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Transcript of Japanese Art
"Encyclopedia: Japanese Art." Japanese Art. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2013.
"Facts and Details." EARLY JAPANESE ART AND BUDDHIST SCULPTURE: DOGU, EARLY POTTERY, WOODEN SCUPTURE, KOKEI AND UNKEI. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Jan. 2013.
"Origami Llamas - What Can This Be?" YouTube. YouTube, 04 July 2007. Web. 15 Jan. 2013.
"List of Japanese Artists." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 01 Aug. 2013. Web. 15 Jan. 2013. There are many different forms of art the japan is known for. An example there is the technique of folding paper called origami, taming and growing tiny plants named Bonsai, the unique art of flower arrangement known as Ikebana, from pottery to beautiful sculptures, and modern day they are getting known for there tattoo designs. Some of the influences that the japanese art had were the chinese. What also had an influence on the art at the time and how it developed was the art period, Buddhism, and what political issues were going on in that time frame. Some types of famous techniques of art is ink painting. Its a monochromatic portrayal of landscapes.Ukiyo-e, is another type of painting from a wood block . There are 7 different periods of Japanese art if you include modern day. The Nara Period 6th cent to early 9th The Fujiwara Period late 9th The Kamakura Period late 12th-14th cent The Muromachi Period The Momoyama Period The Edo Period to the Twentieth Century early 17th cent Early clay figurines were called dogu, which represented women. the next clay sculptures called haniwa, were erected outside of tombs. Japanese Art Tori Louie & Chris Lipski Some famous artist from the periods are:
Hokusai, Tatsuno Kingo, Jihe Ogawa, Sesshu Toyo, Unkei, Kose Kanaoka, Fujiwara Takanobu, Jōkei,
Kanō Mitsunobu, and alot others.