9780500203262

Japanese Art (World of Art)

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  • ISBN13:

    9780500203262

  • ISBN10:

    0500203261

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 4/17/2000
  • Publisher: THAMES&HUD

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Summary

The uniqueness of Japanese culture rests on the fact that, throughout its history, Japan has continually taken, adapted, and transformed diverse influences from Korea, China, the South Seas, Europe, and the Americas into distinct traditions of its own. Extensively revised, updated, and expanded since its first publication, this authoritative survey of the arts of Japan from the prehistoric period to the present brings together the results of the most recent research on the subject. Profusely illustrated with examples from all the arts'”painting, calligraphy, the decorative arts, and architecture'”and with a wide-ranging bibliography, Japanese Art addresses itself equally to those who come to the subject for the first time and to the student. It is a concise overview of a fascinating and perplexing culture in which interest has never been greater than it is today.

Table of Contents

Author's note 6(1)
Introduction
7(7)
Prehistoric Period (11th mil. BCE--6th C. CE)
14(10)
Asuka and Nara (552--794)
24(35)
Heian (794--1185)
59(48)
Kamakura and Muromachi (1185--1573)
107(34)
Azuchi-Momoyama and Edo (1576--1868)
141(53)
Modern Japan (1868- )
194(16)
Maps 210(2)
Select Bibliography 212(4)
List of Illustrations 216(5)
Index 221

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