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Unformatted text preview: terms: *yamato-e (Japanese painting) *emaki (illustrated handscroll) kana kanji onna-e (feminine painting): Genji style otoko-e (masculine painting): Shigisan style hikime-kagihana : dash for eye, hook for nose fukinuki-yatai : blown away roof tsukuri-e : built up pictures The Tale of Genji by Lady Murasaki, ca. 1100. Genji-monogatari-emaki (Illustrated Scroll of the Tale of Genji), e. 12th c. LEE 443, CP 33. Shigisan-engi-emaki (Origin of the Temple on Mount Shigi), mid-12th c. Hungry Ghosts , late 12th c., Lee 450; Illnesses , Lee 451; and Hell Scene , Lee 453. VI. THE ART OF PURE LAND BUDDHISM IN THE HEIAN PERIOD Phoenix Hall (Hoo-do) of the Byodo-in at Uji (near Kyoto), 1053. LEE 434 Amida , wooden sculpture by Jocho. LEE 436-437 Descent of Amida with Divine Attendants , Mount Koya (formerly at Mt. Hiei), triptych, early 12th century. LEE 432 Nirvana of the Buddha , Kongobu-ji, Mount Koya, dated 1086. LEE CP 31, 429....
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course VIS 21b taught by Professor Chien during the Winter '10 term at UCSD.
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