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* Part (c) generally asks for another example of the type of object in the question.


Q4. The Georgian period


The Georgian period is generally looked at in this question, but not always. There was a question on the Book of Kells in 2014 and the Georgian question followed. This question is usually not illustrated.


This is a three-part question. You must answer (a), (b) and (c).


* Part (a) asks you to name an architect or a building.


* In part (b) you can be asked to describe the structure, decoration, exterior or interior of the


building.


* Part (c) usually asks for an exterior or interior feature of the building, but you can also be


asked to describe or compare it with another building.


Q5. A 19th- or 20th-century artist


A 19th- or 20th-century artist is usually the subject of Q5. Most years there is an illustration and the artist and work are named.


This is a three-part question. You must answer (a), (b) and (c).


* Part (a) generally asks you to describe the work. Headings like subject matter,


composition, style and technique can be included.


* In the last couple of years before 2016, part (b) asked what the work was about. You also


had to give reasons for your answer.


* In part (c) you can be asked to name and describe another work by the same artist,


another artist working in the same style or with the same subject matter.


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Q6. Another 19th- or 20th- century artist


Another 19th- or 20th-century artist is usually the subject of Q6. This question is occasionally illustrated.


This is a three-part question. You must answer (a), (b) and (c).


* In the two years before 2016, you were given the artist’s name in part (a) and asked to name


a work by them. Previously you might have been asked to describe the painting under headings like those in Q5.


* In part (b) you can be asked to describe the work. The most common headings are subject


matter, composition, use of colour, technique and style.


* In the last couple of years before 2016, examiners looked for further information on


the artist in part (c). Previously, other work by the artist in the question or other artists working in a similar way was looked for.


Q7. List of 19th- and 20th- century artists


Q7 offers a list of 19th- and 20th-century artists. You must choose one from the list.


This is a three-part question. You must answer (a), (b) and (c).


* In part (a) you name a work by your chosen artist.


* In part (b) you describe your chosen work under headings. Subject matter, form, composition, technique and use of materials are the most common headings.


* In part (c) you give some information about your chosen artist.


PREPARING FOR THE WRITTEN EXAM


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