Arts of Japan: Ancient and Contemporary

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What is one of the characteristic features of ukiyo-e prints?

Which art style thrived in Japan from the 17th through 19th centuries?

What is the dominant characteristic that continued to define ukiyo-e prints even after the use of color?

Which art medium is NOT traditionally associated with Japanese art?

What type of scenes were often depicted in ukiyo-e prints?

Which of the following is a common characteristic of Japanese ukiyo-e prints?

What is the main characteristic of Sumizuri-e?

Which type of origami requires inflation to complete or uses the kinetic energy of a person’s hands?

What is the purpose of urushi-e?

Which type of prints used a single color in addition to, or instead of, black ink?

What is the aesthetic of flat areas of color contrasted with in Western traditions?

What is the main characteristic of Nishiki-e?

What is the goal of origami?

What does Tan-e refer to?

'The floating world' referred to what during the Edo period in Japan?

Which type of prints used red ink details or highlights added by hand after the printing process?

What is the purpose of Korean masks in ritual dances and theatrical plays?

Which of the following is a regional term that refers to dances of Hwanghae province in North Korea?

What themes are depicted in Sandae noli, the Korean dances?

What is the main purpose of Korean masks in war?

What freedom did the masks offer for performers in Korea?

What do Korean masks allow performers to do during ritual dances and theatrical plays?

What are the basic tools in calligraphy?

What are Chinese characters adapted to and incorporated into Korean language?

What is a Korean dance performed while wearing a mask, miming, speaking, and even sometimes singing?

Give the two types of Korean calligraphy.

What do you call the Korean dances from the Seoul or Gyeonggi province?

What is the dominant characteristic that continued to define ukiyo-e prints even after the use of color?

'The floating world' referred to what during the Edo period in Japan?

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Explore the diverse art styles and media of Japanese art, including ancient pottery, sculpture, ink painting, calligraphy, ukiyo-e paintings, woodblock prints, kirigami, and origami. Learn about the characteristics and development of Ukiyo-e and the different types of origami.

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