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Also nankin busshi or nankyou busshi 싞t, yamashinadera busshi RKt, otera busshi 䎛t. A group of Buddhist sculptors *busshi t working in Nara that descended from sculptors Raijo and Koujo N, founders of the Koufukuji workshop *bussho in the late 11c. Records name six generations of sculptors dating back to Joucou 蒩 (?-1057), followed by Kakujo o, Raijo, Koujo, and Jouchou . In the late 12c the Koufukuji workshop became well-known for the influential sculptors Koukei Nc, Unkei ^c (?-1223) and Kaikei c, whose school became known as *Keiha ch. Exposure to ancient (6-8c) works and other elements of Chinese art are said to have given nara busshi a style distinct from Kyoto sculptors *kyouto busshi st. This formed the basis of the Keiha style in the Kamakura period, kamakura shin'you qVl. After the late 14c, nara busshi, including the Keiha, were called *nanto busshi st.
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