Azuchi-Momoyama Period | Japanese Art History

This video covers the art history of Japan's Azuchi-Momoyama Period and Early Edo period. Highlights include the Blue and Gold Style and Monochromatic Style paintings and the Kano school of painting. PREV PART: Muromachi Period https://youtu.be/ChgqfX5duWY?list=PL5P9k3ykmuk67bPn0DL1RV5KbGvUZnM1f This video is a part of Japanese Art History Series by Little Art Talks. Hope you enjoyed it and learned something new. Keep watching more videos in this series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5P9k3ykmuk67bPn0DL1RV5KbGvUZnM1f Further Reading & Sources: History of Japanese Art by Penelope Mason Japanese Art by Joan Stanley-Baker Mentioned: Palace-Castles Shoin Katsura Imperial Villa Rakuchu Rakugai Funaki Set Namban Screens Blue and Gold Style Monochromatic Style Kano School Kano Eitoku, Jukoin fusuma Kano Eitoku, Cypress Kano Mitsunobu, Flowers and Birds of the Four Seasons Kangakuin, Onjoji Kano Sanraku, Genji Monogatari - The Carriage Fight Hasegawa Tohaku, Monkey Reaching for the Moon Hasegawa Tohaku, Shounji, Maple Tree Hasegawa Tohaku, Pine Forest Tawaraya Sotatsu Hon'ami (Honami) Koetsu Shin kokinshu Raijin, Gold of Thunder, and Fuujin, God of Wind ------ Support Little Art Talks on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LittleArtTalks


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