1. A large hall where art works especially painting are displayed and sold to the public is the ____. (a) studio (b) gallery (c) museum (d) market. 

2. Museum is a place where _________. (a) Art works are kept for sale in the public (b) painting are displayed (c) art piece of importance are kept and preserved (d) art works ancient times are exhibited

3. ________ Perspective involves straight line and appears the size of how they are arranged.(a) angular (b) linear (c) parallel (d) aerial 

4. The branches of art are divided into _____. (a) 4 (b)2 (c)4 (d)3 

5. Art is a _________ language of expression. (a) University (b) official (c) universal (d) unicellular 

6. ______ are the aspects of art whose product are visible. (a) Visual art (b) non visual art (c) fine art (d) literary art 

7. The Nigerian national museum is located at _____. (a) Benin (b)Lagos (c) Osun (d)delta 

8. A building set aside for collection, display and preservation of ancient artifacts is called ______. (a) Gallery (b) school (c) museum (d) shop . 

9. A gallery is a place where ____. (a) Christian plays (b) Muslim worship Mohammed (c) works of art are displayed (d) artist paint 

10. The term chiaroscuro means ___________. (a) Silhouette (b) shade (c) gradation of colours only (d) light and shade for drawing and painting 

11. All parallel lines in a perspective drawing meets at a point called _______. (a) Line of vision (b) vanishing point (c) sky limit (d) boundary point 

12. Non-living things painted in a group is called ____ painting. (a) nature (b) still life(c) group painting (d)cartoon 

13. The person that takes care of the works kept in a museum is ______. (a) A secretary (b) an artist (c) a care taker (d) a curator 

14. _____ is the surface available for drawing? (a) Fore ground (b) picture plane (c) background (d) flat surface. 

15. Areas that are far away from the observer is called _____. (a) Front view (b) back ground (c) fore ground (d) eye level 

16. __________ are also known as lifeless object. (a) still life (b) nature (c) life drawing (d) dead object 

17. How many activities are involved in drawing still life objects? (a) 2 (b) 3(c) 4(d) 5 

18. The oldest of all museums in Nigeria is _____. (a) Kaduna (b) Lagos (c) jos (d) Ibadan 

19. The balance of light and shade in a picture is called _____. (a) Solidity (b) balance (c) chiaroscuro (d) shading 

20. The visual illusion of depth on a flat surface is ____. (a) Pointillism (b) foreshortening (c) perspective (d) directive

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21. What are the drawing of flowering plants are called ________. (a)still life drawing (b) nature (c) life drawing (d) flower painting 

22. A museum is an institution for all the following except one. (a) Serving as a tourist center (b) educating the subsequent generation (c) preserving archaic culture (d) flaying and tanning of animal skin. 

23. A painting of an expanse of sea is known as ____.(a) landscape (b) seascape (c) sea painting (d) waterscape painting 

24. Another name for colour is _____. (a) hue (b) intensity (c) tone (d) poster 

25. A large picture or decoration painted on walls is called ______ (a) wall hanging (b) mural (c) mosaic (d) appliqué 

26. In textile design, the repeated use of motif results in _______. (a) Pattern (b) design (c) cloth (d) Ankara. 

27. Which of the following statements best describe motif? (a) a theme of a major idea (b)a design made on fabric (c) tools used in textile drawing (d) the intention of an artist 

28. Another name for pigment is ________. (a) colour (b) pencil (c) leave (d) chemical 

29. A painting that involves thick application of colour on a painting works is _____. (a) fresco (b) impasto (c) etching (d) tempera 

30. Another name of painting technique called wet on wet painting is called ____.(a)fresco(b)secco(c) fresco a secco (d) impasto 

31. Artists who specialize in textile is known as ____. (a) textile designer (b) textiles (c) fashion designer (d) tailors 

32. The two chemicals used along with dye stuff are _________. (a) sulphuric acid and chlorine (b) turpentine and glaze (c) caustic soda and hydrosulphite (d) sodium oxide and caustic soda 

33. What is the usefulness of sodium hydrosulphite in the dyeing process? (a) to make the dye stuff brighter in colour (b) to enable the whole mixture blend well (c) for easy absorption and quick action on fabric (d) to make dye remain permanent on fabric or much longer 

34. Batik is a __________ word. (a) Greek (b) Indonesian (c) roman (d) Latin 

35. The batik tradition is said to have originated from ___. (a) Indonesia (b) java (c) Greek (d) Ireland 

36. Which of these materials help to resist dye on fabric process? (a) Rubber thread or twine (b) gum Arabic or lip sticks (c) cassava starch or hot wax (d) clays or starch. 

