Advanced Diploma (Chitra Visharad I & II, Equivalent to BFA*)

Course Details:

Course Title : Fine Art (Painting) - Advanced Diploma (Chitra Visharad)
Course Duration : 2 Years
Days : Both, weekdays and weekend classes available according to requirement.
Minimum Requirement : 16 Years and above with Matriculation
Course Fee : Please contact school office in person.
VChitra Visharad-I (Post Diploma-Previous)
» Theory
  • History of Indian Art:
    • Bengal School of Art.
    • Didarganj Yakshi, Amaravati Yakshas & Yakshinis.
    • Sanchi Stupas.
    • Kalpasutra Manuscripts.
    • Indian Folk Art.
    • Impact of Persian Art over Indian Art.
  • Indian Sculptures:
    • Mathura & Amaravati School of Art.
  • History of Western Art:
    • Impressionism: Claude Monet, Manet and any other 5 Artist.
    • Post: Impressionism
  • Aesthetics:
    • Detailed study of colours, Basic types, Nature of Colours, Tints, Tones and Shades of Colour. Emotional effect of Colours on human beings.
    • Define terms Rasa, Bhava, Modernity, Gestures, Posters, Stained glass and Folk Art.
» Practical
  • Scale drawing: Plans and sections of simple furniture like - Chairs, Tables, Almirah, Beds etc. (Medium: Pencil or charcoal)
  • Designing furniture using all these simple, parallel and angular perspective of geometrical solids.
  • Book Covers: Size 25" x 30 cm.
  • Landscapes : Study of Nature ( Medium : Water or Oil Colour)
» Previous years syllabus is also included.

Chitra Visharad-Final (Post Diploma-Final, Equivalent to B.F.A*)
» Theory Paper-I
  • Modern Art Movement.
  • Artists of 18th Century - Rococo, Blake, Chardin, Gainsborough, Hogarth.
  • Artists of the 17th Century - Poussin, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals, El-Greco, Bellini.
  • Role of Michelangelo in Painting art.
  • Detailed study of these "Isms" : Surrealism, Cubism, Futurism. Their painting style and about the artists of that periods.
» Theory Paper-II
  • Evolution of oil painting.
  • Difference between Western Art and Modern Art.
  • Concept of Beauty Based on Ancient scriptures.
  • Architecture of the Mughal period.
  • Define the terms - Balance, Shape, Space, Texture, Mosaic, Mudra, Realism, Perspective, Direction.
» Practical
  • Portrait Painting: Drawing on the basis of study of anatomy.
  • Drawing of a model sitting before you. (Medium: Pastel, Pencil and Water)
  • Composition : (Realistic & Abstract) on any Social Cause.(Medium: Oil and Water).
  • Advertising : Letter head designing, Logo & Monograms.
» Previous year's syllabus is also included.

Sanskruti News

Sanskruti School of Fine Art is proud to be associated with Google for judging the entries for


contest 2012. The theme of Doodle 4 Google India 2012 is 'India: A prism of multiplicity. On October, this year,
Google invited enthusiastic participants between the ages of 5-16 years to design and create a logo.
And after much evaluation, the judges gave their verdict by voting Arun Kumar Yadav's doodle as the national winner.
Google has also declared the category winners of the competition.

Category Winners:

Class 1-3:

Vasudevan Deepak, Devgiri CMI Public School, Calicut The Great Banyan

Class 4-7:

Shravya Manjunath, Mitra Academy, Bangalore Unity in dance disperses vibrant colours

Class 8-10:

S. Preetham Paul, Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan, T.P.T. Branch, Vishakhapatnam Striding Forward the Unity
Sanskruti School of Fine Art organized a demonstration cum workshop on application of acrylic colours, in association with

M/s Pidilite Industries ltd. on 10th November 2012 at school premises.

All the senior students participated in the event and learned the various application techniques of acrylic colours.

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