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Lecture 39

ART HIS 42C Lecture Notes - Lecture 39: Acala, Kamakura Period, Heian Period

Art History
Course Code
Douglas Winther

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Professor Winther Tamaki
Art history department
Art History 42 C
Japanese Art History
Course Code 21020
Discussion code 21021
4 units
11:00 - 11:50 MWF
No Pre-Reqs
Location: HG1800
Fudo Myoo Heian Period, 9th C.
American museum
The flame behind him is gone
Fudo Myoo Kamakura Period, 13th C.
Pupils on their eye
Very carefully painted with colors
More realistic than the heian period
Aztec (Mexico), 1500, stone, red shell, obsidian
Head of a Guardian King, Kamakura Period, 13th C.
Very large head
Outside is harder to see as wood
Covered with cloth that is dipped with lacker
Given these wood sculptures, you can see a fancy crown with metal work
When you give a wooden figure, that intensify the illusion of realism
Aizen Myoo, Kamakura period, 14th C. H. 4 ½
The carver was looking at a document
Iconography was scared
The head is missing on the right hand
It does have the bow and arrow and relates to god of love in india
Private motive deity and different relationship of worship
Aizen Mandala, Late Heian Period, early 12th C.
People pray to this god between worshipper and deity
Seated Bodhisattva, Kamakura Period 14th C. H. 14
Doesn’t look much like a human being
Still looks like the wood that was carved
Tradition associated with historical buddha
Same wood made with ise shrine
Bodhisattva, Heian Period 12th C.
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