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Art Beyond the West (Trade Version)

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Pub. Date:
1/1/2002
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Prentice Hall
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Summary

From an African mask to a Maya temple to a watercolor by the great Indian poet and artist Tagore, this richly illustrated book presents the vast and fascinating range of arts that lies outside the Western tradition.

Michael Kampen O'Riley treats Asian, African, and American cultures from their early, often prehistoric beginnings through the present day, explaining what makes each distinctive. The only one-volume overview of the subject available today, this solid, cogent work is an ideal introduction for students, art lovers, and travelers.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Art Beyond the West
12(12)
Africa
13(1)
India and Southeast Asia
14(1)
China
15(1)
Japan and Korea
16(1)
The Pacific
16(1)
The Americas
17(1)
Western And Non-Western Art
17(4)
The Art in Context
21(3)
Africa
24(36)
Time Chart
25(1)
Introduction
25(2)
The History of African Art History
27(2)
African Prehistory
29(1)
Southern Africa
30(3)
The Earliest Southern African Art
31(1)
Great Zimbabwe
32(1)
East Africa
33(3)
Makonde and Giryama
33(1)
Rwanda
34(1)
Ethiopia
34(2)
Central Africa
36(2)
Chokwe and Kongo
36(2)
West Africa
38(16)
Nigeria
38(1)
Nok
38(1)
Ile-Ife
39(2)
Benin
41(3)
The Modern Yoruba and Their Neighbors
44(3)
Cameroon
47(2)
Mali and Mauritania
49(4)
Cote D'Ivoire and Liberia
53(1)
The African Diaspora and African-American Folklore Art
54(2)
Summary
56(4)
India and Southeast Asia
60(48)
Time Chart
61(1)
Introduction
61(2)
The Indus Valley
63(2)
The Aryan Migrations and the Vedic Period (1500-322 BCE)
65(1)
Buddhist Art
65(18)
The Maurya Period (322-185 BCE)
65(3)
The Shunga (185-72 BCE) and Early Andhra (70 BCE-1st Century CE) Periods
68(5)
The Kushan (3-320 CE) and Later Andhra (1st Century CE-320 CE) Periods
73(2)
The Gupta Period (320-500 CE)
75(2)
The Spread of Buddhist Art
77(1)
Afghanistan
77(1)
Nepal and Tibet
78(3)
Sri Lanka
81(1)
Burma
81(1)
Indonesia
82(1)
Hindu Art
83(10)
Hindu Art and Architecture in Southern India
84(6)
Hindu Art and Architecture in Northern India
90(1)
The Spread of Hindu Art
91(2)
Jain Art and Architecture
93(2)
Islamic India
95(6)
The Taj Mahal
98(1)
Late Hindu Art in India
98(3)
Colonial India
101(3)
Summary
104(4)
China
108(52)
Introduction
108(3)
Time Chart
111(1)
The Neolithic Period (c. 7000-2250 BCE)
112(1)
The Xia (c. 2205-1700 BCE) and Shang (1700-1045 BCE) Dynasties
113(4)
The Zhou Dynasty (1045-480 BCE)
117(2)
The Period of Warring States (480-221 BCE) and the Qin Dynasty (221-209 BCE)
119(2)
The Tomb Complex of Qin Shihhuangdi
120(1)
The Han Dynasty (206 BCE-220 CE)
121(5)
The Tomb of the Lady of Dai
123(1)
The Wu Family Tombs
124(1)
The Cult of Sacred Mountains and the Boshan Lu
124(2)
The Period of Disunity: Six Dynasties (220-589 CE)
126(1)
The Wei Dynasty in Northern China (388-535 CE)
126(5)
Painting and Calligraphy
127(4)
The Sui (589-618) and Tang (618-907) Dynasties
131(4)
Architecture
131(1)
Painting
132(3)
The Five Dynasties (906-960), Northern Song (960-1127) and Southern Song (1127-1279) Dynasties
135(5)
Painting
136(2)
Ceramics
138(2)
The Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368)
140(3)
Painting
141(2)
The Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
143(4)
Ceramics
143(2)
Lacquer
145(1)
Painting
146(1)
The Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)
147(7)
