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HSAR 815 01 (22619)  
Momoyama Art in World Perspective
Mimi Yiengpruksawan
W 1.30-3.20 LORIA 259
Spring 2017 
 
Exploration of art practices in the time of Nobunaga and Hideyoshi, with emphasis on cross-cultural entanglements in the sixteenth century and the optics of the bizarre at the threshold of the early modern world. Coverage includes castle architecture and decoration, the intersection of European and Japanese pictorial modes and painting practices, Christian art in Japan, the tea ceremony and wabi taste, genre painting such as map screens and city views, and the oceanic motif in visual cultures of the early modern period.