Asian art and culture

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Canta, Marilyn
Other Authors: Dela Paz, Cecilia S., Fajardo, Brenda V., Vito, Leon M., Singson, Manuel Agustin Z.
Resource Type: Book
Language:English
Published: Mandaluyong City Anvil Pub. c2012.
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • 1. India
  • Introduction
  • Aesthetics
  • Architecture and the visual arts
  • Buddhist art
  • Hindu art
  • Muslim art
  • Art under the Raj
  • Traditional art
  • Performing arts
  • Bharatanatyan
  • Kathak
  • Ramlila
  • Indian cinema : Satjayit Ray
  • Art and society
  • Warli painting
  • Cashmere shawls
  • Filimi music
  • Contemporary Indian art
  • Suggested related activities
  • 2. China
  • Introduction
  • The nature of art
  • Confucianism
  • Taoism
  • Chan Buddhist
  • Imagery and motifs
  • Visual arts and architecture and funerary art
  • Landscape / Calligraphy
  • Performing arts
  • Beijing opera
  • Martial arts
  • Tai chi
  • Contemporary art
  • Chinese cinema
  • Suggested related activities
  • 3. Japan
  • Introduction
  • Shinto
  • Buddhist
  • Visual arts and architecture
  • Painting
  • Woodblock printing
  • Architecture
  • Gardens
  • Performing arts
  • Theater
  • Cinema : Akira Kurosawa
  • Art and society
  • Ikebana
  • Bonsai
  • Pottery
  • Kimono
  • 4. Korea
  • Introduction
  • Shamanism
  • Buddhism
  • Neo- Confucianism
  • Visual arts and architecture
  • Pottery tradition
  • Charms and amulets
  • Sculpture : guardian deities
  • Architecture
  • Performing arts
  • Shaman ceremonies
  • Contemporary Korean art
  • Suggested related activities
  • 5. The nature of Southeast Asian art
  • Introduction
  • Ban Chiang
  • Dong Son
  • Monumental art by areas
  • Cambodia
  • Angkor Wat
  • Thailand
  • Khmer influence in Thailand
  • Sukothai kingdom
  • Myanmar (Burma)
  • Malaysia and Singapore
  • Indonesia
  • Srivijayan kingdom
  • Central Javanese period
  • Borobudur
  • Prambanan
  • East Javanese period
  • Islam and Java
  • Hinduism in Bali
  • Temples
  • People's art
  • Introduction
  • Textiles
  • Batik
  • Plangi (tie-dye)
  • Embroidery and Applique
  • Weaving
  • Basketry : plaiting, twining, and coiling
  • Bamboo and lacquer
  • Carving : wood, stone and ivory
  • Pottery
  • Terra cotta : earthenware sculpture
  • Metal working
  • Cire- perdue or lost wax process
  • Gold and silversmithing
  • Mask and puppets
  • Wayang : shadow play
  • Dance
  • Contemporary Southeast Asian art
  • Suggested related activities.