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Art Beyond the West,9780131751521

Art Beyond the West

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Pub. Date:
6/29/2006
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Pearson
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Summary

For Non-Western Art, Humanities, or Culture and Religion courses. This one-volume survey provides students with detailed and systematic coverage of Non-Western art via coverage of the cultural and ideological contexts in which art was created. Michael Kampen-Ors"Riley created this text to serve as the marketrs"s first dedicated survey of Non-Western art. Rather than mere descriptions of the various styles, Kampen-Ors"Riley provides detailed analysis of each major style within its cultural context, through which students can derive the meaning of works of art in each style. The text also provides students with an efficient educational tool with which to study art from nearly two thirds of the world.

Author Biography

Michael Kampen O'Riley is professor emeritus of art history at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Art beyond the West
12(8)
Art History and Art Beyond the West
13(2)
Art and Cultural Values
15(1)
History and the Sacred
16(4)
Western and Central Asia
20(34)
Introduction
20(1)
Muhammad and Early Islamic Thought
21(3)
The Qur'an and Islamic Art
24
Time Chart
21(4)
The Sasanian Persians and Early Islam
25(2)
Byzantium and the Umayyad Caliphate (661--750 CE)
27(5)
Jerusalem: The Dome of the Rock
27(2)
The Hypostyle Mosque
29(1)
Damascus: The Great Mosque
30(1)
Pleasure Palaces and Secular Art
31(1)
The Abbasid Caliphate (750--1258)
32(3)
Baghdad and Samarra
32(3)
Iran and Central Asia
35(11)
The Saljuq Dynasty (1038--1194)
35(2)
The Ilkhans (1258--1335)
37(1)
The Timurids (1370--1501)
38(3)
The Turkomans (1380--1508)
41(1)
The Safavid Dynasty (1501--1722)
41(3)
Textiles
44(2)
Anatolia and the Ottoman Turks (1453--1574)
46(5)
Mehmed II and Hagia Sophia
46(1)
Suleyman The Magnificent and Selim II
47(4)
Summary
51
Boxes
Materials and techniques: Byzantine and Islamic Mosaics
29(11)
In context: Persian Poetry and Painting
40(5)
Materials and techniques: Islamic Carpets
45(9)
India and Southeast Asia
54(46)
Time Chart
55(1)
Introduction
55(2)
The Indus Valley
57(2)
The Aryan Migrations and the Vedic Period (1500--322 BCE)
59(1)
Buddhist Art
59(17)
The Maurya Period (322--185 BCE)
59(1)
The Shunga Period (185-72 BCE and Early Andhra Period (70 BCE-First Century CE)
60(6)
The Kushan Period (30--320 CE) and Later Andhra Period (First Century-320 CE)
66(1)
The Gupta Period (320--500 CE)
67(2)
The Spread of Buddhist Art
69(1)
Afghanistan
70(1)
Nepal and Tibet
71(1)
Sri Lanka
72(2)
Burma
74(1)
Indonesia
75(1)
Hindu Art
76(9)
Hindu Art and Architecture in Southern India
77(5)
Hindu Art and Architecture in Northern India
82(2)
The Spread of Hindu Art
84(1)
Jain Art and Architecture
85(2)
Islamic India
87(6)
The Taj Mahal
91(1)
Late Hindu Art in India
92(1)
Colonial India
93(4)
Summary
97
Boxes
Religion: Buddhism
62(16)
Religion: Hinduism
78(3)
Analyzing Art and Architecture: The Hindu Temple: Symbolism and Terminology
81(4)
Religion: Jainism
85(15)
China
100(50)
Introduction
100(3)
Time Chart
103(2)
The Neolithic Period (C. 7000--2250 BCE)
105(1)
The Xia Dynasty (C. 2205-1700 BCE) and Shang Dynasty (C. 1700--1045 BCE)
106(3)
The Zhou Dynasty (1045--480 BCE)
109(1)
