UT Knoxville ARTH 183 - Nara Period Buddhist Art and Heian Period Court Painting (4 pages)

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Finishes covering items on Handout 16 beginning with "Shukongojin," covers through item 1 on Handout 17 ("Tale of Genji/Genji Montogari").


Lecture number:
22
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Tennessee
Course:
Arth 183 - Asian Art
Edition:
1
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ARTH183 1st Edition Lecture 22 Outline of Last Lecture I Kofun Period Japan Asuka Period 552 710 CE A Asuka Period distinction B Horyu ji Temple of the Exalted Law a Significance Buddhism in Japan b Form components New architectural style elements c Five Story Pagoda form Relation to Indian stupa d Kondo purpose C Shaka Triad a Subject Votive image Inscription re purpose of image b Style Elements comparable to Chinese late Northern Wei style Bodhisattvas garments serrated outline lotus thrones II Nara Period Japan 685 710 794 CE A Nara Period a Historical developments International Style Growth of Buddhism B Yakushi ji Yakushi Temple Yakushi Triad a Subject his attributes Significance to dedication b Style Comparable elements to Chinese Tang style Bodhisattvas appearance likely identities C Shukongojin what temple building and position it was located at a Hibutsu Religious connection b Subject Meaning of Vajrapani Cosmographic orientation significance Outline of Current Lecture I Nara Period Japan Buddhist Art Continued These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute A Shukongojin historical connection a Figure style Chinese influence b Form Technique clay armature Original paint c International Style influence Realism vs exaggeration B Priest Ganjin historical significance of work and subject a Figure style b Form Technique dry lacquer characteristics Sculpture function C Kichijoten a Subject mixing of religions Empress Koken b Style Similarities to Tang woman convergence of religious and secular c Function significance of garments D End of Nara Period role of Buddhism and Empress Koken II Heian Period Japan 794 1189 CE A emakimono what it is why it became popular a Vernacular novel the Tale of Genji Historical significance Author Subject B Tale of Genji Genji Monogatari characteristics of illustrations a fukinuki yatai b Death scene Homogeneity of figures



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