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Asian Art 5a. Early Tomb Art in Korea and Japan

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Questions

Answer ANY TWO of the following questions:

  1. List 2 differences between the dotaku bells and Marquis Yi’s chime bells.
  2. List 2 differences between the haniwa figures and the First Emperor’s terracotta army.
  3. Would you say that early Chinese art largely inspired/influenced the creation of Korean and Japanese art? Use 1 example from the key works we have learned so far to demonstrate your point.

Reading Assignment

Required

  • Lee, pp. 72-78, sections on “Korea” and “Japan”
  • Neave, pp. 284-287

Recommended

Key Works

Crown

Gold and jade; h. 27.3 cm

Hwangnamdaechong Tomb, Hwangnam-dong, Gyeongju, Korea

Three Kingdom period, Silla kingdom, 5th cent.

Gyeongju National Museum, Korea

Dotaku

Bronze; h. 16 1/2″ (41.9 cm)

Yayoi period

Tokyo National Museum

Haniwa warrior

Terracotta; h. 25″ (63.5 cm)

Excavated in Kamichujo, Kumagaya-city, Saitama Prefecture, Japan

Kofun period, 6th cent.

Tokyo National Museum

Haniwa shrine maiden

Terracotta; h. 29 4/5″ (75.8 cm)

Excavated in Kokai, Oizumi-town, Gunma Prefecture, Japan

Kofun period, 6th cent.

Tokyo National Museum

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