CBSE Class 12 Painting Syllabus 2022-23 (PDF Download)

CBSE Class 12 Painting Syllabus 2022-23

PAINTING (Code No. 049) Theory

Maximum Marks:30
Time allowed: 2 hours

Unit wise Weightage

Unit1(a)

Content

Periods

Marks

1

The Rajasthani and Pahari Schools of Miniature Painting

24

10

2

The Mughal and Deccan Schools of Miniature Painting

24

10

3

The Bengal School of Painting and the Modern Trends in Indian

Art

24

10

 

 

72

30

 

(a)

The Rajasthani and Pahari Schools of Miniature Painting

(16th Century A.D. to 19th Century A.D.)

A brief introduction to Indian Miniature Schools: Western- Indian, Pala, Rajasthani, Mughal, Central India, Deccan and

Pahari.

18 Periods

Unit 1

  • The Rajasthani School:
  1. Origin and Development
  2. Sub-Schools-Mewar, Bundi, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Kishangarh and Jaipur
  3. Main features of the Rajasthani School
  4. Appreciation of the following Rajasthani paintings

 

Title

Painter

Sub-School

Maru-Ragini

Sahibdin

Mewar

Chaugan Players

Dana

Jodhpur

Krishna on swing

Nuruddin

Bikaner

Radha (Bani- Thani)

Nihal Chand

Kishangarh

Bharat Meets Rama at Chitrakuta

Guman

Jaipur

  • The Pahari School:

 

  1. Origin anddevelopment
  2. Sub-Schools-Basohli, Guler, Kangra, Chamba andGarhwal
  3. Main features of the PahariSchool
  4. Appreciation of the following Pahari paintings:

 

Title

Painter

Sub-School

Krishna with Gopis Nand, Yashoda and

Manaku

Basohli

Krishna with Kinsmen Going to Vrindavana

Nainsukh

Kangra

 

Unit 2

The Mughal and Deccan Schools of Miniature Painting                                                                                                             18 Periods (16th Century AD to 19th Century A.D.)

  • The Mughal School
    1. Origin and development
    2. Main features of the Mughal School
    3. Appreciation of the following Mughal Paintings:

 

Title                                                                                                                        Painter

Krishna Lifting Mount Govardhana                                                                 Miskin

Falcon on a Bird-Rest                                                                                     Ustad Mansoor

Kabirand Raidas                                                                                             Ustad Faquirullah Khan

Marriage Procession of Dara Shukoh                                                             Haji Madni

  • The Deccan School
    1. Origin and development
    2. Main features of the Deccan School
    3. Appreciation of the following Deccan paintings:

Title

Painter

Sub-School

Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya and Amir Khusro

Unknown

Hyderabad

Chand Bibi Playing Polo (Chaugan)

Unknown

Gol Konda

 

Unit 3: (a)

The Bengal School of Painting and the Modern trends in Indian Art

(About the beginning to mid of the 20th Centuary)

24

Periods

(i)

National Flag of India and the Symbolic significance of its forms and the colours.

 

(ii)

Introduction to the Bengal School of Painting

(i)  Origin and development of the Bengal School ofPainting

(ii)  Main features of the Bengal School ofPainting

 

 

(iii)

Appreciation of the following paintings of the Bengal school:

(i)              Journey’s End – Abanindranath Tagore

(ii)             Shiv and Sati- Nandla Bose

(iv)           Radhika – M.A.R.Chughtai

(v)             Meghdoot – Ram Gopal Vijaivargiya

Contribution of Indian artists in the struggle for National Freedom Movement.

 

(b)

The Modern Trends in Indian Art

Appreciation of the following contemporary (Modern) Indian Art

 

(i)

Paintings:

(i)  Rama Vanquishing the Pride of the Ocean – Raja Ravi Varma

(ii)  Mother and child – Jamini Roy

(iii)  Haldi Grinders – Amrita Sher Gill

(iv)  Mother Teresa – M.F.Husain

 

(ii)

Graphic – prints:

(i)    Children – Somnath Hore

(ii)    Devi – Jyoti Bhatt

(iii)   Of Walls – AnupamSud

(iv) Man, Woman and Tree – K. Laxma Goud

 

(iii)

Sculptures:

(i)  Triumph of Labour – D. P. Roychowdhury

(ii)   Santhal Family – RamkinkarVaij

(iii)  Cries Un – heard – Amar Nath Sehgal

(iv)  Ganesha – P.V. Janaki Ram

 

The names of artists and titles of their artworks as listed above are only suggestive and in no way exhaustive. Teachers and students should expand this according to their own resources. However, the questions will be set from the above mentioned artworks only.

PAINTING (Code No. 049) Practical

Maximum Marks:70
Time allotted: 6 hours (3+3)

Unit wise Weightage

Unit

Content

Periods

Marks

1

Nature, and Object Study

50

25

2

Painting Composition

50

25

3

Portfolio Assessment

48

20

 

Total

148

70

 

Unit 1

Nature and Object study

Studies on the basis of exercises done in class XI with two or three objects and two draperies (in different colours) for background and foreground. Exercises in pencil with light and shade and in full colour from a fixed point of view.

25 marks

50 Periods

Unit 2:

Painting Composition

Imaginative painting based on subjects from Life and Nature in water and poster colours with colour values.

25 marks

50 Periods

Unit 3:

Portfolio Assessment

20 marks

48 Periods

a)

Record of the entire year’s performance from sketch to

finished product.

10 marks

b)

Four selected nature and object study exercises in any

media done during the session

5 marks

c)

Two selected works of paintings composition done by the candidate during the year

3 marks

d)

One selected works based on any Indian Folk Art (Painting)

2 marks

These selected works prepared during the course by the candidate and certified by the school authorities as the work done in the school will be placed before the examiners for assessment.

Note:

  1. The candidates should be given one hour-break after first three
  2. The time-table to be so framed as to allow the students to work continuously for minimum of two periods at a stretch.

Guidelines for Evaluation of Practical

  1. Marking Scheme:

Part I: Nature and Object Study,

25 marks

(i) Drawing (composition)

10

(ii) Treatment of media/colours

05

(iii) Overall impression

10

Part II: Painting Composition

25 marks

(i) Compositional arrangement including emphasis on the subject

10

(ii) Treatment of media (colour) and appropriate colour scheme

05

(iii) Originality, creativity and overall impression

10

 

Part III : Portfolio Assessment                                                                                                                               20 marks

  • Record of the entire year’s performance from sketch to 10 finished product.

(ii) Four selected nature and object study exercises in any media

05

(iii) Two selected painting compositions prepared by the candidate

03

(iv)One selected works based on any Indian Folk Art (Painting)

02

For detailed syllabus, please check the official syllabus PDF – Here

Also don’t forget to check the complete CBSE Class 12 Syllabus.

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