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AP® Art History Teaching Resources

East and Southeast Asia (other than China) 300 BCE to 1980 CE

Key Work of Art or Architecture

Related Content for Contextual Understanding

196. Gold and jade crown, Korea (5th to 6th c CE) Korea. Gold and Jade Crown. Silla Kingdom (24) Why Gold? Byzantium and Beyond (24)
197. Todai-ji, Japan (743 CE rebuilt c 1700) Japan. Todai-ji. Buddhist (24)
198. Borobudur Temple, Java (c 750 to 842 CE) Indonesia. Borobudur Temple. Sailendra Dynasty. Buddhist (24) Art & Architecture: Buddhist (33)
199. Angkor Wat, Cambodia (800 to 1400 CE)

Cambodia. Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. Angkor Dynasty. Hindu (39)

Cambodia. Drawings, Groundplans, Angkor Wat & Angkor Thom. Hindu (23)

Art & Architecture: Hinduism (24)

Comparison: The Taj Mahal & Angkor Wat (21)


203. Night Attack on the Sanjo Palace (c 1275 CE) Japan. Night Attack on the Sanjô Palace. Kamakura Period (20)

Battle Scenes through Time (23)

Narrative Art (28)

Art & Architecture of Imperial Japan (33)

205. Portrait of Sin Sukju, Korea (1417–1475) Korea. Portrait of Yakp'o. Joseon Dynasty (24) Portraiture: Power and Authority (35)
207. Ryoan-ji. Kyoto, Japan (c 1480 CE) Japan. Ryoan-ji. Kyoto. Muromachi Period (24)

Art & Architecture: Buddhist (33)

Art & Architecture of Imperial Japan (33)

210. White & Red Plum Blossoms, Korin (c 1715 CE) Ogata Kōrin. White and Red Plum Blossoms & Other Work. Japan (24) Landscape in Art: A Survey (24)
211. The Great Wave, Hokusai (c 1832 CE) Hokusai, Katsushika. Under the Wave off Kanagawa. Japan (23)

Prints in History: The Message of the Medium (23)

Influence & Inspiration in Ukiyo-E & Japonisme (24)

See Also

South, East, and Southeast Asia: An Overview (66)

Art & Architecture of Imperial Japan (33)

Art & Architecture: Hinduism (24)