UT Knoxville ARTH 183 - Momoyama Period and Edo Period Japan (5 pages)

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Momoyama Period and Edo Period Japan


Finishes covering all items on Handout 19 (final item="Cypress Trees"), covers entirety of Handout 20 on Edo/Tokugawa Period Woodblock Prints.

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Arth 183 - Asian Art
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ARTH183 1st Edition Lecture 25 Outline of Last 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 Shogun b Subject relationship to Zen Buddhism c Style Typical Zen treatment of figures Relationship to Chinese Southern Song style C Rock Garden relationship to Zen Buddhism Zen Buddhist temples a Form Components Symbolism of gravel and garden as a whole b Use c Zen Buddhist aesthetic values Wabi Sabi III Momoyama Period Japan 1573 1615 A History Totoyomi Hiteyoshi B Development of castle a Use developed in response to what C Himeji Castle builder 2 main divisions a Form Style lack of openness heaviness The keep Effect of gables 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 Domestic area Defensive strategies b Audience Hall Interior form d cor New style of wall painting Origin Outline of Current Lecture I Momoyama Period Continued Castles and Painting A New painting style relationship to castles B Cypress Trees a Artist and patron Creation process b Original and later use c Style characteristics Blue and gold style name source II Edo Tokugawa Period Japan 1615 1868 CE Woodblock Prints A Edo Period historical climate features a Middle class growth cause b Characteristics of capital Edo Cause Effect on art B Ukiyo e Definition a Medium of woodblock prints How they were made Who bought them C Motoura and Yaeazakura of the Minami Yamasakiya a Historical significance of artist to medium b Subject Depiction of women re individuality

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