Spring 2010 not offered
Several of the primary traditions of East Asian painting are studied in this course, including Chinese landscape painting and Japanese works in the YAMATO-E style and the monochromatic ink painting associated with Zen Buddhism. The art will be discussed in terms of its historical, philosophical, and aesthetic significance.
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||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (ARST)(CEAS-MN)
Possible readings include:
M. Sullivan, SYMBOLS OF ETERNITY
J. Cahill, CHINESE PAINTING
T. Akiyama, JAPANESE PAINTING
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