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A second part to the question usually asks for a description and discussion of a named work by the same or another artist from the period.


Q13. The 19th and 20th centuries


There is a good deal of overlap between Q13 and Q12. Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and 20th-century artists and movements have all been asked in Q13.


The same form as the two previous questions is used here: an opening statement about an artist or movement, followed by headings to comment under. Subject matter, composition, style, techniques, influences, light and colour, and the period the work was made in are some of the more common headings.


Again, the second part of the question looks for a description and discussion on another work by the same artist or another artist from the same time.


Q14. List of artists


Q14 offers a list of artists. You are then asked to answer (a), (b) and (c).


* In part (a) you are asked to choose and name one work by an artist that you select from the list provided. The work can be a painting, a sculpture or a building, depending on the artist you select.


* In part (b) you discuss your chosen work in detail, making reference to the artist,


subject matter, style, composition, materials, technique and the period in which the work was produced.


* In part (c) you name and briefly describe and discuss one other work by the artist you have


chosen. The artists on the list can be from any era, from Romanesque to the 20th century. This can sometimes give you a second chance if an artist you have studied did not come up earlier in the paper.


468 APPRECIATING ART: SECTION 4 Section 3: Appreciation of Art


There are normally five questions in this section. You must answer one.


The questions in this section do not follow a number order like they do in the previous sections. Questions can, and do, change from year to year. Some topics come up frequently, others not so often.


Gallery, museum or exhibition visit


A question on some aspect of a visit to a museum or gallery has been asked every year for the last


Q15. Styles and movements in art


Q15 is a question on styles and movements in art that you must make a selection from. Answer (a), (b) and (c). This question has only taken its present form in the last few years.


* Part (a) asks you to select one style or movement in art from a list provided.


* In part (b) you discuss the main characteristics of your chosen style or movement.


* In part (c) you describe and discuss one named work by a named artist whose work is


typical of this style or movement. Again, the style or movement can be from any time in the history of European art from the 10th to the 20th century, which may give you a chance to use information that did not turn up earlier on the paper.


NOTE!


It is always a good idea to look over Q14 and Q15 in case something you


have prepared is there.


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