The History of Japanese Art
Japan was isolated from the Western world between the 17th to the mid-19th Century. The isolation led to a distinct and unique culture with Chinese influence. When Japan finally opened its doors to the western world in the 19th Century, its art became a sensation in Europe and America and was the key factor in the development of the arts in the Western Culture.
Japanese culture has strong ties with the physical environment. This has developed over the centuries due to the climatic differences and seismic activity which has played a very prominent role in the beauty of the land. (Bru, 2017)
Japanese Visual Arts
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