mehta
(2) Rai Krishna Das
(3) Lama Taranath
(4) None of these

5. Many connoisseur of art has addressed the “Apbhransh Style” by diverse names. There are
(1) Pal style, Western Indian style, Gujarat style, Jain style etc.
(2) Pal style, Western Indian style, Deccan style, Jain style, etc.
(3) Pal style, Pahari style, Gujarat style, Jain style etc.
(4) Pal style, Folk style, Gujarat style, Jain style etc.

6. The favourite text of Jain monks ‘Kalpasutra” (period of 13% and 14th century) has been illustrated on the surface of
(1) Board
(2) Palm leaves
(3) Paper
(4) None of these

7. The first available painted text of Palm leaves in Rajasthan is
(1) Sravak Pratikraman Sutra-Churni
(2) Nishithchurni
(3) Neminath Charit
(4) None of these

8. The illustrated book on paper “Uttradhyayan Sutra” is presented in
(1) Jaipur
(2) Udaipur
(3) Jaisalmer
(4) Ahmedabad

9. A very ancient painted copy of “Kalpasutra” is with
(1) Anand Coomarswamy
(2) N.C. Mehta
(3) Seth Anandji Kalyanji
(4) Motichandra Khajanchi

10. The love-sequence of a hero and heroine with 79 beautiful illustrations in the Apbhransh style text is
(1) Kalpsutra
(2) Vasant Vilas
(3) Durga-sapta-sati
(4) Bal gopal Stuti

11. ‘Rati Rahasya’, painted manuscript belongs to theme of
(1) The science of Sex
(2) The science of Religion
(3) The science of Nature
(4) None of these

12. The Mughal Style was born on the blend of
(1) Egyptian and Indian styles
(2) Roman and Indian styles
(3) Persian and Indian styles
(4) None of these

13. Indian Hindu and Foreign Muslim artists joined together to develop the Mughal – style completely on the
(1) Indian soil
(2) Persian soil
(3) Roman soul
(4) All of these

14. There is shortage of in the Mughal style.
(1) Court scenes
(2) animals painting
(3) Female portraiture
(4) War scenes

15. Portraits were painted the most in the
(1) Persian style
(2) Mughal style
(3) Indian style
(4) None of these

16. Because of religious ban the Mughal art became
(1) Darbari art (Court Art)
(2) Emotional art
(3) Religious art
(4) Social art

17. Portraits (Shabiha) got special importance in the period of which Mughal Emperor?
(1) Akbar
(2) Shahjahan
(3) Jahangir
(4) Auranzeb

18. Whose ruling period was the Golden era of Mughal art?
(1) Babar
(2) Humayun
(3) Dara Shikoh
(4) Jahangir

19. Whose regime is considered. to be the golden age of architecture?
(1) Shahjahan
(2) Bahadur Shah-l
(3) Dara Shikoh
(4) Farukhsiar

20. The first known series of paintings of Akbar period which was composed on paper of 28″ x 22″ size :
(1) Gulilstan
(2) Tutinama
(3) Dastane-Amir-Hamja
(4) Diwane Hafiz

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21. Which were the painters of the period of Akbar?
(1) Mir Sayyed Ali, Daswant, Basawan, Mukund, Jamal etc.
(2) Akariza, Daswant, Basawn, Mukund, Jamal etc.
(3) Farukh Beg, Akariza, i Basawn, Mukund, Jamal, etc.
(4) Daswant, Bishandas, Basawan, Mukund, Jamal, etc.

22. The paintings of the Deccan style of 17th century have been preserved in
(1) Indian Museum, Kolkata
(2) Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai
(3) Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad
(4) None of these

23. Which were sultanate especially enriched the paintings style of Deccan?
(1) Adilshah of Bijapur, Nizamshah of Ahmednagar, Kutub Shah of Golkonda
(2) Adilshah of Bijapur, Imadshah of Berar, Nizamshah of Ahmednagar
(3) Badrishah of Bidar, Kutub Shah – of Golkonda, Nizamshah of Ahmednagar
(4) None of these

24. In which style of Deccan paintings the human figures have been painted on one surface having lack of distance and shortness in them?
(1) Bijapur style
(2) Ahmednagar style
(3) Golkonda style
(4) None of these

25. Who has placed the paintings of Rajasthan and the hilly states in the category of Rajput painting?
(1) Dr. Anand Coomarswamy
(2) Dr. Moti Chand
(3) Karl Khandelwal
(4) Anand Krishna

