Rukmini Devi lalit Kala Kendra     ::     Announces new courses for the session 2011-2012     ::     Enroll now for Photography, Sculpture Courses --- Admission open     ::     Annual Practical Examination for the session 2010-2011 is scheduled for 03rd April'11.     ::     Classes for the month of February will commence from 01st Feb    
  Address
Rukmini Devi Public School
CD-Block, Pitampura
Delhi-110034, India

Phone :

011-2731423527313693

Fax : 011-27311473
Contact Person : Mr Kuntal

 
 
Course Details
   
 
Fine Art ( Painting) - Intermediate
3 years
Tuesday,Friday
Rukmini Devi Lalit Kala Kendra
Mr Nitin Majumder
12 years
• RS.700/- PER MONTH FOR THE FIRST YEAR.


Brief Syllabus

·BHUSHAN -I ( INTERMEIDATE FIRST YEAR)

History of Indian Art:

1.    Pre- Historic Period, Indus Valley Civilization, Mauryan Period, Sunga Period, Kushan Period and Gandhara Period.
2.    Patna or Company School of art.
3.    Short notes on – Mosaic, Aesthetics, Composition, Mudra, Mural, Beauty.
·Perspective & its types.
·Eye level – Its use in Painting
·Horizon – Its use in Painting
·          Explain the terms such as – Vanishing Point, Foreground, Middle Ground, and Back Ground.
·          Short notes on – Force, Free-hand, Rhythm.
 
PRACTICAL
a)    Practice of line drawing and free hand drawing.
b)    Use of perspective in drawing – In landscapes, still lifes.
c)     Drawings from objects, Nature study, Mass, Volume and Proportion. Creating solidity by line and light & shade. (Medium- Pencil Shading, Water Colours or Oil- Colours.)
d)    Ornamental & Geometrical designs – on ¼ sheet using two- three colours. ( Medium – Poster colours)
e)    Typography: size 5”x3” cm in English only. ( Medium – Pen ink/ Poster Colours)
 
 ·          PREVIOUS YEARS SYLLABUS IS ALSO INCLUDED.
 

BHUSHAN-II ( INTERMEDIATE SECOND YEAR)

THEORY

 History Of Indian Art
1.    Gupta Period.
2.    Ajanta, Bagh, Sittanavassal, Badami, Ellora, Elephanta Cave Paintings.
3.    Jain School of Painting.
4.    Rajasthani Paintings.
   ·      Chinese Art, Greek Art- Classical & Hellenistic Period, Roman Art.
   ·      Aesthetics.
1.    Shadangas of Indian Art.
2.    Theories of Creativity & Rasa.
3.    Aesthetic Judgement.
4.    Short Notes on – Intuition, Beauty, Religion, Morality, Sculpture, Miniature.
 
PRACTICAL
 
a)    Design: - Geometrical or Floral (Ornamental) Using ratio & proportion.
b)    Simple all- over designs for curtains, and corner designs for table cloth. (Medium: Poster Colours, Maximum 4 colours.)
c)     Study of Colours: The Colour wheel. Nature of Colours – i.e. Value, Tint, Hue, Intensity, Tones and Shades of every colour.
d)    Landscape: Sketching and Colouring from nature, on the spot landscaping. ( Medium – Water Colour; ½ Imperial sheet)
 
 PREVIOUS YEARS SYLLABUS IS ALSO INCLUDED

 BHUSHAN-III ( INTERMEDIATE FINAL YEAR)

THEORY
·History Of Indian Art
1.    Mughal Period, Pahari School of Art ( Guler, Kangra, Basholi, Chamba, Kullu, Garhwal)
2.    Western Indian Manuscripts (Palm leaf)
· Indian Sculptures
1. Origin of Indian Sculptures
2. Sculptures from Mohen-Jo-Daro and Harrappa.
3. Sculpture of Mauryan period.
·    History of Western Art
1. Early Christian and Byzantine Art.
2. Renaissance of Italy.
·    Aesthetics.
1. Comparison between Indian and Western style of figure drawing.
2. Difference between Modern & Abstract Art.
3. Define terms: Realistic Art, Folk Art, Antique study, Life study and Graphics.
 
PRACTICAL
 
a) Antique study: Any two to three pieces of sculpture.
           ( Medium: Pencil or charcoal)
b) Life Study: Sketching of a Model sitting before you. Full life size. Medium Pencil Shading.
c) Landscape: Sketching from nature.
d) Designs: Overall designs for Saree and Curtain cover, Design for table cloth, Pillows.
 
 
 
 PREVIOUS YEARS SYLLABUS IS ALSO INCLUDED.

 

 

 
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