Chapter 25 – Chinese and Korean Art after 1279

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The three beliefs that are reflected in Chinese art are
Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism
Following the Mongol invasions, Chinese intellectuals and artist focused on
qualities that constituted “chinese-ness”
The dynasty during which China’s art emphasizes sophisticated refinement is the
Song Dynasty
This genre dominates Song Dynasty art.
How is Chinese art transformed after the Mongol invasion during the Yuan dynasty?
it promotes Chinese traditions
The trio of accomplishments suited to members of the cultural elite included
calligraphy, poetry, and painting
Literati painting is characterized by
little or no color
Which answer correctly describes the “chinese-ness” that affected are, as described by your text?
subtlety and intellectual profundity
Most literati painters show their interest in Daoism by
retreating from society
What characterizes Chinese painting during the Ming Dynasty?
disjunction between court and literati painting styles
What characterizes Chinese architecture during the Ming Dynasty?
clarity, symmetry, and balance
The Ming Dynasty is characterized by
large, detailed painting
The plan for the Forbidden City symbolize
the cosmic order maintained by the emperor
Dong Qichang’s Ming Dynasty painting is best described as
How did the literati panting change in the Qing period?
it becomes the imperial style
Individualist painting communicates
Artistic training changes in China in the early twentieth century when artists
travel to japan and Europe
What tradition endures in the work of Wu Guanzhong
the personal rendering of nature
After the establishment of the Communist government in 1949, threats are
pressed into the service of the state
Korean buncheong ceramics are characterized by
spontaneous designs in brown glaze
The most characteristic ceramic vessel shape of the later Joseon period had a
slender base, bulging shoulder, and short, vertical neck
An Gyeon’s Dreamy Journey to the Peach Blossom Land represents “a utopia secluded from the world.” Based on this description, which type of Chinese painting influenced this Joseon image?
Which term best describes the Korean silhak movement?
Korean art experiences little outside influence in the twentieth century due to
What is the writing on a Chinese handscroll or hanging scroll?
inscription relating and to the image and its ownership
How does viewing Chinese hanging scrolls and handscrolls differ?
The hanging scroll is meant to been seen all at ounce
One of Ni Zan’s painting legacies was
the dry brush technique
The painting style of a literati work is thought to represent the artist’s
The Ming Dynasty Garden of the Cessation of Official Life embodies the literati’s celebration of
retreat from the world
Dragons appear in Chinese art as symbols of
nature or rulers
The dominating feature of the Forbidden City’s plan is the
central axis
The emperor’s throne was located in the Forbidden City’s Hall of
Supreme Harmony
The Ming dynasty became famous the world over for its
How may the Ming Dynasty Hundreds of Birds Admiring the Peacocks refer to politics?
The peacocks may represent the court
What is the relationship between Chinese orthodox and literati painting in the Qing Dynasty
literati paintings becomes orthodox when it is accepted in court
Wu Guanzhong’s work, with witch he emerged as a leader in Chinese painting in the 1980s,
combines his French artistic training with his Chinese background
In the eighteenth century, a truly Korean style painting emerged called
the silhak movement
What is uniquely Korean about the silhak movement?
Joseon period Korean art exhibits limited foreign influence due to
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