Religious Influence on Japanese Art
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This paper will discuss how religion influenced Japanese art from prehistory to the 19th century. The Japanese were the first known users of pottery, dating back to 10,000 B. C. The Jomon people of Japan made pottery from clay and pressed lengths of cord into the clay while still wet for decoration.… Japanese art spans a wide range of media and styles…
Japanese art influence on Western culture
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Throughout history, Japanese Art has had a significant influence on Western Culture. The exposure of Japanese to the economic opportunities in the West, and an influx of European philosophies, and culture into Japan have reversed the otherwise classic isolated Japanese artists.… Throughout history, Japanese Art has had a significant influence on Western…
Floating World in Japanese art history
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During the late 16th century a new class began to emerge in Japan, which was comprised of artisans, merchants and, in some cases, low ranking samurai. This new class gradually gained wealth and with that influence in society, and had money to spend to enjoy the arts and… Asai Ryoi wrote his famous Tales of the Floating World (Ukiyo-monogatari) in 1661 and…
Japanese Art of the Kamakura Period
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Name Instructor Task Date Japanese Art in Kamakura Period Introduction Ancient times in Japan are mostly characterized by honored men who make swords and other dangerous assassins who appear as ninjas. Many movies and television programs reflect what happened in the Japanese society long time ago.… Even with constant wars, the Buddhist religion got support…
The origin, growth and development of Japanese art and culture
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In the early years of 1900, art and literature in many Asian countries including Japan and India have led to changes in global modernism. The art culture in the Asian countries has undergone resurgence that has been influential and effective not only in the countries, but globally.… Most of the Asian fashion designs might seem to be imitations of the European…
Japanese influence on Western Art
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Undeniably,a look at a piece of art depicts creativity or the mind of the artist.Pieces of arts from the east depict observation,realism with one dominant idea presented graphically with a strong motif.Edouard Mamet formed the foundation of western art that portrayed elegance with different bold patches of colour.… Undeniably, a look at a piece of art depicts…
Japanese contemporary art and Korean contemporary art
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The essay analyzes Japanese Contemporary Art and Korean Contemporary Art. Art history has since shown to have attention to what makes art connective to one another as to what make art individually unique. Aarts shape other arts since no art can be said to be an island of itself.… The essay "Japanese contemporary art and Korean contemporary art" presents…
Chinese Influence on Japanese Buddhist Art and Architecture
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China and Japan are two neighboring Asian countries that are separated by seas. To bring about changes in their way of living, specifically in the aspect of art, architecture, and religion there were instances in history where the Japanese has collaborated with the Chinese culture.… The period has also marked the coming of Buddhism to the country “from the…
Western Cultural Influence on Japanese Artistry
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With the onslaught of European, Asian and North American tourism and beliefs, Japanese culture has not only changed in terms of its economics, politics and other social factors but its artists have changed their focus as well (Martinez, pp.25-29).… Between the Meiji Restoration in the latter half of the 19th century and the Taisho Era prior to the First World…
Eastern influence in western design/art
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Western culture refers to a collection of beliefs, social norms, principles, art, politics and technology that have that have their beginning in Europe. Western culture is distinguished by various technological, artistic, cultural and philosophical themes. In the modern age,… Over the years, Western culture has had a tremendous influence on other cultures.…
Denver Art Mes
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Many of the arts depict most artworks of indigenous people of almost every country in the world. Pueblo pottery gallery captures all the people who lived… Japanese art painting art work, which is wrote by brush and is used to produce colorful culture aspects of almost everything, and are often times associated with religion. The Jomon art which is decorates…
Special Qualitites of Japanese Woodblock Prints
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Special Qualities of Japanese Woodblock Prints: Woodblock prints are an integral part of Japanese art and culture in the centuries gone past. In many ways, the techniques of craft and reproduction that were pioneered and mastered by the Japanese were more advanced than what their European contemporaries were able to achieve.… Not only were the woodblock prints…
Exhibit Advertisement
