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(17) Vessel, earthenware, Middle Jomon period, c. 3000-c. 2000 BCE, Japan
(99) Dotaku, bronze, Yayoi culture, c. 200 BCE-200 CE, Japan
*Buried by selves
*Usually 12 sections
(101) Shrine, Izumo, Kofun period, 3rd-6th century CE, Japan
*Shinto-nel, law for manifestations of nature(Sun, Water, Rocks etc), Original JP religion.
*Kofun Arch.:
1) Admiration for unpainted undercoated wood
2) Thatched roof
3) Building raised off ground on wooden pile
4) Arch. adapted to nature site
5) Entrance on gable, narrow end of building
*It was being rebuilt
(104) Haniwa horse, earthenware, Kofun period, 3rd-6th century CE, Japan
* Hani(clay)-wa(circle)
* Placed all along tomb like picket fence to separate the living with dead.
* Anthropomorphic forms
* Might be protective device
* Found in Kofun tombs(key hole shape)
(209) Maitreya, gilt bronze, Silla period, 6-7th c., Korea
* Compare with Shaka Triad(216):
1) Arched eyebrow
2) Triangular nose
3) Columnar face
4) Geometric facial feature
5) Smile of compasion
(219) Maitreya (Miroku), wood, Horyu-ji, Nara, Japan, Asuka period, mid-7th c.
* Japanese bodhisattva
* Reborn as next Buddha(of future)
(212) 5-storied pagoda of Horyu-ji, Nara, Japan, Asuka period, 7th c.
* Like stupa / reliquary
* Circumambulation
* Like Chinese watch tower
(213) Kondo (golden hall) of Horyu-ji, Nara, Japan, Asuka period, 7th c.
* Compare with Shinto Shrine
1) This is Buddism, Chinese Culture
(101) Shinto, JP culture
2) This sitting on stone platform. Bracketing roof system to support heavy tiled roof. Enter from Long-side
(101) Sitting on wood pillar.Sag roof. Site oriented(secret site). Blending in the environment. Enter from Short-side
(215) Jataka story of the bodhisattva’s sacrifice from the Tamamushi Shrine, Horyu-ji, Nara, Japan, Asuka period, 7th c.
* Buddha's early life and his sacrifice
* Decorative wood
(216) Shaka triad, by Tori Busshi, bronze, Horyu-ji, Nara, Japan, dedicated in 623, Asuka period
* Tori Busshi = maker of Buddhist images
* Fear not mudra, gift giving
* 7 Buddhas of past in Halo
* Similar to Chinese Style, N. Wei, Longmen Grotto:
1) Smile of compasion
2) Waterfall drapery
(217) Yumedono Kannon, gilded wood, Yumedono (Hall of Dreams) of Horyu-ji, Nara, Japan, Asuka period, mid-7th c.
* Built for memorial of Prince Shotoku
* Most worshiped Bodhisattva in SE Asia. 33 different forms to rescue ppl. Women could call on Kannen to have boys etc.
* It has magic jewel, wish granting. so statue has magic power.
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(Colorplate 33) The Eastern House chapter of the Tale of Genji, handscroll, ink and color on paper, late Heian period, 12th c., Japan.
* Onna-e(Woman's painting)
* Screen with Gold Leaf
(448-449) Scroll of Frolicking Animals, handscroll, ink on paper, late Heian period, late 12th c., Japan.
* Ottoko-e(Men's Painting)
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(453) Scroll of Hells, handscroll, ink and color on paper, Kamakura period, late 12th c., Japan.
* Warnings for people let them behave themselves. Cos it is during the collision of the social structure period when Military men taking over
(484) Triptych: (left) Crane in a Bamboo Grove; (center) White-robed Guanyin; (right) Gibbons on Pine Branch. By Muqi, hanging scrolls, ink and slight color on silk, S. Song dynasty, China
(485) Six Persimmons, by Muqi, hanging scroll, ink on paper, S. Song dynasty, China
* if get them, don't need anything else nourishment.
(487) Huineng Chopping Bamboo, by Liang Kai, hanging scroll, ink on paper, S. Song dynasty, China.
* Zen artist, Military man likes them.
* Simple quit stroke
* Everyday tasks and meditation is the two way for zen monks practice.
(561) Longer Landscape Scroll, by Sesshu, handscroll, ink and slight color on paper, Muromachi period, Japan
(576) Garden of the Daisen-in, Kyoto, c. 1513, Muromachi period, Japan
* May designed by the head monk
* Most Zen Gardens were designed by painters, it miniatures landscape, mountain and water, and they all have the same color tone.
* Only to be seen, not to be talked in.
(Colorplate 57) Cypress Tree, by Kano Eitoku, screen, ink color and gold leaf on paper, Momoyama period, Japan
* Screen as painting, a piece of furniture
* Similar to Chinese style cos its big black stroke. Difference is, it uses vivid color and it uses gold leaf as background.
* JP design Aesthetic:
1) Major Motif up upon your face
2) Naturalism & Decorative that creates tension.
(684) Great Pine murals by school of Kano Tanyu, interior of Audience Hall, Nijo Castle, Edo period, Japan
* It in an Audience Hall. The unbalanced pine tree is Designed to make the ppl sitting under it seems bigger, protected and it is evergreen it also represents long living
* Gold leaf: represents royal rich and powerful. Also practically it bringten up the room.
(694) Pine Wood, by Tohaku, screens, ink on paper, Momoyama period, Japan
* Tohaku was at that time competing with Kano School.
* Paired Screens with Zen images
* The misty scene is borrowed from Chinese Painting.
(698) Thunder God, by Sotatsu, screen, ink, color and gold leaf on paper, Edo period, Japan
* Ottoko-e(men's Painting)
* Sotatsu: Rimpa Schoool, Hired to copy the old JP style.
(Colorplate 61) Irises, by Korin, pair of screens, color and gold leaf on paper, Edo period, Japan
* Rimpa
* Tale of Ise, From interiture. Blues.
(724) Beauty, by Utamaro, full-color woodblock print, Edo period, Japan
* Utamaro, he is famous for painting womans.
* he is very commercialized
* A lot of people was involved, Designer and Publisher. craftier a huge industry.
* Mass production.
* Very close to comonmerner. Middle Class.
(725) An Actor, by Sharaku, dated to 1794, full-color woodblock print, Edo period, Japan
* Celebrities Painting.
* They were in the act. And posture.
* Mica = powder
(726) Mount Fuji seen below a great wave, by Hokusai, full-color woodblock print, Edo period, Japan
* Oversize Wave
* Dramatic wave
* All the wave were the mimicing the Mt. Fuji. Color.
(727) Rain shower on a Bridge, by Hiroshige, full-color woodblock print, Edo period, Japan
* Travel and senery.
* More Detail than Hokusai