CBSE Class 12 Sculpture Worksheet Set K

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Sculpture Class 12 Other Subjects Worksheet Pdf

Class 12 Other Subjects students should refer to the following printable worksheet in Pdf for Sculpture in Grade 12. This test paper with questions and solutions for Standard 12 Other Subjects will be very useful for tests and exams and help you to score better marks

Class 12 Other Subjects Worksheet for Sculpture

1. Which one do you like or dislike most among all the contemporary (modern) Indian sculptures included in your course of study? Give your appropriate reasons in detail based on the aesthetic parameters. 
 
2. Write an essay on the origin and development of the Deccan School of Miniature Painting. 
 
3. Do you receive any spiritual message from the famous Mughal miniature painting ‘Kabir and Raidas’ or famous Deccani miniature-painting?‘HazratNizamuddinAuliya and Amir Khusro?’Explain in short. 
 
4. Evaluate the artistic achievements of any of the following Contemporary (Modern) Indian artists, with specialreference to his/her art-work included in your course: 
(i) KamleshDuttPande (painter)
(ii) RamkinkerVaij (sculptor)
(iii) AnupamSud (graphic-artist)
 
5. Which human life-values and emotions are shown by unknown artist of the Guler sub-school in his famous miniature painting ‘Bharat Worshipping Charan-Padukas of Rama’ ? Explain in short. 
 
6. Mention the titles of any five miniature paintings of the Mughal and Deccan Schools included in your course of study. 
 
7. Mention the names of any five painters of the Rajasthani or Pahari Schools of Miniature Painting included in your course of study. 
 
8. Mention the artist of each of the contemporary Indian art – works included in your course of study. 
(i) Words and Symbols (a painting)
(ii) Children (a graphic - print)
(iii) Triumph of Labour (a sculpture)
(iv) Vanshri (a sculpture)
(v) Magician (a painting)
 
Answer key
 
1. Like / Dislikeparameters- your point of view only, 5 justifications
 
2. Origin and Development of the Deccan School of Miniature Painting
Deccan art denotes broadly the miniatures rendered from 16th to 19th century A.D. atBijapur, Ahmednagar, Golkonda and Hyderabad. These independent states have their own distinct geographical and historical identity known as Deccan.
Deccan had its own distinction in art, culture, dramatics, linguistics, social values,costumes, religious beliefs, thoughts and ideas.
 
The style and themes in Deccan miniatures are an amalgamation (combination) of various art elements and influences especially the elements of early indigenous(local) art traditions of the Deccan and Islamic idiom of Iran, Persia, Turkey.
Early phases evolved at the AdilShahi court of Bijapur, where several Irani, Persian And Turkish painters, calligraphers, scholars came to Bijapur. Skilled in Islamic Art Style these artists rendered paintings on pure Islamic themes and in a pure Islamic Idiom.The second phase started when the later generations of Muslim rulers of Deccan States, Bijapur,Golkonda, Ahmednagar and Hyderabad had their roots on Indian soil. They were inclined to Indian Mysticism. Besides, the artists they had were mostly local or local descendants of earlier immigrants who came from Iran, Persia, Turkey.The third phase initiated in the 18th century at Hyderabad when another form of Deccan art came into existence. It blended with the romantic passion of the former Golkonda School as well as the stylistic elements and refinement of the Mughal art Visible styles of Deccan Art:
 
(i) The rhythmic delicacy of Persia
(ii) The lush sensuality of the Deccan
(iii)Three dimensional aspects European Art which can be clearly seen in delineation of buildings.
(iv)Tall ,fair complexioned and emotionally charged males and sensuous Loo king Females.
(v) The people are endowed with lovely faces, large wide open eyes, bold features, broad foreheads , high necks, triangularly slanting waists an neatly carved figures, each one characterized by excitement, vigour, moods, sentiments and dramatic intensity infused into its being.
 
3. 5 points with justification – in favour of Subject only
 
4. 5 points with justification – on Artistic achievements only
 
5. 5 points with justification – high lighting the value projected in the painting
 
6. Mughal Paintings:
Any five paintings
&
Deccan Paintings:
Any five paintings
 
7. Rajasthani Painters:
Any five painters
or
Pahari Painters:
Any five painters
 
8. KCS Panikar
SomnathHore
D P Roy Chaudhury
Mrinalini Mukherjee
Gaganendranath Tagore


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