Architecture
147(4)
Sculpture
151(1)
Painting
151(3)
Modern China (From 1911)
154(3)
Summary
157(3)
Japan and Korea
160(50)
Time Chart
161(1)
Introduction
161(2)
The Jomon (12,000/10,500-300 BCE) and Yayoi (300 ACE-300 CE) Periods
163(1)
The Kofun Period (300-710 CE)
164(2)
Burial Mounds
164(1)
Shrines
165(1)
Korea: The Three Kingdoms Period (57 BCE-688 CE)
166(2)
The Asuka (552-645) and Hakuho (645-710) Periods
168(3)
Temples and Shrines
168(3)
The Nara Period (710-794)
171(1)
Architecture
171(1)
The Heian Period (794-1185)
172(5)
Esoteric Buddhist Art
172(1)
Pure Land Buddhist Art
172(1)
Architecture
173(1)
Literature, Calligraphy, and Painting
174(3)
Kamakura (1185-1333) and Koryo Korea (948-1395) Periods
177(3)
Painting
177(1)
The Shoguns, Daimyo, and Samurai
178(1)
Sculpture
178(2)
Korea: Koryo
180(1)
The Muromachi (Ashikaga) Period (1392-1573)
180(3)
Painting
181(1)
Zen Gardens
182(1)
The Momoyama Period (1573-1615)
183(9)
Architecture and Painted Screens
184(4)
The Tea Ceremony: Architecture and Ceramics
188(3)
Scroll Painting and Calligraphy
191(1)
The Tokugawa (Edo) Period (1615-1868)
192(5)
Architecture
192(3)
Printmaking and the Ukiyo-e Style
195(1)
Utamoro
195(1)
Hokusai
196(1)
The Meiji Restoration (1868-1912)
197(5)
Printmaking and Painting
197(5)
The Modern Period (From 1912)
202(5)
Architecture
202(1)
Painting, Film, and Video
203(4)
Summary
207(3)
The Pacific
210(32)
Time Chart
211(1)
Introduction
211(2)
Australia
213(2)
Dreaming: The Spiritual World
213(1)
Mimi and the ``X-Ray'' Style
214(1)
Recent Aboriginal Painting
214(1)
Melanesia
215(5)
New Guinea
216(1)
Papua: The Sepik River Area
216(1)
Irian Jaya: The Asmat
217(1)
New Ireland: The Malanggan
218(2)
Micronesia
220(3)
Pohnpei: The Ceremonial Complex of Nan Madol
220(1)
Architecture in the Mariana and Caroline Islands
220(2)
Textiles
222(1)
Polynesia
223(16)
French Polynesia: Tahiti and the Marquesas
223(3)
Western Polynesia: Tonga and Samoa
226(1)
Hawaii
227(1)
Sculpture and Featherwork
227(3)
Textiles
230(2)
Easter Island
232(1)
New Zealand: The Maori
233(1)
The Te Hau-ki-Turanga Meeting House
234(4)
Colonial and Post-Colonial New Zealand
238(1)
Summary
239(3)
The Americas
242(62)
Introduction
242(1)
The Pre-Columbian World
243(1)
South America: The Central Andes
244(1)
Time Chart
244(14)
Chavin de Huantar
246(1)
Paracas
247(3)
Tiahuananco and Huari
250(1)
Moche and ChanChan
251(4)
The Inca
255(1)
Cuzco
255(1)
Machu Picchu
256(2)
Mesoamerica
258(1)
Time Chart
258(22)
Preclassic Art: The Olmecs
259(2)
Classic Art
261(1)
The Maya
261(1)
Palenque
261(3)
Tikal
264(2)
Copan and Bonampak
266(2)
Mexico
268(1)
Teotihuacan
268(2)
The Gulf Coast and Tajin
270(2)
Postclassic Art
272(1)
The Northern Maya of the Yucatan
272(2)
The Mixtecs and Toltecs in Mexico
274(1)
The Aztecs
275(5)
North America
280(1)
Time Chart
281(19)
The Eastern and Southeastern United States
282(1)
The Adena and Hopewell
282(2)
The Mississippi Period and the Southern Cult
284(1)
The Arctic and Sub-Arctic
285(1)
The Northern Pacific Coast
285(1)
Haida Totem Poles
286(2)
The Tlingits
288(2)
The Southwestern United States
290(1)
The Pacblos
290(3)
The Navajo
293(3)
The Great Plains
296(4)
Summary
300(4)
Art Without Boundaries
304(7)
Introduction
304(1)
Postcolonialism
305(1)
Postmodernism
306(2)
Internationalism in the Postmodern and Postcolonial World
308(2)
Into the Twenty-First Century: The Future of Art Beyond the west
310(1)
Afterword The New Geographies of Contemporary Art 311(5)
Glossary 316(9)
Bibliography 325(9)
Picture Credits 334(3)
Index 337


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