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Japanese Periods. ASUKA PERIOD – When Buddhism came into Japan (Mahayana Buddhism) NARA PERIOD – Great Buddha Hall in Todaiji, Japan, Great Cosmic Buddha inside (Shows Esoteric Mudras)

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Japanese periods
Japanese Periods

  • ASUKA PERIOD – When Buddhism came into Japan (Mahayana Buddhism)

  • NARA PERIOD – Great Buddha Hall in Todaiji, Japan, Great Cosmic Buddha inside (Shows Esoteric Mudras)

  • HEIAN PERIOD – Esoteric – Pure Land Buddhism begins (Amida-Buddha of the West. Phoenix Hall-Celestial Architecture, Amida Buddha Inside-Placid and Rigid…Mudras Shown)

  • MUROMACHI PERIOD – Feudal Japan-Shoguns (military govt.), Zen Buddhism-Samurai’s Interest, Ink Paintings (Landscapes from Monks/Teachers, Sesshu’s Winter Landscape & Broken Ink Landscape), Zen Gardens-Dry Landscapes

  • MOMOYAMA PERIOD – Succession of 3 great warlords, Osaka Castle by Hideyoshi, 1583, Kano Eitoku’s Chinese Lions – Assoc. with Militarism-symbolized bravery & strength-way subject is depicted, LARGE Gold screen painting

  • NOW INTO …. EDO PERIOD – Great Stylistic/Subject Change


Edo period

Edo Period

1603 – 1868

Reestablished Shogunate of Tokugawa Family– moved capitol to *Edo and closed off Japan’s borders to trade/travel.

*Modern day Tokyo


Ukiyo e pictures of the floating world
Ukiyo-e: Pictures of the Floating World

  • Social gatherings with everyday people

  • Art for Middle CLASS

  • Work produced between 17th and 20th century

  • Because Buddhism preached pleasures were short lived and transient, Edo people said, “Let’s live it up while it lasts!”


Suzuki harunobu
Suzuki Harunobu

  • 1st artist to design drawings for a multi-colored print

  • Geisha as Daruma Crossing, Edo Period, mid - 18th c. Color woodblock



  • Suzuki Harunobu

  • Evening Bell at the Clock

  • 1765

  • Edo Period

  • Idealization of female figure

  • Flattened composition with contour outline


Katsushika hokusai focus on japanese landscape esp mt fuji symbolic icon of japanese people
Katsushika Hokusai*focus on Japanese landscape, esp. Mt. Fuji – symbolic icon of Japanese people


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Series: 36 Views of Mt. Fuji


Great Wave over Kanagawa, Katsushika Hokusai, 36 Views of Mount Fuji


Reflection be ready to share in 10 minutes
Reflection – Be ready to share in 10 minutes

  • Discuss with your partner an example of a Japanese sacred space. Discuss 1) The actual space/structure itself, and 2) how that space accommodates that religion’s beliefs and the involvement of the worshipper.

  • Discuss the importance and significance of SCALE in artwork. Why should scale be considered when looking at an artwork. Use one specific example of either painting or architecture in your discussion.


1,000 WORDS A MINUTE REVIEW GAME

(Each winning partner group will win 1 point on the Essay Test next Tuesday. THERE IS ONLY 1 WINNER GROUP PER ROUND!!!)


Pause calligraphy painting
PAUSE: Calligraphy Painting

  • We will be painting traditional Chinese calligraphy, so for the rest of today you will find three (3-4) Chinese symbols, practice a few times, and create a final panel. Begin finding your Zen!

  • *The more meaning behind the symbols, the better.

  • Please see example. Look up you tube lesson/pointer videos on Calligraphy.


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