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Fine Arts BA Syllabus Sargodha University

B.A. / B.Sc. FINE ARTS (ELECTIVE)

FINE ARTS (Outlines of Courses)

Paper A

Written (Time 03 Hours.)

 

 

                Part-I:

History of Indo-Pakistan Painting and Sculpture

                Part-II:

History of Western Painting and Sculpture

 

 

 

Marks in Theory.                                                  80

 

 

Paper ‘B’

Practical (Parts I, II, III and IV) (Four Separate Days)

 

 

 Part-I:

Test of Life Drawing. Time 4 hours         =              30

 Part-II:

Test of Still Life Painting. Time 4 hours =              30

 Part-III:

Test of Composition Painting. 4 hours    =              30

Part-IV:

Exhibition of Years Work                          =              30

                                                                      Grant Total:         =               120

 

Executed during the two years course and must be certified by the teachers concerned as being the student own work with the name of the student and the signature of the teacher in ink at a place which cannot be trimmed out.

Work without certification will not be marked. The details of the exhibition of two years works will be as under:-

Discipline

Number of Works

Marks

Drawing

3

7

Still Life

2

6

Land Scapes

2

6

Figure Compesitier

2

6

Sculpture or Relief

1

5

 

30

SYLLABUS AND COURSE OF READING

HISTORY OF ARTS

PAPER A WRITTEN

PART-I     History of Indo-Pakistan and Sculpture

  1. Mughal Paintings
  2. Rajput Paintings

Pahari Paintings

Rajhistani Paintings

  1. Painting in Pakistan

Allah Bukhash                                                 Chughtai

Sadeqain                                                          Shakir Ali

Anna Malka Ahmed and Khalid Iqbal

PART-II                   History of Western Paintings and Sculpture

  1. Renaissance Movement

Gietto, Massacio, Lenarde d Vinci,

Study of Michael Angelo as Painter & Sculpture

  1. Bareque Movement

Remurandit, Rubens.

  1. New-Classicism,

David Ingres.

  1. Romanticism

Delacrodix

  1. Realism,

Geret, Millet, Constable and Courbet.

  1. Manet, Picasso.

Characteristics of various movements and a general survey of the work of the individual painters be discussed. No individual painting of any Painter may be asked for critical appreciation.

FINE ARTS (Optional):

 APPENDIX A

 (Outlines of Courses)

 Paper:             . .             . .             . .             . .             . .             100 Marks

 APPENDIX ‘B’

 (Syllabi and Courses of Reading)

 Paper:     History of Indo-Pakistan Architecture.

                Imperial Style Shahabuddin Ghori to Aurangzeb, 1186 AD, 1605 AD

     OR

History of Indo-Pak Painting.

Pre-Mughal              . .             . .             . .             . .             (Gujrati School)

                                                                                                  (Rajput School)

Mughal                    . .             . .             . .             . .             (Mughal School)

Post-Mughal            . .             . .             . .             . .             (Pahari School)

   OR

History of Indo-Pak Sculpture.

  1. Indus Valley.
  2. Buddhism

Books recommended:

1.           Indian Architecture

1.             Percy Brown

2.           Muslim Architecture Bengali

2.             Dr. A. H. Dani

3.           Thatta

3.             M. Idrees Siddiqui  

4.           Important Monuments

5.           Khan, T.I.

4.             Muhammad Wali Ullah

 

6.           History of Fine Arts in India and Ceylon

5.             Vincent Smith

7.           Indian Miniatures

6              Basil Gray

8.           Hand-book of Muhammad Art

7.             Dr. M. S. Diamand

9.           Indian Art

8.             K. Bharata Iyer

10.        The Art of India and Pakistan

9.             Sir Leigh Aston

11.        Indian painting

10.           Percy Brown

12.        Indus Valley Civilization

11.           Sir Mortimer Wheelar

13.        The Buddhist Art of Ghandhara

12.           Sir John Marshall

14.        Ghandhara Sculpture

Ferozesons Lahore.

13.           Department of Archaeology

15.        Indian Sculpture

14.           S. Karmisch, London.

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