Junior Lecturer in Sculpture, Kerala Collegiate Education Music Colleges 510/2013 Answer Key

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Post : Junior Lecturer in Sculpture
Department : Kerala Collegiate Education Music Colleges
Category Code : 510/13
Qualification : Masters Degree in Sculpture or its equivalent
Question Paper Code : 73/2017/OL
Date of Test : 13-09-2017



  1. In Vishnu iconography "gada" is represented as
    • Female companion
    • Celestial being
    • Male companion
    • A vehicle

  2. "Yakshi Chandra", the famous stone relief is from
    • Sanchi
    • Bharhut
    • Amaravati
    • Udaygiri

  3. Lothal and Kalibangan both are
    • Situated in Gujarat
    • Pre-Maurian site
    • Famous for ancient port
    • Harappan site

  4. Evidence of earliest rock cut architecture was found at
    • Ajanta caves
    • Lomashrishi caves
    • Kailashnath temple at Ellora
    • Amaravati Buddhist architecture

  5. Sculptor Gonzalez used to work with
    • Matisse
    • Henry Moor
    • Picasso
    • Giacometti

  6. The sculpture "Japnese War God" is made by
    • Pablo Picasso
    • Michael Ayrton
    • Eduardo Paolozzi
    • Marino Marini

  7. A group of constructivist sculptors are
    • Malevich, Gabo, Rodchenko
    • Picasso, Malevich, Gabo
    • Picasso, Tatlin, Pevsner
    • Tatlin, Boccioni, Jean Arp

  8. "Man with dog" is a sculpture by
    • N. Pushpamala
    • Balan Namiar
    • Dhruva Mistry
    • Madhab Bhattacharya

  9. Gandhara art relates to
    • Greco-Roman art
    • Indo-Persian art
    • Indo-Greek art
    • Central Asian art

  10. Bernini was
    • Renaissance painter
    • Modern sculptor
    • Baroque sculptor
    • Post-Modern sculptor

  11. 'Amalgamate' is an appropriate word for
    • Stone
    • Bronze
    • Fibre glass
    • Wood

  12. Vardhamanaka, denoting increasing prosperity has been symbolized as
    • Right arm stretched forward
    • A lotus in a pot
    • One pot over another
    • Right leg stretched forward

  13. The ancient city Pompeii has been referred with
    • Roman Art
    • Etruscan Art
    • Renaissance Art
    • Greek Art

  14. Henry Moore was influenced by
    • Maya, Aztec sculptures
    • Egyptian sculpture
    • African sculptures
    • Indian sculptures

  15. Abhinavagupta was the creator of
    • Rasa-Sutra
    • Dhvanyaloka
    • Tantraloka
    • Kama-Sutra

  16. 'Abstract in white, ochre and black' is a sculpture by
    • Kenneth Armitage
    • Victor Pasmore
    • Alberto Giacometti
    • Vladmir Tatlin

  17. 'Dung Beatle' images are often referred in Mythology of
    • Ancient Africa
    • Ancient Egypt
    • Etruscan Civilization
    • Ancient India

  18. 'Modhera' Sun temple is situated near
    • Sidhpur
    • Palitana
    • Ahmedabad
    • Delhi

  19. 'Kukkutanda' the analogy was created to describe the shape of
    • Breast
    • Head
    • Knee
    • Hand

  20. The land art 'England' was created by
    • Richard Long
    • Ian Burn
    • Joseph Beuys
    • Smithson

  21. Pure bronze contains
    • Stannum
    • Aurum
    • Titanium
    • Calcium

  22. 'Flux' helps in
    • Retaining heat
    • Promoting fusion
    • Cleaning impurities
    • Cooling temperature
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  23. 'The White Bride' is a sculpture by
    • Andrea Cascella
    • Joachim Berthold
    • Jean Ipoustegy
    • Claire Zeisler

  24. 'Horse' 1914 is a sculpture by
    • Marcel Duchamp
    • Raymond Duchamp-Villon
    • David Hare
    • Matisse