37. Which of the following materials can act as a form of resist in tie dye method? (a) Wax and thread (b) raffia and twine (c) wax and raffia (d) stone or starch 

38. Another name for cloth in textile design is __________. (a) Yarn (b) fabric (c) calico 

39. The first discovery of Nok art took place in _________.(a) 1928 (b)1982 (c) 1968 (d) 1892 

40. Benin art was exclusively made for the __________. (a) chiefs (b) noble men(c) obas (d) slaves 

41. Mosaic is believed to have started by the people of _____. (a) Egypt (b) Mesopotamia (c) byzantine(d) roman 

42. The ___________ spread mosaic through out their empire. (a) byzantine (b) roman (c) Greek (d) baroque 

43. _____is a picture made by fixing side by side small bits of coloured stones. (a) stone (b) mosaic(c) collage (d) motif 

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44. Johannes Gutenberg was the first person to invent ___________ machine. (a) sewing (b) ATM (c) printing (d) photocopy 

45. The Egyptians originated meaningful letters called __________. (a) vowel (b) consonant (c) hieroglyphics (d) cursive 

46. The act of heated candle wax to paint on fabric, to resist the penetration of dye in some areas is called _________. (a) Mosaic (b) batik (c) tie dye (d) marbling 

47. The first excavation of Ife art was carried out by ___________. (a) Leo frobenius (b) Bernard fag (c) Thurstan Shaw (d) George Shaw 

48. The lost wax method of casting is known as __________. (a) Fired clay (b) Cire Perdue (c) wax method (d) batik 

49. Which of the Nigerian cultural art is referred to as court art? (a) Nok (b) Benin (c) owo (d) Tsoede 

50. The oldest of all cultural art dated between ______ and ______.(a) 600- n200 (b) 500 -300 (c) 500-200 (d) 200-400 

51. Another name for terracotta is ________. (a) burnt clay (b) fired clay (c) sculptural clay (d0 fried clay 

52. ___________ is nearest to Nok in age. (a) Benin (b) ife (c) owo (d) Igbo ukwu 

53. _________ is the oldest of all traditional art culture in Nigeria. (a) Benin (b) ife (c) Nok (d) Esie 

54. ____is held to commemorate the cruxification of Jesus Christ. (a) good Friday (b) Christmas (e) Easter (d) eid al maulud 

55. Kano is known for the production of __________. (a) kente cloth (b) babaringa (c) beaded product (d) leather work 

56. Portraiture is the study of _________. (a) arm of feet only (b) head of shoulder (c)hips and chest (d)feet only 

57. One o the following is a set of primary colours. (a) Yellow, red green (b) red , blue , orange (c) orange green purple (d) red , yellow, blue. 

58. ________ is classified underline art. (a) ceramics (b) painting (c)poetry (d) textile 

59. The use of colour or paints to express ones idea is ___________. (a) drawing (b) colour (c) painting (d) graphics (e) textile 

60. __________ is a graphic artist and art educator. (a) Onabolu (b) Lasekan (c) Grillo (d) Wangboje 

61. There are ________ basic stitches in crocheting.(a)2 (b)3 (c) 4 (d)6 

62. Traditional skill in craft is acquired through _______. (a) apprehenticeship (b) examination (b) lectures (d) seminars 

63. Ceramic wares are fired in a/an. (a) cookler (b) drier (c) incubator (d() kiln 

64. A person who specializez in carving of figures is known as a ________. (a) carpenter (b) ceramikcs (c) designer (d) sculptor. 

