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ART HIS 42C Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Kuroda Seiki, Okakura Kakuzō, First Sino-Japanese War


Department
Art History
Course Code
ART HIS 42C
Professor
Douglas Winther
Chapter
3

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Austin Maldanado
Professor Winther Tamaki
Art History 42 C
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Terms to know:
National Industrial Exhibition
Cloisonne
Yoga - a style of paintings by japanese artists made in accordance with western
traditional conventions, techniques, and materials.
Kuroda Seiki
Nihonga - japanese paintings from about 1900 onwards that have been made in
accordance with traditonal japanese artistic conventions, techniques, and materials
Okakura Tenshin
Nude
Public Sculpture
Two Meiji wars
Sino-Japanese War
1894-1895
Treaty of Shimonoseki
Triple Intervention
Russo-Japanese War
1904 - 1905
Treaty of Portsmouth
Media
Woodblock prints
Oil paintings
Lithographs
Photographs
Genres
Heroes
Frontlines
Sea battles
Death
Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895)
This was the conflict between Japan and China in 189495 that marked the
emergence of Japan as a major world power and demonstrated the weakness of
the Chinese empire.
The Treaty of Shimonoseki was an agreement that concluded the first Sino-
Japanese War (1894–95), which ended in China’s defeat. China lost control of
Taiwan and recognise independence of Korea.
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