History of Japanese art
Within the scope of this comprehensive survey are the painting, sculpture, architecture, and ceramics of Japan and their social, political, religious, and intellectual contexts - an ambitious undertaking, admirably accomplished. Clear, smooth writing draws beginning students of Japanese art and culture gracefully through dense amounts of information.
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The Jomon Period c 11 000400 b c e
The Yayoi Period c 400 b CE 300 c E
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