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Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 1

The European artists brought with them new styles and conventions of painting. Which of the following options best describe the term convention?

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The word convention here stands for “an accepted norm or style” as the statement talks about the Europeans bringing in the different styles of painting techniques and styles which added to the existing norms or ways of painting.

Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 2

They began producing pictures which became widely popular in Europe and helped shape Western perceptions of India. Who is being referred to here as they?

Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 3

European artists brought with them the idea of realism. From the list of options which one best describes the term realism.

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Realism is art that accurately represents real life people, places, and things. The Europeans brought in this concept to portray the everyday lives in their work.

Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 4

This image is an artist?s oil painting on the ruins on the banks of the Ganges at Ghazipur. This painting depicts the ruins of local buildings that were once grand showing reminders of past glory. Name the famous British artist whose nephew was also equally popular, who painted this.

Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 5

Which year did the painters Thomas Daniell and his nephew William Daniell come to India?

Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 6

This image is a painting by Thomas and William Daniell bringing modern civilization to India- the making of a new city is powerfully emphasized in this pictures. Identify the city

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Calcutta :A state of E India on the bay of bengale: formed in 1947 from the Hindu area of Bengal; additional territories added in 1950(cooch Behar), 1954(chandernagor), and 1956(part of bihar) ; mostly low lying and crossed by the Hooghly River. capital Kolkata (Calcutta). Calcutta is one of the largest cities in the world and suffes from proverty overcrowding and unemployment

Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 7

Which one the following definition best explain a Portrait ?

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A portrait is a painting, photograph, sculpture, or other artistic representation of a person, in which the face and its expression is predominant.

Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 8

This new style of Portraiture also served as an ideal means of displaying the lavish lifestyles, wealth and status that the empire generated. Explain the term Portraiture.

Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 9

A few facts with respect to the portrait painting are given below. Choose the one that is not TRUE.

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The correct answer is option (A).  In colonial India, portraits were life-size images that looked lifelike and real. The rich and powerful people, both Indian and British, were very fond of self-portraits. European artists like Johann Zoffany visited India in search of profitable commissions. He was born in Germany, migrated to England and came in India and stayed for five years. He depicted the British as superior and imperious, flaunting their clothes, standing royally or sitting arrogantly and living a life of luxury while Indians were portrayed as submissive and inferior serving their white masters and occupying a shadowy background in his paintings.

Test: The Changing World of Visual Arts - Question 10

Who introduced the use of water colours and oil paints in India for the first time?

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British artists in the early 19th century seemed to regard watercolor primarily as a sketching tool in preparation for the "finished" work in oil or engraving.

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