  25. Satavahana dynasty in Deccan Dates back to
    • 200 BC
    • 187 BC
    • 200 AD
    • 150 AD

  26. 'City Square' 1948-49, is a sculpture by
    • Max Ernst
    • Alberto Giacometti
    • Jean Arp
    • Naum Gabo

  27. 'Nagarjunakonda' is named after
    • Great Buddhist teacher Nagarjuna
    • Pallava King Nagarjuna
    • Philosopher Nagarjuna
    • Singer Nagarjuna

  28. Stiacciato-relievo is
    • Lowest possible true relief
    • Full relief
    • Intaglio
    • High relief

  29. 'The Principles of Art' 1938, was written by
    • R.G. Collingwood
    • Herbert Read
    • William Blake
    • Joseph Cornell

  30. Earliest use of 'Plaster of Paris' was found at
    • 3500 BC Egypt
    • 1370 BC at El-Amarneh
    • 332 BC Greece
    • 310 AD Rome

  31. "Meaning is not a quality, but a function of a term" was written by
    • Susanne K. Langer
    • Benedetto Croce
    • Aristotle
    • H.W. Janson

  32. Bourdelle worked for a long time as chief assistant of
    • Aristide Maillol
    • Auguste Rodin
    • Charles Despiau
    • Medardo Rosso

  33. Ebony is a
    • Variety of wood
    • A resin for polishing
    • An ancient painting medium
    • Variety of stone

  34. "Glenkiln Cross" is a sculpture by
    • Henry Moore
    • Isamu Noguchi
    • Leonardo Basking
    • Brancusi

  35. 'Emperor Ashoka after the battle of Kalinga', metal, 1970 is by
    • Prabas Sen
    • Sankho Chowdhury
    • Meera Mukherjee
    • Sushen Ghosh

  36. Preferred wood for carving
    • Low in oil content
    • Without oil
    • Low in mineral content
    • Rich in oil content

  37. 'Torso with wavy hat', 1916 is a sculpture by
    • Jean Arp
    • Medardo Rosso
    • Constantin Brancusi
    • David Smith

  38. Pandava Ratha, the five chariots at Mamallapuram are examples of works from
    • The Chalukya period
    • The Satavahana period
    • The Pallava period
    • The Gupta period

  39. Maturing temperature for Gangetic silt/clay
    • 700-800°C
    • 500-650°C
    • 900°C
    • 1000°C

  40. 'Royal Tide V', 1960 is an assemblage by
    • Louise Nevelson
    • Joseph Cornell
    • Victor Pasmore
    • Nancy Graves

  41. 'Figure with raised arm' is a sculpture by
    • Jeff Koons
    • Georg Baselitz
    • Eduardo Paolozzi
    • Robert Gober

  42. Heap II, 1968 is a work by
    • Barry Flanagan
    • Robert Morris
    • Reg Butler
    • Anton Pevsner

  43. 'Mahesha Murti' is situated at
    • Ellora
    • Ajanta
    • Elephanta
    • Khajuraho

  44. 'Gangavatarana' is at
    • Amaravati
    • Mahabalipuram
    • Sanchi
    • Konarak

  45. 'Kritios Youth' is a
    • Roman sculpture
    • Greek sculpture
    • Egyptian sculpture
    • Gothic sculpture

  46. 'Harvester' is a sculpture by
    • Ramkinkar Baij
    • Devi Prasad Roy Choudhury
    • Dhanraj Bhagat
    • Vinayak Pandurang Karmarkar

  47. 'Ballerina' is a sculpture by
    • Edgar Degas
    • Kandinsky
    • Max Ernst
    • Alexander Archipenko

  48. 'The River', 1938 is a sculpture by
    • Kathe Kollwitz
    • Aristide Maillol
    • Charles Despiau
    • Camille Claudel

  49. 'Yakshi of Diderganj' is made of
    • Marble
    • Granite
    • Sand Stone
    • Terracotta

  50. The word 'Macrome' goes with the work of
    • Pillo Pochkhanawala
    • Mrinalini Mukherjee
    • B.C. Sanyal
    • M.F. Husain

  51. Intricate carvings at 'Amaravati' refers to the tradition of
    • Wood carving
    • Stone carving
    • Bone carving
    • Ivory carving

