Drawing or Painting from Nature
(Two hours and half)
This paper is for the use of only the Supervising Examiner,
in consultation with the Art Teacher. J
Attention is drawing the syllabus and to the instructions as given in the subject
syUabus for the March 2011 examination, on pages 170 to 1 73.
Candidates must be instructed that ruling by any means whatsoever is forbidden.
The candidate’s Index Number must be written clearly on the top right hand corner of the front surface of the papers.
The intended marks for questions or parts of questions are given in brackets [ ].
This Paper is divided into two Sections.
Candidates may attempt the question either from Section A or Section B. [ 100]
Each candidate must be provided with a Spray (8″ long stem) ‘CALENDULA‘ or ‘OLEANDER‘ with some leaves and a bud. The candidates may be allowed to handle it in any way i.e. keep them on the desk or hold them in the hand. Special attention should be paid to the character of the flower [form, structure, tone and colour].
Note: Where it is not possible to get the required flower, a similar flower available may be provided. The name of the flower must be mentioned.
A detailed study or a ‘Money Plant‘ in a pot. Candidates should draw and paint the plant from sight in relation to its natural background. Special attention should be paid to form, structure, tone and composition.
Eating her curds and whey;
Along came a big spider,
Who sat down beside her
And frightened Miss Muffet away.
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