In this arts and design quiz, we are going to be looking at the study of arts and design painting. Here, you will get to know about some basic types of paintings such as the deep blue paint made by crushing the valuable gemstone lapis lazuli and many others. This is a “must try” quiz for anyone interested in arts.
Art is an expression or application of human creative skills and imagination in the form of a painting or sculpture. Arts could be divided into several types such as visual arts (paintings, drawings, architecture, etc), literary arts (fiction, poetry, prose, and drama), performing arts (music, dance, and theatre), and culinary arts (cooking, chocolate making, etc). Talking about the design, it is the imagining and planning of the creation of systems, objects, etc.
A painting could be defined as the practice that involves the application of paint, pigment, color, or other media to a solid surface.
Arts and design are seen in our everyday life, implying that their study is relevant. To get some insights about arts and design painting, answer this quiz and determine your knowledge on this topic.
During the Renaissance, a particular type of painting was popular. It involved painting directly onto plaster which was wet. What was this called?
What can be found at the Grotte Chauvet in France?
Which oil was originally mixed with pigment to create oil paint?
A deep blue paint was made by crushing the valuable gemstone lapis lazuli. As it was so expensive, it was usually only used for what?
Although Acrylic paints are water-based, what happens to them when they dry?
Which colour is the odd one out?
Painting has a lot to do with colour. What do we call the selection of colours an artist chooses to use?
Which are the two usual ways for a canvas orientation to be described?
Tempera paint is a pigment commonly mixed with which unusual binding agent?
In which one of the following year, Acrylics paint was invented?
Acrylic resin, which was quickly transformed into acrylic paint was discovered by
Process of Insulin was invented by
when you mic a little of the complementary color into a color, the new color is
What is the term for a color that has black added to it?
Which color is complementary to Yellow?