  52. 'Unique Form of continuity in space' is a sculpture by
    • Umberto Boccioni
    • Joan Miro
    • Alexander Calder
    • Max Bill

  53. Barbara Hepworth was a
    • American Sculptor
    • Swedish Sculptor
    • French Sculptor
    • British Sculptor

  54. The 3-D designs made by Alexander Calder was known as
    • Kinetic art
    • Stabile
    • Installation
    • Multi-media art

  55. The 'Gates of Paradise' is a relief sculpture by
    • Donatello
    • Masaccio
    • Lorenzo Ghiberti
    • Brunelleschi

  56. 'Woman in back view I, II, III, IV are a series of sculptures done between 1909 to 1930 by
    • Aristide Maillol
    • Antionine Matisse
    • Henri Matisse
    • Paul Gauguin

  57. Umberrto Boccioni is a
    • Constructivist
    • Futurist
    • An Expressionist
    • Cubist

  58. 'The Dying Slave' is by
    • Honore Daumier
    • Michelangelo
    • Ernst Barlach
    • Bernini

  59. Lime-Stone is a
    • Igneous rocks
    • Meta-morphic rocks
    • Kind of cement
    • Sedimentary rocks

  60. Ratan Parimoo is an
    • Art Curator
    • Art Historian
    • Architect
    • Art Collector

  61. K.C.S. Paniker was belongs to the artist group of
    • Bombay Group
    • Delhi Shilpi Chakra
    • The Calcutta Group
    • Cholamandal

  62. 'Girl in Chair', 1955 was created by
    • Dhan Raj Bhagat
    • Balbir Singh Katt
    • Giacomo Manzu
    • Henri Laurens

  63. 'Cloud Gate' is a public sculpture by
    • Piraji Sagara
    • Latika Katt
    • Ram V. Sutar
    • Anish Kapoor

  64. 'King of the Dark Chamber' mural in glazed terracotta was done by
    • Trupti Patel
    • Jyotsna Bhatt
    • K.G. Subramanyam
    • P.R. Daroz

  65. An artist belongs to the group of Abstract Expressionism is
    • Ernest Dame
    • Jean-Joseph Curries
    • Georges Lacombe
    • Richard Huelsenbeck

  66. 'Torso of a Young Man', 1924, is a sculpture by
    • Madardo Rosso
    • Jean Arp
    • Constantin Branncusi
    • Kelly

  67. 'The transcended boundary' as a concept is visible in the practice of
    • Nalini Malani
    • Amrita Sher-Gil
    • Uma Siddhanta
    • Kamala Dasgupta

  68. The artist who won a litigation to ascertain the 'Artist moral rights' over a piece of his own creation
    • Mhatre
    • K. Venkatappa
    • Amarnath Sehgal
    • A.M. Davierwalla

  69. The sculptor, who got influenced by the traditional temple sculptures of Southern India, precisely the Kavachas cover, is
    • Hiranmoy Roy Chowdhury
    • P.V. Janakiram
    • Aekka Yadagiri Rao
    • Phani Bose

  70. Who considered as the 'Father' of Caricature?
    • Phillip king
    • Eric Gill
    • Dekkers
    • Honore Daumier

  71. 'In Bondage' is a sculpture by
    • Mahendra Pandya
    • Kewal Soni
    • Pradosh Das Gupta
    • M. Dharmani

  72. During 1970s, one of the pioneer and leading exponent of abstract art from the occident, who derived inspiration and spiritual nourishment from the oriental art is
    • Chuck Close
    • Hans Arp
    • Jasper Johns
    • Eric Gill

  73. The school aimed to create a common code of aesthetics which was applicable to all forms of art is called
    • Heidelberg school
    • Das Bauhaus school
    • Hague school
    • Progressive school

  74. The formative period of Greek art refers to
    • Etruscan
    • Cretan
    • Aztec
    • Prehistoric

  75. Rock cut architecture of Ajanta relates to
    • Buddhism
    • Hinduism
    • Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism
    • Jainism

  76. 'Lobster Telephone', 1936 is a sculpture by
    • Julio Gonzalez
    • Theodore
    • Salvador Dali
    • Vladimir

