Describe an Impressive Work of Art Such as a Painting or Sculpture- IELTS Cue Card
- 1 Sample Answer
- 2 Part 3 Questions
Describe an impressive work of art such as a painting or sculpture
You should say:
- When did you see this work of art?
- Where did you see it?
- What does it look like?
Creativity and art always allure me and I can’t stop praising any artwork that has a hue of creativity in it. Talking about a painting that mesmerized me was back then when I got a chance to go to an exhibition. It was there that a splendid painting got me amused and impressed. The painting was basically of a genre called ‘still life’, however, despite having a common subject matter, the finesse with which it was painted riveted me.
This exhibition was arranged by my university and all thanks to the administration, I was fortunate enough to see the painting. The exhibition was in Rivekool, a city next to mine. Like I said before, it was nothing outlandish about the painting nor was it delphic that would have captivated my attention. It was the realistic essence of the painting that became the cause of our intrigue. It didn’t look as if it was a painting, rather it looked like a photograph. Such punctilio and attention to detail are not recurrent.
The painting had a room in which a lantern was drawn that was hooked on a weary wall. It also had a carpet of magenta color and the floor had crevices on it. Opposite the lantern was a huge mirror on which an apparition was seen. Overall, it gave an eerie feeling in spite of being so common. Honestly, all I have is praise for the artist.
Eg.: The sparkle in that dress mesmerized me.
Eg.: He gave a splendid performance last night.
Eg.: We all were amused by that news.
Eg.: The sculptors riveted the viewers.
Eg.: It had an outlandish depiction of ancient times.
Part 3 Questions
Do you like art?
Yes, I am very fond of art. I believe good art liberates you and opens the untraversed horizons of imagination.
Do you think art classes are necessary? Why?
Yes, I think art classes are essential for everyone. I believe everyone has a talent and a tendency towards one form of art or the other. Art classes in that case are indeed important to first discover the talent one has and secondly, to refine one’s art.
How do you think art classes affect children’s development?
Art classes make children creative and highly imaginative. This not only improves their perspective but also makes them flexible as the art makes them receptive.
What kinds of arts do people in your country like?
Well, there are myriads of arts that people in my country like, such as painting, singing, dancing, plays, etc.
What benefits can you get from painting as a hobby?
One can get more creative with paintings. Apart from that, people can become meticulous and attentive, and this makes them take notice of things in a better way.
- Fond of something/someone
Meaning: To like something/someone
Eg.: I am very fond of chocolates.
Meaning: One that is not traveled or reached.
E.g.: The road that takes you to the highway is untraversed by many.
Meaning: Make better
Eg.: We should refine our plan in order to meet the target.
Meaning: One who is open to ideas
Eg.:Shimshon is quite receptive to feedback
Meaning: To take note of minute things
Eg.: My aunt was an extremely meticulous lady.