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survey of asian art 3


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Han Dynasty
206 BCE - 220 CE
Incense Burner (Censer)
Han Dynasty
Burial Suit of Prince Liu Sheng
Han Dynasty
Period of Disunity
220-589 CE
Colossal Buddha at Yungang
Period of Disunity
Sakyamuni and Prabhutaratna
Period of Disunity
Hungry Tigress painting at Dunhuang Cave
Period of Disunity
Story of the Filial Son
Period of Disunity
Tang Dynasty
618-907 CE
Court Ladies Preparing Silk
Tang Dynasty
Tomb Guardian
Tang Dynasty
Sutra of the Ten Kings
Tang Dynasty
Song Dynasty
960-1279 CE
Travelers Amid Mountains and Streams
Fan Kuan, Song Dynasty
Fishing in a Mountain Stream
Xu Daoning, Song Dynasty
Bodhisattva Guanyin
Song Dynasty
Koryo Dynasty, Korea
960-1279 CE
Bamboo Design Ewer
Koryo Dynasty
Yuan and Ming Dynasties
The Rongxi Studio
Yuan and Ming Dynasties
Poet on a Mountaintop
Shen Zhou, Yuan and Ming dunasties
Yuan and Ming Dyansties
Qing Dynasty
1644 - 1911
Fish and Rocks
Zhu Da or Bada Shanren, Qing Dynasty
House Beneath Cliff
Shitao, Qing Dynasty
Jomon Period to Kofun Period
c. 12,000 BCE - 552 CE
\"Flame Ware\" Vessel
Jomon to Kofun period
Tomb of Emperor Nintoku
Jomon to Kofun Period
Haniwa Warrior
Jomon to Kofun period
Asuka - Heian Period
552-1185 CE
Shrine at Ise
Asuka - Heian period
Tale of Genji scroll
Asuka - Heian Period
Scroll of Frolicking Animals
Asuka - Heian period
Momoyama and Edo Periods
1573 - 1868 CE
Kano Eitoku, Momoyama and Edo Periods
term: jataka tale
Stories that relate to the previous lives of Buddha.
Term: Six Principles of Chinese Painting
1. Animation through Spirit Resonance, 2. Structural composition through action of the brush, 3. Correspondence to the object\'s form, 4. suitable colors, 5. suitable composition, 6. transmission through copying
term: celadon
mint/seafoam green colored ceramics, high in quality, developed by the Koreans.
term: haniwa
literally \"circle of clay,\" ceramic statues placed over imperial tombs to serve as guardians
term: mono-no-aware
a recognition of simultaneous beauty and sadness
term: onna-e
female/woman style painting; high key colors and focus on decoration
term: otoko-e
male style painting; low or monochromatic colors, and focus on action
term: suibokuga/sumi-e
monochromatic ink paintings, similar in nature to Chinese ink paintings
Kamakura - Muromachi Period
Burning of Sanjo Palace
Kamakura - Muromachi Period
Winter Landscape
Sesshu, Kamakura - Muromachi Period
Toshusai Sharaku, Momoyama and Edo Periods
The Great Wave
Katsushika Hokusai, Momoyama and Edo Periods
Modern to Contemporary
public conVENience
term: ukiyo-e
\"pictures of the floating world;\" referring to the \"floating world\" entertainment district of Edo

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