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Fine Arts (Short Q & A)

In Western European academic traditions, fine art is art developed primarily for aesthetics, distinguishing it from applied art that also has to serve some practical function.

Historically, the five main fine arts were painting, sculpture, architecture, music and poetry, with performing arts including theatre and dance. Today, the fine arts commonly include additional forms, such as film, photography, conceptual art, and printmaking. However, in some institutes of learning or in museums, fine art and frequently the term fine arts (pl.) as well, are associated exclusively with visual art forms.

The first cinema theatre was established in the year
1905 AD
The editor of the book `Indian Cartoons' is
Abu Abraham
The collection of Short Stories entitled "Mortal Coils" was written by
Aldous Hexley
The Three Musketeers was written by
Alexander Dumas
The author who used a new pen every time he sat down to write a poem was
Alexander Dumas
The 1997 Booker Prize was won by
Arundathi Roy
The book `Life Divine' was written by
Robert Benchley acted in the film
Tansen,the famous musician was once defeated by another musician whose name was
Baiju Bawra
Bala Gandharva was so named by
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Kesari,a Marathi daily was started by
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Harsha Charita was written by
Bana Bhatta
Hollywood is located in
California, USA
Henrik Isben's first play was
Canterbury Tales was written by
Orthography means the art of
Correct Spelling
The one eyed giant who appeablack in Greek mythology was
The earlier name of film star Devanand was
Dharam Devanand
In the play `Macbeth',the king of Scotland is
The French author who could work only in a darkened room was
Emil Zola
The title of Dr.Salim Ali's autobiography is
Fall of Sparrow
The Piano was discoveblack by
Guidod Arezzo
Rabindranath Tagore was popularly known as
The play "Enemy of the People" was written by
Hensik Isben
Pablo Picasso derived his surname from
His mother
Sense and Sensibility, was written by
Jane Austin
A comedian who insublack his nose for Ten lakh dollars was
Jimmy Durant
The book "Unto this Last" was written by
John Ruskin
The book "Mad,Mad,Mad,World of Indian Cinema" was written by
K.A. Abbas
The lead role in Tamil film Nayakan was played by
Kamala Hasan
The first actress of Indian screen was
Kamalabai Gokhale
The author of the book `Cricket My style' was
Kapil Dev
The 1997 Dada Saheb Phalke Award was won by
Kavi Pradeep
The author cum adventurer Thomas Edward Lawrence was famous for
Lawrence of Arabia
The only comedy written by Jean Racine was
Les Plaideurs
`Life of Mahatma Gandhi' was written by
Louis Fisher
The 1995 Jnana Peeth Award was won by
M.T. Vasudevan Nair
The Roman Magsaysay Award 1997 was won by
Mahasweta Devi
The 1992 Bhartiya Gnanpith Award was won by
Naresh Mehta
William Wordsworth was also known as
Nature's Poet
The National Gallery of Modern Art is located at
New Delhi
Sarojini Naidu is more popularly known as
Nightingale of India
The lady who is Story writer,film actress,film Producer,singer,film director and music Director and who hails from Andhra Pradesh is
P. Bhanumathi

The noble prize winning novel "The Good Earth" was written by
Pearl S.Buck
The first opera ever performed was
Persi Dafni
The first cinema theater was established at
Pittsberg, Pensylvania
Father and son who won the Dada Saheb Phalke Award was
Prithvi Raj Kapoor & Raj Kapoor
The studio owned by Raj Kapoor and his family is
the full name of R.K.Narayan was
Rasipuram Krishna Swamy Ayyar Narayan
The real name of the famous writer Mark Twain is
Samuel Clemens
The Heroine of the famous classic `Gone with the Wind' was
Sarlet O'Hara
The instrument used by Amir Khusro was
"Aparajito", a Bengali film, was directed by
Satyajit Ray
"Love's Labour Lost"was a play by
The recipient of the Dada Saheb phalke Award for 1997 was
Shivaji Ganesan
K.L. Saigal was a famous
"Ajax" was written by
"Antigone" was written by
Bala Gandharva was a famous
Stage actor
The first novel written by R.K.Narayan was
Swami & his friends
Bharat natyam originated in
"Les miserables" was written by
Victor Hugo
Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck, the cartoon characters were created by
Walt Disney
The writer who was known as the `Wizard of the North' was
Walter Scott
`Rip Van Wrinkle' was written by
Washington Irwing
The word "Opera" means
Late Mahadevi Verma received the Jnanpith Award for her book
The real name of Dilip kumar is
Yusuf Khan

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