- Japanese painting
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Earlier Established Forms
- found: Hajime. Hajime, 2009: CIP data view (Japan's traditional nihonga style of painting) galley (the term nihonga (literally, "Japanese painting") refers to modern-period Japanese painting which employs traditional materials and techniques; term became prevalent after the 1880s to distinguish contemporary traditional art practices from yoga, Western-influenced Japanese painting done primarily in oil; nihonga medium consists of finely ground materials suspended in an animal glue binder)
- found: Britannica online, Feb. 5, 2009 (under Japanese visual arts/Modern period/Japanese-style painting: the nihonga ("Japanese painting") movement, in which traditional Japanese pigments were used but with a thematic repertoire much expanded)
- found: Oxford art online, Feb. 5, 2009 (under Japan/Modern painting: Nihonga; the term nihonga (Japanese-style painting) came into common use during the second decade of the Meiji period (1868-1912) in order to distinguish modern Japanese-style painting from Yōga and from Yamatoe, the older, traditional style of Japanese painting; characterized by the use of traditional materials and techniques; binder was nikawa, a glue made from animal bone and skin)
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2010-02-02: revised
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