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3.2 Reading Works of Art [Latest edition] Balbharati solutions for English Kumarbharati 9th Standard Maharashtra State Board

Chapter 3: Reading Works of Art

3.2 Reading Works of Art

3.2 Reading Works of Art


3.2 Reading Works of Art


3.2 Reading Works of Art


3.2 Reading Works of Art

Complete the following idioms using the appropriate colour term.

give someone a ______ look (a look of anger, dislike, etc.)

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



the ______ sheep (of the family) a person who brings disgrace (to the family).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



a ______ list (a list of defaulters).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



a ______ belt (area of fields, woods, etc. around a city).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red




to have ______ fingers (be good at gardening).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



be ______ with envy (feel very jealous).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



give someone/get the ______ signal (give/get permission to do something).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



a bolt from the ______ (a sudden shock, surprise).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



out of the ______ (suddenly, unexpectedly).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



once in a ______ moon (very rarely).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



once in a ______ moon (very rarely).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



______ blood (royal blood, aristocratic origin).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



______ eyed boy (favourite person).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



catch someone ______ handed (catch someone in the act of doing something wrong).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



roll out the ______ carpet (give a special welcome).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



a ______ herring (something that diverts attention from the main issue).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red



see ______ (become angry).

OPTIONS

  • blue

  • black

  • green

  • red


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3.2 Reading Works of Art

What are you reminded of when you think of the following colours.

  • purple

  • orange

  • yellow

  • pink

  • white


SOLUTION

Do it Yourself.


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3.2 Reading Works of Art

Spot the error in the spelling of the following words with reference to the passage and rewrite them correctly.

renouned

 

geomatric

 

penting

 

vilage

 

feetures

 

figars

 

innar

 

mediam

 

tribel

 

mithology

 

erthen

 

dicided

 

circals

 

acheiving

 

diffarent

 



SOLUTION

renouned

renowned

geomatric

geometric

penting

painting

vilage

village

feetures

features

figars

figures

innar

inner

mediam

medium

tribel

tribal

mithology

mythology

erthen

earthen

dicided

decided

circals

circles

acheiving

achieving

diffarent

different


3.2 Reading Works of Art

Complete the following with reference to the passage.


SOLUTION

Characteristic features of Raza's paintings :

  • Simple - geometric shapes.

  • Striking - colour combinations.

  • Captivating - compositions.

  • Colours - blue and orange.


Complete the following diagram.

3.2 Reading Works of Art


SOLUTION

  • Variation in drawing - differs from artist to artist.

  • Texture designs - include dots, straight lines, dotted lines, curvy shapes, and circles.

  • Developed and preserved by - Gond tribal people from Madhya Pradesh primarily.

  • A medium of - recording and preserving what they see.

  • Preparing the canvas (Medium) - the surface on which to draw.

  • Preparing colour - using soils of different shades, juice of plants, leaves, tree barks, flowers, fruits, coal, and cow dung.

  • Outlines - may vary but the designs make the whole picture beautiful and amazing.


3.2 Reading Works of Art

Complete the following with reference to the passage.

Raza’s paintings do not depict ______________.



SOLUTION

Raza’s paintings do not depict lifelike human figures or copies of scenes from his environment.



Raza’s paintings are done in the _________ style.


SOLUTION

Raza’s paintings are done in an abstract style.



Raza’s paintings are not inspired by _____________.


SOLUTION

Raza’s paintings are not inspired by any external factor.



Raza’s paintings present images from his own ___________.


SOLUTION

Raza’s paintings present images from his own inner mind.



Raza’s paintings radiate _____________.


SOLUTION

Raza’s paintings radiate peace and life at the same time.



The ___________ became the core of Raza’s paintings.


SOLUTION

The Bindu or point became the core of Raza’s paintings.



For an artist like Raza, his work, or paintings are an effective ________________.


SOLUTION

For an artist like Raza, his work, or paintings are an effective medium of communication.


3.2 Reading Works of Art

Write about the following important features of Gond art with the help of the passage.


SOLUTION

In Gond art, the artist prepares the canvas. Things in nature like soils of different shades, the juice of plants, leaves, tree bark, flowers, fruits, and even things like coal and cow dung are used to prepare colours. The designs include simple textures achieved using dots, straight lines, dotted lines, curvy shapes, and circles. Special attention is given to the choice of various colours so that the total effect is amazing and beautiful.


3.2 Reading Works of Art

Why does the author think that the roots of folk art lie in women’s chores?


SOLUTION

The roots of folk arts probably lie in women's daily chores like cleaning and decorating the house, dealing with natural colours m the course of cooking and in their leisure time activities.

3.2 Reading Works of ArtFrom the passages, list the words related to - geometry.


SOLUTION

geometry - circles, triangles, squares, rectangles, lines, dots.


From the passages, list the words related to - colours.


SOLUTION

colours - red, blue, orange, green.


From the passages, list the words related to - designs.


SOLUTION

designs - dots, straight lines, dotted lines, curvy shapes, and circles.

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3.2 Reading Works of Art

These two passages are examples of a short introduction to works of art - a short review. They cover the following points:

  • The creator

  • The theme or subject matter

  • Type of art

  • Individual style

  • Presentation techniques

  • Its effect on viewers

  • Message or interpretation

Compare the points with those you used for a book review and the review of a play. Present the comparison in the form of a chart.

Book Review

Review of a play

Review of a painting

 

 

 

 

 

 



SOLUTION

Book Review

Review of a play

Review of a painting

The theme or subject matter.

Presentation techniques

Type of art

Message or interpretation

Its effect on viewers

Name of the creator

 

 

Individuals style


3.2 Reading Works of Art

Using the information given in the passage, write a short note on the following in your mother tongue.

The paintings of Raza


SOLUTION

Do it Yourself.


Gond art


SOLUTION

Do it yourself.


3.2 Reading Works of Art

Gather information on any one of the following by talking to your elders, family members, and from other sources in your mother tongue and write a short note on it in English.

A special type of embroidery


SOLUTION

A special type of embroidery

A Special type of embroidery is 'Kasuti', a  traditional and intricate form of embroidery. There are no knots used to ensure that both sides of the cloth look alike. Traditional motifs like chariots, lanterns, etc, are used.


A special dish that is prepared on a special occasion at home.


SOLUTION

A special dish that is prepared on a special occasion at home.

This dish is called 'Madgane'. It is made on festivals like Gudi Padwa. it is made from channa dal, jaggery, and coconut milk, Cashews, raisins, and cardamom are added to it. It tastes wonderful.


Something that you use to decorate your home on special occasions.


SOLUTION

Something that you use to decorate your home on special occasions.

On festivals like Gudi Padva and Dassera, garlands made from mango leaves and marigold flowers are used to decorate the entrance of our home.


3.2 Reading Works of Art

Read the following from the Language Study pages:

  • adjective clause

  • adverb clause

  • noun clause

Find one example of each from the passages. (Note the linking word when you do that.)


SOLUTION

  • Adjective Clause - My work is my own inner experience and involvement with the mysteries of nature and form which is expressed in colour, line, space, and light.
    Linking word: which

  • Adverb Clause - They originate when the artist tries to peep into his own inner mind.
    Linking word: when

  • Noun Clause - We realise that the painting is a visible form of very deep thought.
    Linking word: that

Balbharati Solutions for English Kumarbharati 9th Standard Maharashtra State Board


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