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Each question should be approximately 2- 2 1⁄2 pages in length (Times New Roman, double-spaced).
1.Using Bradley K. Hawkins “Chan Buddhism” and Helmut Brinker “Zen Iconography: Themes and Genres,” discuss the following: What is Chan (Zen)? Who was Bodhidharma? How and why are subjects that are central to this school of Buddhist most often depicted in Chan painting (please discuss typical painting style, technique, and materials)?
2. What are some of the key features (and their associated symbolic meanings) and typical layout of Chinese scholars’ gardens? What were these gardens used for? Your answers should relate to David Ake Sensibaugh’s essay, “A Few Rocks Can Stir the Emotions: Chinese Gardens and Scholars” and Kristen Chiem’s video, “Master of the (Fishing) Nets Garden”: https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/art-asia/imperial-china/song-dynasty/v/nets-garden