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AH 494-01 JAPANESE ART & CULTURE SPRING 2009 ROSENZWEIG STUDY GUIDE TEST #2

(Tentative List)

Primarily based on your Joan Stanley-Baker (JSB) text, with additional works and terms to look-up.

A) WORKS OF ART: Be able to identify each by title, date, function/format, type/style name, then describe three
important characteristics.

Chapter 5:

Numbers: 74, 80, 85, 86, 97, and (look-up) Sesshu’s “Splashed Ink Landscape”

Chapter 6:

Numbers: 100, 106, 112, 116, 119, 128, 130, 144 (you’ll be shown a variant of this), 149, 150

B) TERMS: Be able to define. Words in parenthesis are not required.

Chapter 5:

Samurai Southern Song (Southern literati landscapes)


Shogun (bakufu) Sliding doors (fusuma-e), Screens (byobu)
Kamakura realism, portraiture Four Season panel paintings
Hall of 33 Bays (Sanjyusangendo), Kyoto Daimyo
Zen Buddhism (Chinzo) (literati Monks) (Chan) Sesshu (research his life and look-up his
Ashikaga “Splashed Ink Landscape”
Ink painting (sumi-e) Splattered ink landscape (haboku)
Koan

Chapter 6:

Kano painters Alternate attendance system


official style for Tokugawa shogunate Isolationist policy
Momoyama Period Namban Imari ware
Edo Period Boneless painting
Gold-ground screen painting Rimpa
The Way of Tea Korin (research his life and contrast with Sesshu)
Wabi (rusticity), (and Sabi, class definition and look-up) (Nanga painting)
Yamato-e (painting) Hakuin (Zenga)
Sotatsu (Tawaraya Sotatsu) Genre-painting
Harmony, Respect, Purity, Tranquility Bijinga (Pictures of Beauties)
Spiritual one-pointedness Ukiyo-e
Raku Multi-block color printing
Nikko Licensed quarters
Katsura Imperial Villa Kabuki actors
Merchant class Manga
Edo

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