The Period of Warring States (480--221 BCE) And the Qin Dynasty (221--206 BCE)
110(3)
The Tomb Complex of Qin Shihhuangdi
111(2)
The Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE)
113(4)
The Tomb of the Lady of Dai
114(1)
The Wu Family Tombs
115(1)
The Cult of Sacred Mountains and the Boshan Lu
116(1)
The Period of Disunity: Six Dynasties (220-589 CE)
117(5)
The Wei Dynasty in Northern China (388-535 CE)
117(1)
Painting and Calligraphy
118(4)
The Sui Dynasty (589--618 CE) and The Tang Dynasty (618--907 CE)
122(3)
Painting
123(2)
The Five Dynasties (907--960 CE) and the Northern Song (960--1127) and
Southern Song Dynasties (1127--1279)
125(2)
Painting
127(2)
Ceramics
129(1)
The Yuan Dynasty (1279--1368)
130(3)
Painting
131(2)
The Ming Dynasty (1368--1644)
133(4)
Ceramics
133(1)
Lacquer
134(1)
Painting
135(2)
The Qing Dynasty (1644--1911)
137(8)
Architecture and Gardening
137(3)
Sculpture
140(1)
Painting
141(4)
Modern China (from 1911)
145(12)
Summary
157
Boxes
In context: Chinese Writing
107(1)
Materials and techniques: Chinese Piece-mold Casting
108(12)
In context: Xie He and His Canons of Painting
120(6)
Religion: Chan (Zen) Buddhism, Enlightenment, and Art
126(5)
Cross-cultural contacts: Marco Polo and the Mongol Court
131(3)
Materials and techniques: Porcelain
134(4)
Analyzing Art and Architecture: Feng Shui
138(5)
Cross-cultural contacts: Europe and Chinoiserie
143(7)
Japan and Korea
150(54)
Time Chart
151(1)
Introduction
151(1)
The Jomon Period (c. 12,000/10,500-300 BCE) And Yayoi Period (300 BCE-300 CE)
152(1)
The Kofun Period (300-710 CE)
153(5)
Burial Mounds
154(1)
Shinto and Shrines
154(4)
Korea: The Three Kingdoms Period (57 BCE-688 CE)
158(1)
The Asuka Period (552-645 CE) And Hakuho Period (645-710 CE)
159(2)
Temples and Shrines
160(1)
The Nara Period (710-794 CE)
161(3)
Architecture
163(1)
The Heian Period (794-1185)
164(5)
Esoteric Buddhist Art
164(1)
Pure Land Buddhist Art
165(1)
Architecture
165(1)
Literature, Calligraphy, and Painting
166(3)
Koryo Korea (918-1392) And Kamakura Period (1185-1333)
169(4)
Painting
169(1)
The Shoguns, Daimyo, and Samurai
170(2)
Sculpture
172(1)
Koryo: Korea
172(1)
The Muromachi (Ashikaga) Period (1392-1573)
173(3)
Painting
174(1)
Zen Gardens
175(1)
The Momoyama Period (1573-1615)
176(8)
Architecture and Painted Screens
178(3)
The Tea Ceremony: Architecture and Ceramics
181(3)
Scroll Painting and Calligraphy
184(1)
The Tokugawa (EDO) Period (1615-1868)
184(6)
Architecture
185(2)
Drawing and Everyday Life in Korea
187(1)
Printmaking and the Ukiyo-e Style in Japan
188(1)
Utamaro
188(1)
Hokusai
189(1)
The Meiji Restoration (1868-1912)
190(5)
Printmaking and Painting
191(4)
The Modern Period (From 1912)
195(6)
Architecture
195(1)
Painting, Film, and Video
196(5)
Summary
201
Boxes
Religion: Zen Buddhism
173(3)
In context: Japanese Poetry and Drama
176(1)
Cross-cultural contacts: Westerners and Christianity in Japan
177(12)
Materials and techniques: Japanese Woodblock printing
189(3)
Analyzing Art and Architecture: Van Gogh and Japonisme
192(12)
The Pacific
204(30)
Time Chart
205(1)
Introduction
205(2)
Australia
207(2)
Dreaming: The Spiritual World
207(1)
Mimi and the ``X-ray'' Style
208(1)
Recent Aboriginal Painting
208(1)
Melanesia
209(5)
New Guinea
210(1)
Papua: The Sepik River Area
210(2)
Irian Jaya: The Asmat
212(1)
New Ireland: The Malanggan
213(1)
Micronesia
214(3)
Pohnpei: The Ceremonial Complex of Nan Madol
214(1)
Architecture in the Mariana and Caroline Islands
215(1)
Textiles