26. The classification of Rajasthani painting which based on regions is as
(1) Mewar school, Marwar school, Harauti school, Dhundhar school
(2) Mewar school, Marwar school, Harauti school, Amer school
(3) Alwar school, Marwar school, Harauti school, Mewar school
(4) None of these

27. The early and oldest available paintings of Mewar is
(1) Geet Govind
(2) Sur Sagar
(3) Rupasanacharyam
(4) Kavi Priya

28. The greatest contribution of Nathdwara sub-style of mewar is
(1) Ras Lila
(2) Pichhwai Portraiture
(3) Pharh
(4) None of these

29. Shahpura is a prominent art centre and sub-style of Mewar is being accomplished in the form of
(1) Patchitra
(2) Wall painting
(3) Scroll painting
(4) Pharh painting

30. The Portrayal of “Bani Tani” in the form of Radha started at Kishangarh in the period of
(1) Kishan Singh
(2) Nagaridas
(3) Shur Singh
(4) Udai Singh’

31. The king of Kishangarh who became famous as “Nagaridas” was
(1) Raj Singh
(2) Sawant Singh
(3) Roop Singh
(4) Jai Singh

32. The folktales of love couple has been painted extensively in Jodhpur style is
(1) Dhola-Maru
(2) Laila-Majnu
(3) Heer-Ranjha
(4) None of these

33. The studio or Rangshala of the Bundi palace is famous for its
(1) Sculptures
(2) Wall paintings
(3) Pillars
(4) None of these

34. Mural paintings became a part of architecture, in which these are made of the “Irish technique” (Alagila) were composed in Rajasthan at
(1) Jaipur
(2) Jodhpur
(3) Jaisalmer
(4) Barmer

35. The art style which bloomed in the fascinating valley of the Punjab and Himalayas in the later half of the 16% century was
(1) Punjab style
(2) Pahari style
(3) Kashmiri style
(4) None of these

36. Many sub-styles are seen in the Pahari painting among which is prominent?
(1) Kangra
(2) Guler
(3) Basohah
(4) Chamba

37. Vaishnavism predominates the theme of Pahari paintings inspired by the literature of
(1) Nayak Nayika Bhed
(2) Ramayan
(3) Riti and Bhakti poets
(4) Mahabharat

38. In 1952 W.G. Archer presented a scholarly and analytical study of different styles of the Pahari art through his book
(1) Indian Painting in the Punjab Hills
(2) Pahari Painting
(3) Kangra Painting on Love
(4) Kangra Painting of the Geet Govind

39. The oldest example of metal sculpture in Indian art is
(1) Nataraj — Gupt period
(2) Buddha — Sultanpur
(3) Dancer —Indus Valley Civilization
(4) None of these

40. The “Singh Stambh” of Sarnath was built by king
(1) Ajatshatru
(2) Bindusar
(3) Chandragupta Maurya
(4) Ashok

41. Which God is mainly sculpted at the temple of Elephanta?
(1) Brahma
(2) Siva
(3) Krishna
(4) Vishnu

42. The island where Elephanta temple is situated known as
(1) Dharapuri
(2) Mayapuri
(3) Janakpuri
(4) None of these

43. Extraordinary polish (op) on the sculptures was a characteristic of which period?
(1) Shung period
(2) Gupt period
(3) Maurya period
(4) All of these

44. The art of Sanchi Stupa belongs to the religion
(1) Hinduism
(2) Buddhism
(3) Jainism
(4) None of these

45. Who excavated the site of Bharhut Stup?
(1) Percy Brown
(2) Rai Krishnadas
(3) Alexander Cunnigham
(4) None of these

46. The material used for Gandhar sculpture were
(1) Red sand stone
(2) Black slate stone
(3) Marble stone
(4) None of these

47. Mathura Shaily used which stone for making sculptures?
(1) Granite stone
(2) Marble stone
(3) Red sand stone
(4) All of these

48. At Gantur district in Andhra Pradesh the Stup of Amaravati is situated on the bank of
(1) Krishna river
(2) Indus river
(3) Chambal river
(4) Yamuna river

49. Which period is generally regarded as a classic climax and golden age of North Indian art for all the major religions groups?
(1) Kushan period
(2) Gupt period
(3) Maurya period
(4) Shung period

50. The over life size copper statue of “Sultanganj Buddha” is from the
(1) Maurya period
(2) Vakatak period
(3) Kushan period
(4) Gupta period