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Major themes in Japanese art

Author: 吉川, 逸治(1908- ) ; Itsuji Yoshikawa
Publisher: New York : Weatherhill, 1976.
Series: Heibonsha survey of Japanese art, v. 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st English edView all editions and formats
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Surveys in text and photographs the developments and importance of major motifs, and modes of primitive, early classical, medieval religious and popular, and Suibokuga and decorative arts in Japan, within the context of world art history.
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Yoshikawa, Itsuji.
Major themes in Japanese art.
New York : Weatherhill, 1976
(OCoLC)643639186
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: 吉川, 逸治(1908- ) ; Itsuji Yoshikawa
ISBN: 0834810034 9780834810037
OCLC Number: 1551378
Notes: Translation of Nihon Bijutsu nyūmon.
Description: 166 pages, [2] folded leaves of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
Contents: Primitive art in Japan: The Jomon and Yayoi cultures --
Variety of Jomon decoration --
Yayoi period art --
Tumulus period art --
Shrine architcture --
Early Classical: The Nara Period: Asuka sculpture --
Tamamushi shrine --
Development of the Kondo --
Classical architctural style --
Hakuho sculpture: Awakening of self-awareness --
Tempyo sculpture: Classical style at its peak --
Rise of Classical painting --
Formation of Medieval art: Heian Period: Art of Esoteric Buddhism --
Painting in Esoteric Buddhism --
Mandalas --
Nature in religion --
Art of Pure Land Buddhism --
Rise of Yamato-e --
Development of Medieval popular art: Late Heian and Kamakura periods: Buddhist painting --
Portrait painting --
Narrative picture scrolls --
Kamakura architecture --
Kamakura sculpture --
Suibokuga and decorative painting: Muromachi, Momoyama, and Edo periods: World of Suibokuga --
Sesshu's art --
Kano school --
Literati painting --
Ukiyo-e prints.
Series Title: Heibonsha survey of Japanese art, v. 1.
Other Titles: Nihon bijutsu nyūmon.
Responsibility: by Itsuji Yoshikawa ; translated by Armins Nikovskis.

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Surveys in text and photographs the developments and importance of major motifs, and modes of primitive, early classical, medieval religious and popular, and Suibokuga and decorative arts in Japan, within the context of world art history.

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