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China Japan and India Artwork


China, Japan and India's artwork and culture- it is to help my students prepare for a test.

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2.A piece of clothing that is also a work of art in Japan.
3.____________ architecture is a style that combines elements from Persian, Turkish, Indian, and Islamic architectural styles.
5.What was Kitagawa Utamaro’s main subject of his work?
6.Supreme god of Hinduism, incarnated on earth in nine forms, including Rama and Krishna- Who does this Describe?
8.Buddha represents a real person.
10.an act or instance of placing close together or side by side, esp. for comparison or contrast. 2.the state of being close together or side by side.
15.The first great Indian empire, the emperor __________ (c. 269-232 B.C.) set up monolithic columns all over India except the far south.
16.What was China’s National Religion?
19.From the Stone Age to our own age, peoples from the Americas, Asia, and Africa used art to articulate their _______________
21.The future Buddha.
23.Hindu god of destruction and regeneration.
24.________ Art was influenced by Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim and other faiths, developed refined and sophisticated courtly arts that narrated the lives of the aristocracy.
27.The stick figures on bells and the murals inside tombs are considered to be the earliest forms of Japanese _______________.
28.What Dynasty is this statement true of: Landscape paintings continued to be popular but took a new form: hazy images of mountain peaks, trees and rocks executed as ink drawings.
30.What period are Ukiyo-e prints from?
31.Was built under Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in honor of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal
32.________________ art starts simple, almost abstract.
33.What Chinese religious belief was derived from the teachings of Low-tzu of the 6th century B.C.?
1.was formulated and advocated a code of social and moral order.
4.Friendly Elephant God.
7.The Great art of the Heian Period in the 11th century is called __________.
9.Pots with patterned indentations from cords have been found in Japan and date from what period?
11.What dynasty stretched throughout the years 618 – 907 A.D.?
12.Bronze mirrors and clay sculptures, which were placed outside of tombs, and murals decorating the inside of the tombs are contributions from the _______ period
13.A different immigrant people, made copper weapons, bronze bells with stick figures drawn on them and kiln-fired ceramics.
14.What did Islamic Artwork feature as its main subject matter?
17.Government by the best individuals or by a small privileged class.
18.A State of supreme liberation or bliss in both Hindu and Buddhist religions, in which the soul is released from the eternal cycle of death and rebirth.
20.During the Muromachi and Momoyama Periods what type of art was very prominent?
22.The ________ period saw the rise of both the Samurai way of life and the spread of Zen Buddhism, Japanese calligraphic artists mastered a style of landscape painting that combined large monochrome expanses punctuated by simple ink brushstrokes that schematically indicated mountains, trees and figures.
25.What Religious figure is consistant throughout China, Japan, and India?
26.What religion originated with the teachings of the prophet Mohammad?
29.Hindu fertility goddess, often shown in many armed, militant form.

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