Notes 2/19 ARH 254
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Melanie Viering on Friday February 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ARH 254 at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa taught by Cathy Pagani in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 106 views. For similar materials see ARH 254- Survey of Art III in Art History at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa.
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Date Created: 02/27/15
The Period of Disunion Tang Dynasty sites 1 Yuangang means cloud hill a considered to be oldest Buddhist site in China b no stupa inside c red cave paintingsculpture d in 494 capital of Northern Weix dynasty moved to Luoyang and caves at Yuangan abandoned 2 Longmen a active into modern time i wash clothes 3 Dunhuang a Sir Aurel Stein Indiana Jones sort of character i savior or thief b controversial site artifacts spread over world Preaching Buddha Dunhuang 5th century 0 like Colossal Buddha more harsh in style same century 0 wall painting not fresco Guardian Figure Dunhuang Tang Dynasty 0 abs of steel confidence 0 protects religion 0 painted sculpture clay Admonitions of the Instructress to the Palace Ladies attributed to Gu Kaizhi a Tang dynasty copy of a 4th5th century painting seals mean ownership tells Palace Ladies how to behave typical Confucian art people centered image with text didactic on good behavior Stone Sarcophougas 0 story of Pon Yuong on filial piety children respect parents 0 gave dad a burial by selling himself into a life of servitude then a weaving maiden helped him out for this great filial deed Song Dynasty Ceramics 0 classic shapes 0 stoneware bodies 0 muted glazes o rabbit s fur is the lines and streaks glaze pattern Types of ceramics 1 Jan ware fortea 2 Longquan ware 3 Junware a bluegreen to bright purple 4 Ru ware a the one we saw was in the shape of a lotus b produced in North China for imperialofficial use c often covered in fine crackle glaze 5 Guan ware a official ware b made in imperial kiln
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