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HUMANITIES 1

PRELIM EXAMINATION
TEST I. IDENTIFICATION. (2 PTS. EACH)
1. It is the process of applying pigment on a smooth surface to secure an interesting arrangement
of forms, lines, and colors.
2. It is originated from the Latin ars which means skill.
3. A medium of art that can be seen and which occupy space.
4. The most fundamental of all skills needed in the arts.
5. A pigment bound by wax and compressed into sticks.
6. It is a fabric into which colored designs have been woven.
7. It is tempered paint made of pure ground pigment bound with gum Arabic.
8. In art, it is refers to the material or means which the artist uses to objectify his feeling or
thought.
9. It refers to art, literature, music, architecture, dance and the theaters.
10. The term used for whatever is represented in a work of art.
TEST II. ENUMERATION.
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2 Types of Subject
2 Types of Visual or Space Arts
3 Ways of Representing Subject
9 Kinds of Subject
3 Classifications of Mediums
6 Examples of Mediums of Painting

TEST III. TRUE OR FALSE. Write true if the statement is correct and false if it is incorrect. ( 2
pts. Each)
1. Art is nature.
2. Architecture is a good example of non-objective art.
3. Twisting, stretching, or deforming the natural shape of the object is abstraction.
4. Surrealism is a combination of realism plus distortion.
5. Sarimanok is an example of subject of animal.
6. A craft is making something that is beautiful rather than useful.
7. Music and literature are mediums related in auditory or time arts.
8. An aesthetic pleasure means to perceive with the senses.
9. Landscape, seascape and cityscape are examples of objective arts.
10. Realism is things are depicted in the way they would normally appear in nature.
TEST IV. DRAWING. 10 PTS.
BY USING A BALLPEN, DRAW YOUR FAVORITE SUBJECT IN ARTS.

HUMANITIES 1
PRELIM EXAMINATION
TEST I. IDENTIFICATION. (2 PTS. EACH)
1.
2.
3.
4.

It is also mean as practical usefulness.


It is originated from the Latin ars which means skill.
It refers to what the artist expresses or communicates on the whole in his work.
The literal statement in the work which can be directly apprehended because the objects
presented are easily recognized.
5. It refers to the special meaning that a certain object or color has for a particular culture or group
of people.
6. The process of simplifying and reorganizing objects and elements according to the demands of
artistic expression.
7. The arts that do not have subject.
8. The arts that have subject.
9. It refers to art, literature, music, architecture, dance and the theaters.
10. The term used for whatever is represented in a work of art.
TEST II. ENUMERATION.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.

3 Functions of Art
5 Areas for Proper Land Use
3 Ways of Representing Subject
9 Kinds of Subject
3 Cleavers Classifications of Subject
2 Examples of Non-Functional of Art

TEST III. TRUE OR FALSE. Write true if the statement is correct and false if it is incorrect. ( 2
pts. Each)
1. Art is nature.
2. Architecture is a good example of non-objective art.
3. Twisting, stretching, or deforming the natural shape of the object is abstraction.
4. Surrealism is a combination of realism plus distortion.
5. Sarimanok is an example of subject of animal.
6. A craft is making something that is beautiful rather than useful.
7. The term function is also mean as practical usefulness.
8. An aesthetic pleasure means to perceive with the senses.
9. Landscape, seascape and cityscape are examples of objective arts.
10. Realism is things are depicted in the way they would normally appear in nature.
TEST IV. DRAWING. 10 PTS EACH.
1. BY USING A BALLPEN, DRAW YOUR FAVORITE SUBJECT IN ARTS.
2. DESIGN YOUR IDEAL HOME. DRAW ITS FLOOR PLAN INDICATING THE
LOCATION OF THE VARIOUS ROOMS AND ACTIVITY AREAS.
3. DESIGN A COMMUNITY REFLECTED DURING THE SPANISH REGIME AND
LABEL THE NAME OF EACH AREA.