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This time we are gathering fantabulous pieces of arts from two of the richest countries of the world; China and Japan. In this exhibition you will experience the early Chinese and Japanese… At the other hand you will experience the unbelievably creative art works from Japan. The time that you will spend in our museum will be the time you will enjoy the…
Art in the field
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There is the art which you find in the walls of art galleries or the moving art on a screen; and then there is art which uses the canvas of the nature to bring out the beauty that exists in real life.… Initially designed to serve as a private get-a-away for the family that bought the area, the Hakone Garden was influenced by the family’s visit to Japan and…
Japanese Haiku
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According to the definition provided by Elisabeth Nichols, haiku is “an unrhymed Japanese poem recording the essence of a moment keenly… Based on Zen Buddhism (Purves), the genre of haiku as a means of poetic expression emerged as far back as in the 14th century, originally being a subgenre of traditional Japanese Waka poetry inspired by Chinese models of…
Art HIstory
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(Name) (Professor) (Date) (Course) Art History: Byzantine Architecture from Ravenna, Italy and Japan’s Horyu-ji Temple - ? One of the greatest cities in Italy where glorious glimpses of Byzantine Art can be found is the city of Ravenna, Italy (Fletcher and Cruickshank 282-320).… Meanwhile, on the other part of the globe, lies the Horyu-ji Temple (???), one of…
Gutai art
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Gutai Art [Author] [Institution] Gutai Art The Gutai was an art movement which was started by Jiro Yoshihara in Japan in 1954. This movement included many artists of that time who worked together in a specific manner for a specific purpose. The Gutai movement held immense importance because of its new and different concepts which were brought in by its members.…
Visual Arts of Japan-Shinto Art
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Shinto, also “the way of the gods, is the Japanese people’s indigenous faith, whose age is just as old as the Japanese people themselves. Shinto is the majority religion in Japan along with Buddhism. Shinto as a religion evolved from the belief in a deity that is also known as Kami. … The shrines that the Shinto use for worship sites and many other areas of…
Buddhist Art
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From this essay, it is clear that Buddhist art developed in the 6th and 5th century BCE and it later spread throughout Asia and the world, as a result of its contact with other cultures. It becomes lucid that the earliest Buddhist art followed the Indian aniconic tradition.… According to the research "Buddhism art" findings Buddhism art has been one of the…
Art and Architecture of Africa-Identification of terms
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It means born at dawn or during daylight and mostly may be very shiny or have a very bright complexion. It also means as of light. The name is strongly associated with Japanese art and is rendered using Katana… It was common with ancient Egypt. It came to use under the kingdom of pharaoh Sneferu (Crouch, 34). In architecture, zoomorphic architecture refers to…
Art History
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Plate with Peony Design and Dish with String of Camellias have several similarities, but can be contrasted by color and style. The Plate with Peony Design is Kokutani ware, while the Dish with String of… Plate with Peony Design and Dish with String of Camellias were both plates. These two pieces of ceramic came from the Arita region Saga Prefecture, Japan.…
Why Mono No Aware: Cultural Art History of Tokugawa Period Japan
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Mono no Aware is an indispensable part of the Japanese art and culture. It is historically associated with the development of the Japanese self perception. Since its coining by Motoori Norinaga in the 18th century, the idea continues to dominate the Japanese cultural art, literary works and music.… “Mono no aware” is especially a term -in the art history of…
Japanese Schooling System
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School system varies according to countries and depends on cultures inherent to these countries. School systems are characteristic of students released to the job market as the skills learned in these systems play a significant role in portraying the qualification of individuals in the job market.… In addition to teaching curriculum in school systems, there…
Japanese Schooling System
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In this paper, the Japanese school system will be considered and compared to the American school system. Japan is becoming one of the world’s largest sources of students studying in foreign universities. Japanese students have to seek education outside their country, mostly in western countries.… According to Gainey and Andresen, in 1996 more than 16…
Japanese Tea House Architecture
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Just as tea ceremonies do not equate to tea time, or tea parties, or having a simple cup of tea in while reading a good book, the tea houses themselves take on greater meaning than merely being… One would think that, with the profound implication of the tea ceremonies, that the tea houses would be elaborate. Actually, just the opposite is true – the houses are…
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