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Título: JAPAN IN THE SPANISH EMPIRE CIRCULATION OF WORKS OF ART AND IMAGININGS OF CIPANGO IN METROPOLITAN SPAIN AND THE AMERICAN VICEROYALTIES
Palabras clave: Historia
Art
Spanish Empire
Japan
New Spain
Editorial: Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Descripción: This study will cover, in general, the reception and presence of Japanese cul- ture through art in the Spanish Empire, both on the Iberin Peninsula and in the American viceroyalties, especially the Viceroyalty of New Spain, which had con- tinuous exchanges with the Pacific via the Manila Galleon. The trade in and impact of Japanese art on very diverse types of crafts, such as folding screens, lacquer ware and ceramics will be traced. The essay will also cover the iconography of the evangelisa- tion of Japan in Hispano-American art in pictorial themes involving the martyrdom of Jesuit and Franciscan missionaries.
Other Identifiers: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=36129851008
Aparece en las Colecciones:Bulletin of Portuguese - Japanese Studies

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