216(1)
Polynesia
217(13)
French Polynesia: Tahiti and the Marquesas
217(2)
Western Polynesia: Tonga and Samoa
219(2)
Hawaii
221(1)
Sculpture and Featherwork
221(2)
Easter Island
223(1)
New Zealand: The Maori
224(2)
The Te Hau-ki-Turanga Meeting House
226(3)
Colonial and Postcolonial New Zealand
229(1)
Summary
230
Boxes
In context: The Spread of Art and Culture in the Pacific
206(15)
Cross-cultural contacts: Paul Gauguin and Polynesia
221(6)
In context: Maori Images of ``Art,'' ``Artist,'' and ``Art Criticism''
227(7)
Africa
234(36)
Time Chart
235(1)
Introduction
235(2)
The History of African Art History
237(1)
African Prehistory
238(2)
Southern Africa
240(3)
The Earliest Southern African Art
241(1)
Great Zimbabwe
241(2)
East Africa
243(2)
Makonde and Giryama
243(1)
Rwanda
244(1)
Ethiopia
245(1)
Central Africa
245(2)
Chokwe and Kongo
246(1)
West Africa
247(17)
Nigeria
247(1)
Nok
247(1)
Ile-Ife
248(3)
Benin
251(5)
The Modern Yoruba and Their Neighbors
256(4)
Cameroon
260(2)
Mali and Mauritania
262(2)
Cote d'lvoire and Liberia
264(1)
The African Diaspora And African-American Folklore Art
264(3)
Summary
267
Boxes
Methodology: What is an Authentic African Work of Art?
236(2)
In context: Artists and Attributions
238(1)
Cross-cultural contacts: Pablo Picasso and African Art
239(1)
Analyzing Art and Architecture: Primitivism: An Art-historical Definition
240(9)
Materials and techniques: Lost Wax Metal Casting
249(2)
Analyzing Art and Architecture: Yoruba Aesthetics
251(19)
The Americas
270(68)
Introduction
270(2)
South America: The Central Andes
272(3)
Time Chart South America
275(10)
Chavin de Huantar
274(1)
Paracas and Nazca
275(3)
Tiahuanaco and Huari
278(1)
Moche and Chanchan
279(2)
The Inca
281(1)
Cuzco
282(1)
Machu Picchu
283(2)
Post-conquest Cuzco
285(1)
Mesoamerica
285(1)
Time Chart Mesoamerica
286(24)
Preclassic Art: The Olmecs
286(2)
Classic Art
288(1)
The Maya
288(1)
Xibalba and Maya Painting
289(4)
Xibalba and Maya Architecture
293(1)
Tikal
293(1)
Palenque
294(1)
Copan and Bonampak
295(2)
Classic Mexico
297(5)
Postclassic Art
302(2)
The Mixtecs
304(1)
The Aztecs
304(6)
North America
310(2)
Time Chart North America
312(21)
The Eastern and Southeastern United States
313(1)
The Adena and Hopewell Styles
313(2)
The Mississippi Period and the Southern Cult
315(2)
The Northwest Pacific Coast
317(1)
Haida Totem Poles
317(3)
The Tlingits
320(1)
The Great Plains
321(5)
The Southwestern United States
326(1)
The Pueblos
327(3)
The Navajo
330(3)
Native American Art in the Twentieth Century
333
Boxes
In context: Shamanism and the Arts
272(4)
Materials and techniques: Fiber Art and Weaving
276(4)
In context: The Lord of Sipan
280(20)
Analyzing Art and Architecture: Teotihuacan: City Planning, Pragmatics, and Theology
300(8)
Analyzing Art and Architecture: Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, and Aztec Culture
308(4)
Methodology: Terminology
312(7)
Analyzing Art and Architecture: A Formal Analysis of the Northwest Pacific Coast Style
319(6)
Materials and techniques: Basketmaking
325(1)
Materials and techniques: Beadwork
326(5)
Cross-cultural contacts: Two Pueblo Clay Artists
331(7)
Art without Boundaries
338(1)
Introduction
338(1)
The New Geography
338(1)
The New Internationalism
339(2)
Expressing New Geographies And Ideologies
341(1)
Ideology And The Built Environment
341(2)
``Returnee'' Artists
343(2)
Artists And the State
345(2)
East And West
347


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