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The Tale of Genji supports the notion of the significant role played by which of the following in developing the painting style as seen in this scroll?
The Phoenix Hall, Byodoin, with its light exterior pillars, elevated wings, and reflective pond, is a physical metaphor for which of the following?
How does the Tale of Genji differ from its Chinese prototypes such as Gu Kaizhi's Admonitions scroll?
The sculptor who created the Shaka triad for the Horyuji Kondo was ____.
In the Tale of Genji, the metaphor, which came to mean fading life and love and the season of autumn, is which of the following?
Briefly discuss the influences Zen Buddhism had on Muromachi art.
How did the Meiji period shape Japanese society for the coming twentieth century?
Briefly describe the early years after Buddhism was introduced into Japanese society.
How did haniwa figures function as grave offerings during the Kofun period?
What is the Taizokai (Womb World), and how does it reflect Shingon Buddhism?
How does the Phoenix Hall in Byodoin resonate Pure Land Buddhism?
Contrast these two images, how are they different and how are they alike?
How do these two images reflect Buddhism as practiced in Japanese society during the Heian period?
What makes these two images significantly different?
What are the features that demonstrate Chinese architectural styles and influences in this building?
What is this and what type of space does it evoke?
How does this work evoke the militarism of the time?
Attribute the images on the screen to a culture and give an approximate date. Give the reasons for your attributions, using complete sentences and referring to specific works discussed in class.
Which of the following characteristics describes a Wabi aesthetic?
Which of the following Japanese artists went to China and studied with Ming masters?
How did the Taian teahouse encourage intimacy among the guests and tea host?
In the Edo period, the Tokugawa rulers banned ____ and almost all foreigners from entering Japan.
The unglazed ceramic figures placed around the Kofun tumuli are:
Which of the following was a renowned tea master?
Painters of the Momoyama Period were asked to create folding screens in ink, color, and gold leaf for ____.
The art form providing Japanese practitioners the most substantial presence in the world scene today is:
The tree pictured in Ando Hiroshige's Plum Estate Kaneido is called ____ and was famed for its large, fragrant blossoms:
What famous Western artist created his own version of Ando Hiroshige's Plum Estate Kaneido?
The subject matter of Honami Koetsu's Boat Bridge is derived from:
____ was the leading Momoyama painter of murals and screens.
How did Japanese literati differ from their Chinese counterparts?