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Unformatted text preview: rocana Buddha and Attendants (right) Empress Wuzitian Empress Wu Zitian …this image was conceived of …this Boddhisattva image as quite thin… was conceived of as quite thin… In this period, the body is In this period of the Six conceived of as rather Dynasties, the body is columnar. conceived of as rather columnar. The images shown (left and right) depict two separate images of an 11headed Guanyin. The image on the left represents the White‐Robed Guanyin as a woman. The image on the right represents Guanyin as a man. …and attain nirvana or …and attain enlightenment, enlightenment, or full or full understanding of the understanding of the world and world and of the self, and Module 6 Module 8 Module 9 Module 10 Module 13 of the self. …using the name Hinayana Buddhism, or “lesser vehicle.” …teaching at The First Sermon… dyhana consequently, nirvana. … terming Theravada Buddhism “Hinayana Buddhism,” or “lesser vehicle.” …teaching the First Sermon… dhyana dhyana, Chan, Zen, 禪
Mu Qi’s Six Persimmons is an example of art made for Meditational (Chan) Buddhism. Module 15 …total asceticism… …total privation… Module 25 Circumambulation: devotes can circumambulate around the interior of the temple. Module 27 Image on left: Nanchan Temple Image on left: Toshodaoji, founded 759, Nara, Japan. Module 29 The pagoda form in China was The pagoda form in China adapted from the watchtower… was adapted from the indigenous watchtower form blended with the forms of Hindu temple towers. Module 31, 32 The Great Gander Pagoda was erected to honor the Chinese monk Xuanzang (born 602), who went to India to collect Buddhist sutras, and brought them back to China. The emperor had the pagoda built to honor him and to store the precious sutras inside. Module 36 …would scene be represented… …would this scene be represented… This is a historical event. The next scene is a historical event. Module 38 We encountered it before… Wu encountered the Six Dynasties Period before… Modules 39, Attributed to Gu Kaizhi Anonymous copy after Gu 40, Kaizhi of the Six Dynasties made in the Tang Dynasty. Module 44 …because the body type, the … because the body type, the female body ideal type… Module 47 Fan Kuan probably painted professionally. Module 49 Module 50 Module 63 goa yuan This would not have been original with the artist. Module 67 Right slide: Zhang Zeduan Module 69 Ching‐Ming Festival Module 75 So you can see has You go… Module 81 Cun (Ts’un) shaped vase …a vase made in the shape of a ritual vessel, a cun. …the green would refer to the bronze color, and the shape would refer also to bronze vessels, ritual court vessels. Module 82 Gu (ku) vase female and male body ideal type… Fan Kuan may have painted professionally, but it is more likely that he did not. Instead, he is believed to have roamed the hills, studying the natural world and translating what he saw around him into his paintings. gao yuan mountain, shan 山
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