H 1148 Art
PATTERNS: Art, Italian; Art, Chinese; Art, Japanese; Art, Korean
TYPES OF HEADINGS COVERED BY THE PATTERN: Headings for individual art forms in the fine arts as well as art and art forms qualified by nationality, region, ethnic group, or time period. Examples: Drawing; Art, French; Painting, German; Iron sculpture, Japanese; Sculpture, Southeast Asian; Arts, Maori; Hispanic American art; Landscape painting, Medieval; Sculpture, Modern. The category does not include the heading Art, headings qualified by religion, nor headings for the decorative arts, performing arts, or architecture. Unqualified headings for art forms, such as Drawing, and headings for art forms qualified by time period, such as Sculpture, Modern, are not covered by the lists of period subdivisions.
CONFLICTS: Any subdivision listed here can be used as a free-floating subdivision under any heading belonging to the category if it is appropriate and no conflict exists in the subject authority file. Subject authority records may exist for headings employing variant phrases or subdivisions equivalent to subdivisions on this list.
If an exceptional variant form is to be retained, make a UF reference from the equivalent free-floating subdivision form following the procedures in H 195 if the reference does not yet exist. Otherwise, submit a proposal to change the variant form along with all bibliographic records requiring correction following the procedures in H 193.
NEW SUBDIVISIONS: Establish new subdivisions under Art, Italian whenever possible. Establish subdivisions appropriate only to the art of China, Japan, or Korea under Art, Chinese; Art, Japanese; or Art, Korean.
1. General. Subdivisions in this list are established under Art, Italian and may be used under headings for art and art forms of all nations, regions, and ethnic groups except those headings for art and art forms of China, Japan, and Korea. If there are specific headings where these subdivisions are not appropriate, establish the appropriate subdivision under the specific heading.
2. Chinese art. Use the period subdivisions listed below under headings for art forms qualified by the adjective Chinese.
$y Qin-Han dynasties, 221 B.C.-220 A.D.
$y Three kingdoms-Sui dynasty, 220-618
$y Tang-Five dynasties, 618-960
$y Song-Yuan dynasties, 960-1368
$y Ming-Qing dynasties, 1368-1912
$y 20th century
$y 21st century
3. Japanese art. Use the period subdivisions listed below under headings for art forms qualified by the adjective Japanese.
$y To 1600
$y To 1868
$y Heian period, 794-1185
$y Kamakura-Momoyama periods, 1185-1600
$y Edo period, 1600-1868
$y 19th century
$y Meiji period, 1868-1912
$y 20th century
$y Taishō period, 1912-1926
$y 21st century
4. Korean art. Use the period subdivisions listed below under headings for art forms qualified by the adjective Korean.
TOPICAL AND FORM SUBDIVISIONS:
This list of subdivisions provides free-floating subdivisions used specifically for art headings. Additional subdivisions may be used from the general list of free-floating subdivisions in H 1095. These subdivisions may be used following free-floating or established period subdivisions, except as noted below.
Note: Form subdivisions coded $v in this list may also be used as topical subdivisions coded $x when assigned to works about the form (see H 1075, sec. 1.d.).