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Category:Art of Japan by period

Jōmon (a.12,000BC–a.300BC) | Yayoi (a.300BC–a.400AD) | Kofun (a.400–592) | Asuka (592–710) | Nara (710–794) | Heian (794–1185) | Kamakura (1185–1333) | Muromachi (1336–1573) | Azuchi-Momoyama (1573–1603) | Edo (1603–1868) | Modern (1868– )

The history of art in Japan can be divided into the following periods:

  • Jōmon period: c. 11,000–400 B.C.E.
  • Yayoi period: c. 400 B.C.E.–300 C.E.
  • Kofun period: 300–538 C.E.
  • Asuka period: 538–710 C.E.
  • Nara period: 710–794
  • Heian period: 794–1185
  • Kamakura period: 1185–1333
  • Muromachi period: 1333–1573
    • Nambokucho period: 1333–1392
  • Azuchi-Momoyama period: 1573–1603
  • Edo period: 1603–1868
    • Kan'ei era: 1624–1644
  • Modern period: 1868–present
    • Prewar period: 1868–1945
      • Meiji era: 1868–1912
      • Taishō era: 1912–1926
    • Shōwa era: 1926–1989
    • Postwar period: 1945–present

ReferencesEdit

  • Mason, Penelope (2005). History of Japanese Art. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson/Prentice Hall.

Subcategories

This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total.

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