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  1. 1. Where? are portraits created
  2. 2. Japan
  3. 3. Hishikawa Moronobu, Beauty Looking Back, 17th Century his is a Japanese artwork from the Ukiyo-e genre. Ukiyo-e Is a genre of Japanese artworks. Ukiyo meaning floating world and the edition of the e meaning pictures of the floating world. Ukiyo-e prints and paintings were created between the 17th and 20th centuries.
  4. 4. Toshusai Sharaku, Otani Oniji II, 1794 This is another example of a Ukiyo-e artwork
  5. 5. Natori Shunsen, Portrait of the Actor Otani Tomoemon VI, Circa 1927 This is an example of a Ukiyo-e work created in a much later time period How do you think the work has changed over time?
  6. 6. China
  7. 7. Unknown artist, Portrait of Qin Shi Huang, date unknown Qin Shi Huang was the first emperor of China, and it is from his name that the name China originates. Qin Shi Huang ruled over the Chinese state of Qin from 246 BCE to 221 BCE, and was emperor of China until his death in 210 BCE
  8. 8. Unknown artist, Portrait of Genghis Khan, 14th Century Genghis Khan was the founder of the Mongol Empire, Which became the largest contiguous empire in history. Contiguous -next or together in sequence
  9. 9. Subsaharan Africa
  10. 10. Yoruba bronze head from the city of life, 12th Century Yoruba is the largest ethnic group in West Africa “African Art” typically shows a focus in three dimensional work rather than two dimensional Focus is in abstraction and stylization rather than realism
  11. 11. Female Mask, Okuyi or Mukudj Punu peoples, Gabon This mask portrays the Punu ideals of feminine beauty. elegant coiffure, rounded forehead, highly arched eyebrows, almond shaped eyes, narrow face, and small chin The sculptured line between the nose and ears on this mask represents an ornamental chain of jewelry.
  12. 12. Fang mask for magic ritual ceremony, 19th Century The wearer of this mask would forget themselves and take on the personality and actions of the person or spirit represented by the mask. Do you notice similarities in this mask and any other artist’s works we have seen?

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