History of Japanese Art

ISBN-10: 0131176013

ISBN-13: 9780131176010

Edition: 2nd 2005

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Book details

List price: $225.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 9/24/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 432
Size: 8.75" wide x 11.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.838
Language: English

Preface
Map of Japan
The Birth of Japan
The Neolithic Jomon and the Protohistoric
Yayoi and Kofun Periods
Out of Myth and into the Archaeological Record
The Jomon Period (c. 11,000-400 B.C.E.)
Incipient (c. 11.0008.000 B.C.E.) and Initial Jomon (c. 8000-5000 B.C.E.) phases
Early Jomon (c. 5000-2500 B.C.E.) phase
Middle Jomon (c. 2500-1500 B.C.E.) phase
Late (c.1500-1000 B.C.E.) and Final Jomon (c. 1000-400 B.C.E.) phases
The Yayoi Period (c. 400 B.C.E.-300 C.E.)
The Three Sacred Treasures
Dotaku
Ceramics
The Kofun Period (300-710 C.E.)
Haniwa
Mirrors
Other Grave Goods
Ornamented Tombs
Imperial Models
The Impact of China and Buddhisni ofro Japan
Centralization of Power
Beginnings of a Metropolitan Court Culture
The Creation of an Imperial City
The Introduction of Writing
Silk Roads to Japan
Decorative Arts (sixth to eighth centuries)
Shinto
Shinto Architecture
Buddhism
Buddhism's Introduction to Japan
Architecture
Horyuji
Yakushiji
Kofukuji
Todaiji: The Nation's Temple
Toshodaiji
Tori Busshi and Asuka-Period Sculpture (552-645)
Asuka Painting: The Tamamushi Shrine
Hakuho Sculpture: Horyuji
Hakuho Painting
HakuhM Sculpture: Yakushiji
Early Nara Sculpture and Painting
Mid-Nara Sculpture: Todaiji
Dry-Lacquer and Clay Sculpture
Arts of the Late-Nara Period
Capital of Peace and Tranquillity
The Heian Period anti the Caning of Age of a Native Aesthetic
Overbearing Monks and Vengeful Ghosts
Early Heian Period
Middle Heian or Fujiwara Period
Late Heian or Insei Period
Rebellion
The Arts in the Late Heian Period
Heian and the Imperial Palace
Life at Court
Shinden
Interior Decoration
Gardens
Literature and Calligraphy
Poetry
Women of Letters
The Rise of Yamato-e
Emakimono and Papermaking
Emakimono
The Genji Monagatari emaki
The Choju jinbutsu
The Shigisan engi emaki
The Ban Dainagon ekotoba
Buddhist Arts
Buddhism of the Tendai and Shingon Schools
Shingon Architecture
Shingon Mandala Paintings
Early Portrait Painting
Sculpture
Temple Architecture
Jinoji
Single-Block and Multiple-Block Wood Sculpture
Muroji
Daigoji
Fuda and the Godairiki Bosatsu
Architecture of the Middle Heian
The Phoenix Hall
Independent Raigo Paintings
Shaka Paintings
Buddhist Temples of the Late Heian Period
Joruriji
Chusonji
Sanju sangendo
Late Heian Hanging Scrolls and Illustrated Sutras
Shinto Arts
Changing of the Guard
The Rise of the Samurai and theTwiiight of the Imperial Order
Cultural Flowering from Chaos and Upheaval
End of an Epoch: The Hogen, Heiji, and Genpei Wars
The First Shogun: Minamoto no Yoritomo
Repairing the Damage: Cultural Revival in the Early Kamakura Period
Decline into Perpetual Civil War: The Nambokucho and Muromachi Periods
Rakucha Rakugai
Decorative and Applied Arts
Armor and Lacquerware
Textiles
Ceramics
Literary and Calligraphic Arts of the Imperial Court
Emakimono of the Medieval Period
The Rebuilding of Todaiji and Kofukuji
The Kei School of Sc
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