1160s in art
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|1150s . 1160s in art . 1170s|
The decade of the 1160s in art involved some significant events.
- 1166: Henry the Lion has the first bronze statue (a heraldic lion) north of the Alps erected at Dankwarderode Castle.
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- 1162: Fujiwara no Teika - Japanese poet, critic, calligrapher, novelist, anthologist, scribe, and scholar (died 1241)
- 1160-1165: Ma Yuan – Chinese landscape painter whose work formed the basis of the Ma-Xia school of painting (died 1225)