Song Dynasty (960-1279 CE)Emperor Taizu (927-976 CE)
Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127 CE)                                                         Emperor Huizong   Auspicious C...
“The immortal birds, proclaiming good auspices, suddenly arrive in favorable response”                  Auspicious Cranes ...
Southern Song Dynasty (1128-1279 CE)
Crane Calling Over A Clear Stream by Ma He-Zhi (1131- 1189 CE)Southern Song Period, Ink on silk
Moonlight in Autumn by Ma He-Zhi (1131- 1189 CE)Northern Song Period, Silk Fan
Chan Buddhism                                   "If one achieves a genuine breakthrough,                                  ...
Princess Mononoke (1997)  Hayao Miyazaki (1941)                           Homeward Oxherds in Wind and Rain by Li Ti      ...
Homeward Oxherds in Wind and Rain by Li Ti12th century, Southern Song Period, Ink on silk
Japanese Sumi-eHappy Buddha by Sesshu (1420-1506)Ink on scroll                                     Night Café by Vincent V...
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  1. 1. Song Dynasty (960-1279 CE)Emperor Taizu (927-976 CE)
  2. 2. Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127 CE) Emperor Huizong Auspicious Cranes by Emperor Huizong (1082-1135 CE) Northern Song Dynasty, Ink and color on silk
  3. 3. “The immortal birds, proclaiming good auspices, suddenly arrive in favorable response” Auspicious Cranes by Emperor Huizong (1082-1135 CE) Northern Song Dynasty, Ink and color on silk
  4. 4. Southern Song Dynasty (1128-1279 CE)
  5. 5. Crane Calling Over A Clear Stream by Ma He-Zhi (1131- 1189 CE)Southern Song Period, Ink on silk
  6. 6. Moonlight in Autumn by Ma He-Zhi (1131- 1189 CE)Northern Song Period, Silk Fan
  7. 7. Chan Buddhism "If one achieves a genuine breakthrough, then [one realizes that] a Confucian is no different from a Buddhist, and a Buddhist is no different from a Confucian; a monk is no different from a layman, and a layman is no different from a monk; an ordinary man is no different from a sage, and a sage is no different from an ordinary man."Lacquer image of Bodhidharma,from the Hualin temple, SouthernChina Liang Kai (1140-1210)
  8. 8. Princess Mononoke (1997) Hayao Miyazaki (1941) Homeward Oxherds in Wind and Rain by Li Ti Southern Song Period
  9. 9. Homeward Oxherds in Wind and Rain by Li Ti12th century, Southern Song Period, Ink on silk
  10. 10. Japanese Sumi-eHappy Buddha by Sesshu (1420-1506)Ink on scroll Night Café by Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) Oil on Canvas

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