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Chinese Art Japanese Art Images you must learn. In order of importance……
The Great Wave Hokusai Edo period, c.1831 polychrome woodblock print on paper
Travelers among Mountains and Streams Fan Kuan Northern Song Dynasty, early 11th century CE hanging scroll, ink and colors on silk How does this image exemplify the Confucian beliefs? How does this image exemplify Daoist beliefs? How does this image exemplify Buddhist beliefs?
Kuya Preaching Kosho Kamakura period before 1207 painted wood Can you connect this statue to religious beliefs?
Monk Sewing Ninga Kamakura period, early 14th century ink on paper Can you connect this image to religious beliefs?
Terracotta Soldiers, from the mausoleum of the Emperor Qin dynasty, c. 210 BCE Can you connect these terracotta soldiers to religious beliefs? What are these soldiers missing?
Terracotta Soldiers, from the mausoleum of the Emperor Qin dynasty, c. 210 BCE
Zhao Mengfu section of Autumn Colors on the Qiao and Hua Mountains Yuan dynasty, 1296 handscroll, ink and color on paper The Yuan dynasty refers to what conquest? Mengfu in this handscroll imitated who? Why? (A related question--Why then is this image considered a good example of literati painting?)
Poet on a Mountaintop Shen Zhou Ming dynasty, c.1500 leaf from an album Who was Zhou imitating? Why does Stokstad claims that this work represents the essence of literati painting?
The Forbidden City Ming Dynasty
Nanchan Temple Tang Dynasty 782 CE Buddhist
Byodo-in, Uji Kyoto Prefecture Heian period, c CE temple of Pure Land Buddhism
Landscape Bunsei Muromachi period, mid-15th century hanging scroll, ink and light colors on paper Why (or how) can we read this landscape as “Zen-influenced?”