UTME CBT FREE Practice Test – Fine Arts Hello and Welcome to UTME CBT FREE Practice Test - Fine Arts You are to attempt 40 Random Objectives Questions ONLY for 30 minutes. Supply Your Full Name in the text box below and begin immediately. Your time starts NOW! Full Name (Surname First): Location: Varninsh is essential for the protection of _______A. water colour painting B. pastel painting C. oil painting D. gouache paintingABCDThe use of lines to describe an object is known as ______A. drawing B. pottery C. painting D. graphicsABCDThe first tertiary institution in Nigeria to have an art curriculum was ______A. Yaba College of Technology, Lagos B. Institute of Management Technology, Enugu C. University of Nigerua, Nsukka D. Ahmadu Bello University, ZariaABCDLiterary art involves ______A. poetry and prose B. drama C. architecture D. painting and sculptureABCDIn lettering one of the principles is that round characters are placed ______A. apart B. closely C. at an angle D. overheadABCDByzantine art emerged in the 4th century in ______A. Constantinople B. Crete C. Rome D. ParisABCDAn armature is essential to the artists in executing large works in ______A. ceramics B. craft C. sculpture D. carvingABCDA work of art is successful if the ______A. elements are well organized B. colours are sharp C. surface is bright D. work is monumentalABCDIn computer graphics the name given to a device used in navigating the window environment is _____A. pencil B. ruling pen C. keyboard D. mouseABCDThe annual Igwe Festival is celebrated in _____A. Benin B. Akure C. Ondo D. WarriABCDIn the pictorial composition given, the eye level is represented by line _____A. GH B. KL C. EF D. IJABCDWhich of the following supports was used by Roman painters for expression? A. Walls B. Canvas C. Metal panels D. Wooden panelsABCDPrehistoric cave paintings reflected ______A. animals B. building C. plants D. peopleABCDPlasticine is an art medium that can be used in place of _____A. wood B. ivory C. mud D. clayABCDWhich of the following does a textile artist use to form patterns? A. motif B. posters C. yam D. logoABCDCalligraphy pen can be preserved after use by ______A. steaming in hot water B. oiling C. greasing D. rinsing in cold waterABCDArtworks that are produced to serve a utilitarian purpose are classified as? A. theatre arts B. liberal arts C. applied arts D. fine artsABCDWhich of the following grades of pencils is good for making marks? A. 4B B. 2H C. 4H D. HBABCDCaptions used to enhance television announcements would be more understandable if produced as ______A. collage B. graphics C. painting D. mosaicsABCDWhich of the following is regarded as the founder of Nigerian museums? A. Kenneth Murray B. William Faggs C. Jimoh Akolo D. Ben EnwonwuABCDDyes are colourants most suitable for ______A. printing on fabrics B. painting on walls C. drawing on canvas D. printing on papersABCDIn Nigerua, thorn carving is practised in ______A. Shagamu and Oshogbo B. Owo and Ado -Ekiti C. Ado-Ekiti and Ilesha D. Owo and ShagamuABCDA spatula can be inprovised using _______A. feather B. wood C. charcoal D. clayABCDWood carving in Yorubaland was primarily meant for ______A. royalty B. economic purpose C. ceremony D. religious purposeABCDThe design above is composed of ______A. elliptical forms B. elliptical shapes C. basic shapes D. basic formsABCDIkogosi Warm Spring is described as a natural phenomenon because it _____A. occurs naturally in the wet season B. occurs naturally C. is artificially kept warm D. is naturally warm in the dry seasonABCDFrom the diagram above, the effect of solidity is best exhibited in? A. iii B. i C. iv D. iiABCDThe starch used for designing in adire-eleko is boiled with ______A. indigo dye and white alum B. yellow dye and white alum C. red dye and white alum D. green dye and white alumABCDDogo of Mali is renown for its _______A. textile B. masks C. engravings D. decorationsABCDEmphasis in a composition, means that attention is drawn to ______A. the entire surface of the composition B. certain parts than others C. colour harmony D. colours predominantly usedABCDMosaic art of decoration was introduced during the _______A. Romanesque period B. Gothic period C. prehistoric period D. Medieval periodABCDWhich of the following are characteristics of Egyptian arts? A. Rigidity and frontality B. use of bright and raw colours C. short feet and small thighs D. roundness of shoulderABCDA permanent pattern made on the skin is called ______A. graffito B. body painting C. body design D. tatooABCDAn atomizer is most ideal in the application of _______A. fixative B. polymer C. linseed oil D. poster coloursABCDIn traditional Nigerian art, there is a cultural and artistic connection between ______A. Nok and Ife B. Benin and Igala C. Nok Benin D. Ife and BeninABCDWhich of the following pigments can be obtained locally from clay?A. lemon yellow B. yellow ochre C. green D. blueABCDThe effect produced by the combination of light, shape and colour is _____A. shading B. painting C. plating D. serigraphyABCDWhich of the following is best arranged in order of softness? A. 2B, H and 3B B. 3B, 2B, H and HB C. H, HB, 2B and 3B D. 3B, HB, H and 2BABCDPointillism become more popular during ______A. the Renaissance B. Modern Art C. Classicsm D. ImpressionismABCDAn abstract art is a realistic representation of _____A. distorted representation of an art B. still life drawings C. drawing of human figures D. natureABCD1 out of GREAT! You finished before the expiration of the 30 minutes allotted to you. You may want to preview before submission, else, Click the submit button below to see your score To submit your quiz and see your score/performance report; Make sure you supply your Full Name in the form above. Unable to submit your quiz? Kindly Click Here To Retake UTME CBT FREE Practice Test - Fine Arts. Make sure you supply your Full Name before submission. Time is Up! Time's up Share on Facebook Tweet Follow us Share Share Share Share Share Categories: UTME CBT Practice Tests In All Subjects (General Test) Tags: UTME CBT FREE Practice Test - Fine Arts 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.