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1.
The farther the colour, the paler it is. This is the principle of ________ perspective
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A.
colour
B.
angular
C.
atmospheric
D.
isometric
E.
distance

2.
A mixture of equal proportions of colour Green and Yellow result in _________ colour
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A.
mixed
B.
tertiary
C.
premier
D.
secondary
E.
universal

3.
The imaginary line in the distance at which the sky and the foreground appears to meet is called ________ 
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A.
vanishing point
B.
line of horizon
C.
point of intersection
D.
rendezvous
E.
line of juxtaposition

4.
A tinted colour contains the colour and _______
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A.
white
B.
blue
C.
red
D.
rainbow
E.
yellow

5.
The difference between shade and shadow is the _______
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A.
tonal
B.
shading
C.
skill
D.
smudging
E.
tint

6.
The other name for the face of a type or letter is ________
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A.
front
B.
plant
C.
plot
D.
fort
E.
font

7.
__________ discovered the colour spectrum by allowing sunlight beam to pass through a glass prison
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A.
Michael Angelo
B.
Sir Ahmadu Bello
C.
 Sir Isaac  Newton
D.
  Sir Isaac Wilberforce  
E.
Annibale Caracci

8.
The size of the following Gothic letters are wider than others.
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A.
F,W
B.
C,Y
C.
M,W
D.
Y,W
E.
M,Z

9.
Elements of art and design include
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A.
Rhythm and Line
B.
Repetition and Line
C.
Colour and Balance
D.
Line and Dominance
E.
Colour and Texture.

10.

Balance is achieved in art and design in two ways

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A.

Scale and Symmetry

B.

vanishing and Scale

C.

Size and Synchromatic

D.

Asymmetry and Symmetry 


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