Q1. Fill in the blanks.

                          i.        The art form which observed carefully and tried to capture exactly what the eye saw is called ___________________.

                         ii.        The style of painting which showed Indian landscape as a quaint, unexplored land is called __________________.

                        iii.        Paintings which showed the social lives of Europeans in India are called ___________________.

                        iv.        Paintings which depicted scenes from British imperial history and their victories are called _____________________.


Q2. Point out which of the following were brought in with British art: (a) oil painting (b) miniatures (c) life-size portrait painting (d) use of perspective (e) mural art


Q3. Name the title of the book written by kakuzo. What was it famous for?


Q4. What were the three categories of Imperial Art?


How many categories of imperial arts were there?


Q5. Define Gothic with example.


Q6. How did the Patuas and Kumhars develop the new form of Indian Art?


Q7. Compare the painting styles of Raja Ravi Varma and Abanindranath Tagore.


Describe the major difference between styles of Raja Ravi Varma and Abanindranath Tagore.


Q8. Describe the images produced by “Calcutta art studio”?


Q9. Write a short note on kalighat paintings?


Q10. In what ways did the Daniell brothers contrast the image of traditional India with colonial India?


Q11. In what way did the British history paintings in India reflect the attitudes of imperial conquerors?


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