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ARCHITECTURE VISUALS 6
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DAIMYO AND ARCHITECTURE
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Painting by Sotatsu, calligraphy by Koetsu. Gold and silver on paper.
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See LaPlante 26.10.
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Matsushima screen folded out and showing the joints
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Screen pair by Ogata Korin. See LaPlante 26.12.
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Sotatsu’s “Gods of Wind and of Thunder. “ See LaPlante 26.11. Sotatsu, Koetsu, and Korin’s were merchant class people but their work appealed to courtly as will as samurai tastes and they were accepted across society. Sotatsu trained in the Kano school but later established his own school whose work was appreciated by the court, samurai and other classes.
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“Pine Tree in Snow,” by Maruyama Okyo. Color and gold leaf on paper. See LaPlante 26.18.
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Nijo Castle, left is the hon maru or original main compound. At right is the Ni no maru compound showing the shoin style layout of staggered buildings rather than the more traditional use of the U form. 26.20
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Ni no Maru compound, again with the shoin style of staggered buildings. From right to left,
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HUM 240 taught by Professor Francescalawson during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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