65. Shading by which an artist indicates dots on a drawn object is referred to as ____________. (a) blurring (b) cross hatching (c) pointillism (d) hatching 

66. Which of the following materials comes in one colour? (a) Chalk (b) charcoal (c) crayon (d) water color. 

67. Esie figure is mainly executed in ______. (a) clay (b) metal (c) plaster of Paris(d) soap stone 

68. Which of these is not a tourist center in Nigeria? (a) Eagle square (b) guararar water fall (c) lekki beach (d) ogbunike cave. 

69. The branches of fine arts include drawing, painting and ____. (a) Ceramics (b) graphics (c) sculpture (d) photography. 

70. Which of the following cannot be useful to a traditional calabash decorator? (a) beads (c) cowries (c) hammer (d) knives 

71. Hides and skin for the production of leather is mostly found in _________. (a) Abeokuta (b) calabar (c) Kano (d) port Harcourt 

72. Which of these is a traditional art? (a) Carving (b) lino cut (c) oil painting (c) printing. 

73. Eyo masquerade is an annual festival in _______. (a) benue (b) cross river (c) Lagos (d) rivers 

74. Which of the following areas is most suitable for marketing art work? (a) banks (b) hospitals (c) hotels (d) museum 

75. Cane weaving is predominantly practiced in ______. (a) Abuja (b) akwete (c) ikotepne (d) delta

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76. Originality is when an artist displays his personal ________. (a) colour (b) skills (c) drawing (d) sketching 

77. Primary colours are also known as _____ (a) basic (b) binary (c) cool (d) harmonious 

78. An officer that oversees artifacts kept in museum is known as a _______. (a) ceramist (b) curator (c) painter (d) rector 

79. Ladikwali is a traditional ___________. (a) carver (b) designer (c) painter (d) potter 

80. Painting is a branch of ________ (a) applied (b() fine (c) industrial (d) liberal 

81. Shading is also known as _____ in art. (a) beautification (b) blending (c) decoration (d) tonal value 

82. Blacksmithing is mostly practiced in _____. (a) bida (b) gusau (c) ikeja (d) yola 

83. The following arecalabashdecoration except. (a) carving (b) engraving (c) moulding (d) scorching 

84. Cane weaving is an art of producing _____ materials. (a) art (b) binding (c) ceramics (d) house hold 

85. The human head is usually represented in a/an ___ shape. (a) circular (b) cone (c)cuboid (d) oval 

86. Who among the following is not a nogaerian artist? (a) AinaOnabolu (b) Ben Enwonwu (c) SefundiMawangu (d) Demas Nwoko 

87. The following are cultural festivals in Nigeria except (a) boat regatta (b) masquerade (c)weaving (d) fishing 

88. A seat used by an artist when drawing is called _________. (a) bench (b) board (c)chair (d)donkey 

89. The art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of coloured glasses and stones is known as _________. (a) fresco (b) collage (c) mosaic (d) mural 

90. Cave painting can be found in (a) America (b) Egypt (c) Spain (d) Ghana 

91. Pinching technique is associated with ________. (a) blacksmithing (b) calabash decoration (c) leather product (d) pottery 

92. Bead making is very prominent in _____. (a) bida (b)knife (c) Kano (d) owo 

93. The following are needed for cane weaving except (a) cane stick (b) cutlass (c) cutting paper (d) nail 

94. Which of these materials is needed in papiermache (a) clay (b) fixative (c) slip (d) starch 

95. The nok art pieces are mainly of ________ figures (a) bronze (b) clay (c) soap stone (d) terracotta 

96. In which of these is not a national museum? (a) Benin (b) Lagos (c) oron (d) yankari 

97. A compact disc jacket design is to ________ the video. (a) download (b) fix (c) hang (d) play 

98. Visual art is divided into fine and __________. (a) applied (b) graphics (c) literal (d) performing 

99. Drawing from memory is known as ________. (a) figure (b) imaginative (c) landscape (d) nature 

100. Which of the following materials is best for portable sculpture? (a) bronze (b) clay (c) concrete (d) wo

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