UT Knoxville ARTH 183 - Kamakura, Muromachi, and Introduction to Momoyama Period Japan (4 pages)

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Covers all items on Handout 18 and up to item 1 on Handout 19 ("Himeji Castle").


Lecture number:
24
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Tennessee
Course:
Arth 183 - Asian Art
Edition:
1
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ARTH183 1st Edition Lecture 24 Outline of Last Lecture I Heian Period Japan Court Art Tale of Genji Continued A Ukifune and Naka no Kimi illustration scene it portrays a Double function of illustration b Composition Possible significance of Ukifune s position c Style II Esoteric and Amida Buddhism A Esoteric Vajrayana Buddhism a Characteristics Buddha Nature Relationship to Hinduism b Mandala definition B Mandalas of the Two Worlds Womb World and Diamond World historical significance typical mandala composition Vairochana a Relationship to Chinese Tang art b Womb World Composition hieratic scale c Diamond World Composition Wisdom fist mudra meaning Gold foil technique C Amida Pure Land Buddhism a Characteristics appeal to common people Growth in connection to concept of mappo D Phoenix Hall at Byodo in Temple purpose dedication source of name a Form Style Chinese influence East West orientation lake symbolism b Use by aristocracy experience it was meant to evoke E Amida by Jocho in Phoenix Hall at Byodo in Temple a Amida meditation mudra b Joined wood sculpture method Hollow interior contents c Form Style Wall sculptures of retinue 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 Identifier of Avalokiteshvara its significance III Kamakura Period Japan 1185 1333 CE A Big governing shift its effects on art a Introduction to Tales of the Heiji Heiji Monogatari Subject Outline of Current Lecture I Kamakura Period Japan Tales of the Heiji Heiji Monogatari Continued A Form subject a Illustrated handscroll emakimono b Single scene continuous narration Formatting of action B Style characteristics basis for use C Palace a Formatting of vignettes D Style relation to political message II Muromatchi Period Japan and Zen Buddhism A Zen Buddhism origins a Main emphases b Relationship to military families B Catching a Catfish with a Gourd Jojetsu a Original format and patron



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