A2 Level Questions:

  1. What colors do you like in a painting?
  2. Have you ever painted something? What was it?
  3. What do you need to make a painting?
  4. Do you prefer paintings of nature or cities?
  5. Can you name a famous painter?
  6. Where can you see paintings?
  7. How do you feel when you look at a painting?
  8. What is a portrait?
  9. Do you like drawing or painting more? Why?
  10. What animals are good to paint?
  11. Can you paint with your fingers?
  12. What is an art gallery?
  13. Have you ever visited an art museum?
  14. What’s the difference between a sketch and a painting?
  15. Do you prefer bright or dark paintings?
  16. Can anyone be a painter?
  17. What would you paint if you could paint anything?
  18. How long does it take to paint a picture?
  19. Why do people hang paintings in their homes?
  20. What’s your favorite thing to see in paintings?

B1 Level Questions:

  1. What techniques can painters use to create texture?
  2. How do colors affect the mood of a painting?
  3. What’s the importance of light in paintings?
  4. How has painting evolved over the centuries?
  5. Can you name a painting that tells a story?
  6. Why do artists use perspective in their paintings?
  7. What is abstract art?
  8. How can you tell if a painting is valuable?
  9. What role do museums play in preserving paintings?
  10. How do you interpret modern art?
  11. What’s the difference between watercolor and oil painting?
  12. Who decides what art is ‘good’?
  13. How can painting be a form of expression?
  14. Why are some paintings considered controversial?
  15. What is a landscape painting?
  16. How do artists choose their subjects?
  17. What is the role of a critic in the art world?
  18. Can digital art be considered painting?
  19. How do social and political contexts influence painting?
  20. What’s the significance of the Renaissance in painting history?

B2 Level Questions:

  1. Discuss the impact of the Impressionist movement on modern art.
  2. How do artists use symbolism in their paintings?
  3. Explore the relationship between painting and photography.
  4. How has globalization affected painting styles and themes?
  5. What are the ethical considerations in art restoration?
  6. Analyze the influence of technology on contemporary painting.
  7. How do cultural identities manifest in painting?
  8. What challenges do painters face in the digital age?
  9. How does art therapy utilize painting?
  10. Discuss the role of patronage in the art world historically and today.
  11. Explore the concept of surrealism in painting.
  12. How do political events shape the work of artists?
  13. What’s the significance of still life paintings?
  14. How do painters capture emotion in their work?
  15. What are the debates surrounding appropriation in art?
  16. How do feminist perspectives influence painting?
  17. Discuss the role of narrative in classical paintings.
  18. How do environmental issues appear in art?
  19. What’s the future of painting in the digital era?
  20. Analyze the intersection of painting and performance art.

C1 Level Questions:

  1. Critically assess the role of color theory in painting composition.
  2. Explore the influence of Eastern art on Western painting traditions.
  3. Analyze the concept of the “male gaze” in art history.
  4. Discuss the psychological effects of color in abstract painting.
  5. Evaluate the impact of social media on emerging artists and painting trends.
  6. How do biographical elements of artists influence the interpretation of their work?
  7. Discuss the significance of the avant-garde in art history.
  8. Explore the ethical implications of reproducing and selling famous paintings.
  9. Analyze the role of political satire in contemporary painting.
  10. What is the impact of art fairs and exhibitions on the art market and artists?

C2 Level Questions:

  1. Debate the statement: “All art is political.”
  2. Examine the role of censorship and freedom of expression in the art world.
  3. Analyze the dichotomy between art for art’s sake and art as a social commentary.
  4. Discuss the concept of authenticity in relation to art forgery.
  5. Explore the philosophical implications of the question, “What is art?”
  6. Investigate the impact of colonialism on art and cultural appropriation.
  7. Critically evaluate the concept of the art market dictating art value.
  8. Analyze the role of museums in shaping the narrative of art history.
  9. Discuss the intersection of art, technology, and artificial intelligence.
  10. Critique the role of gender and identity in the evaluation and creation of art.