  77. 'Cloud Burst' in aluminium, 1983 is a sculpture by
    • J. Swaminathan
    • S. Dhanapal
    • Himmat Shah
    • Pillo Pochkhanawala

  78. 'The Umbrellas, Japan-USA', 1984-1991 is an artworks by
    • Rummana Husain
    • Christo
    • Prithpal Schdave Ladi
    • Sheba Chhachi

  79. Which Indian sculptor won the Silver Medal in appreciation for his works at the 1948 Summer Olympics?
    • Biman Behari Das
    • Ajit Chakraborty
    • Sharbari Roy Choudhuri
    • Chintamoni Kar

  80. 'Mukkola Perumal', 1974 is the works by
    • Valsan Kolleri
    • Soman
    • S. Radhakrishnan
    • Kanai Kunhiraman

  81. Which of the following exercised most important influence in framing the Indian Constitution?
    • French Constitution
    • British Constitution
    • The Government of India Act of 1935
    • U.S. Constitution

  82. The Right to Constitutional Remedies deals with which Article of the Indian Constitution?
    • Article 30
    • Article 32
    • Article 36
    • Article 28

  83. In India voting age reduced from 21 to 18 in the year
    • 1980
    • 1985
    • 1986
    • 1989

  84. Article 360 of the Indian Constitution deals with
    • Financial Emergency
    • National Emergency
    • State Emergency
    • General Emergency

  85. Name the Act that governs the Internet usage in India is
    • The Internet usage Act - 2007
    • The Information Technology Act - 2000
    • The Information Technology Amendment Act - 2007
    • The Information Technology Act - 2010

  86. In India internet came in which year?
    • 1985
    • 1990
    • 1995
    • 1997

  87. The missionaries who laid foundation of western education in Malabar were
    • CMS
    • LMS
    • Basal Evangelical Mission
    • Salvation Army

  88. The Newspaper "Al Ameen" started by
    • Muhammed Abdu Rahiman
    • Maulana Abulkalam Azad
    • Vakkam Abdul Khadar Maulavi
    • Vaikkam Muhammed Basheer

  89. Name the social reformer who formed 'Sadhu Jana Paripalano Sangam' was
    • Thycaud Ayya
    • Ayyankali
    • Pandit K.P. Karuppan
    • K.P. Vellon

  90. Paliyam Satyagraha launched by
    • K. Kelappan
    • A.K. Gopalan
    • C. Kesavan
    • K. Krishnapillai

  91. Kunhikkannan was the original name of
    • Chattampi swamikal
    • Vagbhatanandan
    • Agamananda swami
    • Sree Narayana Guru

  92. Who is known as 'Jhansi Rani of Travancore'?
    • Anna Chandy
    • Arya Pallom
    • Kuttimalu Amma
    • Akkamma Cheriyan

  93. Who among them was a member of Indian constituent assembly which formed in 1947?
    • Akkamma Cheriyan
    • Lakshmi N Menon
    • Lalitha Prabu
    • Ammu Swaminathan

  94. Who made the controversial 'Kozhanchery Speech' associated with the 'Abstention Movement' in 1935?
    • C. Kesavan
    • T.M. Varghese
    • N.V. Joseph
    • A.K. Gopalan

  95. Bhrandalayam is a novel written by
    • P. Kesav Dev
    • Thakazhi Siva Sankara Pillai
    • Thoppil Bhasi
    • C.V. Raman Pillai

  96. Name the High Court in India declared human status to the two Indian sacred rivers Ganga and Yamuna
    • Uttar Pradesh
    • Patna
    • Delhi
    • Uttarakhand

  97. Who won the Vayalar Award - 2016?
    • U.K. Kumaran
    • Subhash Chandran
    • C. Radhakrishnan
    • K.R. Meera

  98. The headquarters of ESAF [Evangelical Social Action Forum] is at
    • Chalakkudy
    • Mannuthy
    • Koratty
    • Kochi

  99. World Kidney Day is observed on
    • February 20
    • February 25
    • March 9
    • March 11
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  100. The venue of 2020 Olympics is
    • Moscow
    • London
    • Paris
    • Tokyo

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