1) Derived colours are:
blue, yellow and red
all colours derived from primary colours
orange, violet and green
black and white
2) A cross is:
3) "Sharp" stains are:
stains of vivid, glaring colours
stains with clear boundaries
stains of specific, wedged shape
4) Three primary colours mixed together give:
5) Rectangle in which two longer sides are perpendicular to a base is a:
6) Which of squares gives an impression of being closer than its background:
red square in a green background
blue square in an orange background
both answers are correct
7) The blue and the orange colour are:
8) Lines exist in nature:
9) Choose the correct sentence:
A form is compact and clearly separated from the rest of the surrounding space.
The image of a sculpture depends on material used.
A form is the oldest, but still popular, type of sculptures.
answer 1 and 3
10) Pure colours are:
all light colours
primary and derived colours
11) Term of a balance appears in:
drawing, painting, sculpting, architecture
sculpting and architecture
12) Distribution of lights and shadows is called:
13) We speak of a narrow range of colours, when artist used:
just a few colours
colours lying near to each other in the circle of colours
colours lying opposite in the circle of colours
14) The way paint is placed a cloth is called:
15) What type of a composition naturally keeps in balance:
16) A sculpture is always a compact, spatial form:
17) Art gained a linear perspective in:
the Middle Ages
18) Which sentence is false:
The line of the horizon is always at the eye-level of the viewer.
All lines of the given view are parallel to the line of the horizon.
The point where all perpendicular to the given view lines meet can be placed anywhere.
19) Which colours have strong value:
20) The perspective which takes into account the changes to which the colours of objects are submitted as they move further away from the person looking at them: