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Paralel cu “Scoala Kano”, aproape in aceeasi perioada, se dezvolta o alta scoala de pictura japoneza numita “Scoala Tosa”. Numele scolii, ca si in cazul Kano, este o preluare a numelui fondatorilor. Scoala Tosa a fost mult mai ancorata in traditiile japoneze decat Scoala Kano, care a folosit tematica si tehnica  chineza ca model. “Scoala Tosa” apare in secolul al XV-lea, fondata de Tosa Yukihiro si consacrata putin mai tarziu de Tosa Mitsunobu.

Bineinteles ca pana la urma si Tano aveau la baza un suport chinez, mult mai vechi insa si deja asimilat in cultura japoneza, in contrast cu Kano, care se foloseau de  arta chineza contemporana lor. Stilul Tosa s-a dezvoltat folosind “povestea” ca desfasurator al temei picturii. Tosa au povestit legende desenandu-le sau picatandu-le. Stilul si tehnica  de a picta in acest fel s-a numit yamato-e  si erau bazate pe traditii chineze mult mai timpurii, deja asimilate in cultura japoneza.

Eng. The Tosa school of Japanese painting was founded in the 15th century, and was devoted to yamato-e, which are paintings specializing in subject matter and techniques derived from ancient Japanese art (actually, old chinese painting), as opposed to schools influenced by recent Chinese art. The origins of this school of painting can be traced to Tosa Yukihiro, who first used the professional name of Tosa in the early fifteenth century. Later, the school was formally founded by Tosa Mitsunobu (1434–1525), and he served as official painter at the imperial court, specializing in courtly subjects painted in the yamato-e style.

Daca yamato-e avea la baza  pictura (chineza)  Tang (618–907), cealalta scoala, Kano, folosea ca baza de plecare kara-e, de fapt pictura chineza mult mai recenta si apropiata (deci moderna) din punctul lor de vedere, a dinastiilor chineze Song (960–1279) si Yuan (1271–1368). Deci influenta chineza exista – una asimilata  si sincretica in arta japoneza, yamato-e  si a doua kara-e, de fapt moderna (la timpul respectiv)  si cosmopolita.

Eng. Yamato-e  is a style of Japanese painting inspired by Tang Dynasty paintings and developed in the late Heian period. It is considered the classical Japanese style. From the Muromachi period (15th century), the term Yamato-e has been used to distinguish work from contemporary Chinese style paintings (Kara-e), which were inspired by Song and Yuan era paintings.

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