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  2. 2. OBJECTIVES • Identify the characteristics of arts and rafts found in China, Japan, and Korea • Reflect on and derive the mood, idea, or message emanating from paintings, paper artworks, face painting and architecture of China, Japan, and Korea by comparing their similarities and differences
  3. 3. CHINA
  4. 4. PAINTIN G In East Asia, the objects or items that are usually put into paintings are called Subjects, Themes or
  5. 5. Painting Subjects or Themes 1. flowers and birds 2. landscapes 3. palaces and temples 4. human figures 5. animals 6. bamboos and stones
  6. 6. Important Aspects •Landscape Painting- was regarded as the highest form of Chinese painting •Silk- used as a medium to paint
  7. 7. •Heaven, Earth and Humankind (Yin-Yang) -are the three concepts -understanding the pattern of nature and living in accordance with it
  8. 8. Yin-Yang
  9. 9. Calligraphy
  10. 10. Calligraphy •Is the art of beautiful handwriting. •Is done with a brush dipped in black or colored ink
  11. 11. Roofs in Traditional Chinese Architecture
  12. 12. Peking Opera Face Painting
  13. 13. •Peking Opera Face Painting- is also known as Jingju Lianpu
  14. 14. Meaning of Colors in Face Painting
  15. 15. Note: Gold and Silver are usually used for gods and spirits
  16. 16. JAPAN
  17. 17. Painting -is considered as one of the oldest and most highly refined among the arts of Japan
  18. 18. Painting Subjects or Themes 1.Scenes form everyday life 2.Narrative scenes crowded with figures and details
  19. 19. Woodblock Printing
  20. 20. Woodblock Printing •is a technique for printing text, images, or patterns used widely throughout East Asia. •it originated in China and was adapted in Japan during Edo period (1603-1867)
  21. 21. Ukiyo-e •the best known and most popular style of Japanese art •“pictures of the floating world”
  22. 22. Kabuki Makeup of Japan
  23. 23. Kabuki Makeup or kesho 2 types: 1. standard makeup- applied to most actors 2. kumadori makeup- applied to villains and heroes
  24. 24. Meaning of Color in Makeup • Dark Red- passion or anger • Dark Blue- depression or sadness • Pink- youth • Light Green- calm • Black- fear • Purple- nobility
  25. 25. Origami “ori”- folding “kami”- paper -Japanese art of paper folding -17th century AD
  26. 26. Calligraphy
  27. 27. KOREA
  28. 28. Koryo Period -the era in Korean paintings that offers the richest variety and are the styles most imitated today Joseon Period -arts and crafts flourished during this period
  29. 29. Painting Subjects or Themes 1.Landscape paintings 2.Minhwa (traditional folk painting) 3.Four gracious plants 4.Bamboo 5.Portraits
  30. 30. Mountain and Water -are important features in Korean landscape painting
  31. 31. Korean Masks - or “tal” - Funeral services - Theater plays - Shamanistic rites
  32. 32. The Roles of Colors in Masks 1. Black, Red, and White masks- - bright and vibrant colors that help establish the age and race of the figure
  33. 33. 2. Half Red and Half White mask- - symbolize the idea that the wearer has two fathers, Mr. Red and Mr. White
  34. 34. 3. Dark-faced mask - indicates that the character was born of an adulterous mother
  35. 35. Calligraphy
  36. 36. Summary • Nature has always been regarded as an element of utmost importance • Japanese painting and printmaking depicts scenes from everyday life • Landscape painting is regarded as the highest form of painting in China
  37. 37. • The invention of paper in China led to the development of a more economical medium of painting and was instrumental in the development of an aircraft by the Wright brothers • Face painting is used in Japan and China, while mask painting is in Korea
  38. 38. •The makeup and perfume worn throughout performances were highly significant to the stories that were being told
  39. 39. END!