Ceramics & History


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London, 2010. Wiinter.
Ceramics & History

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Ceramics & History

  1. 1. Ceramics & History 09 JihyunAhn , Seul Lee 10. Jungmin Park, Yongsuk Kim
  2. 2. Chapter 1 The similar form of porcelain Chapter 2 The trade & history of ceramics -Chinese & Japanese porcelain going to Europe -China Route -Porcelain from wars - East Asian ceramics Chapter 3 Excellence of East Asian ceramics Popularity of Chinese & Korean& Japanese porcelain Porcelains showing trade of Ceramics Chapter 4 -<The British Museum> -<Museum of London> -<Victoria & Albert Museum> Contents
  3. 3. The basic form of porcelain Similarity ↓ Upper part : Rounded shape Korea Turkey Spain The Netherlands Egypt Japan
  4. 4. Chinese porcelain going to Europe Made in ‘China’, Jingdezhen With ‘Iranian’ silver mounts Made for a ‘European’ The Peixoto Ewer Ming dynasty, 1522-66
  5. 5. Japanese porcelain go to Europe Similar to Chinese blue-and-white 17C, Fill a vacuum in porcelain market of China Double gourd-shaped bottle Aritaklins, about 1680
  6. 6. China Route ‘Silk road’ to ‘China Route’ China means ‘Porcelain’ Fascinated Europe .
  7. 7. Porcelain from wars 1.Imjin war(1592) 1) Alias ceramics war 2) Secure porcelain production skill 3) Decisive foundation in economic growth
  8. 8. Porcelain from wars 2. civil war of china 17C, war between Ming Dynasty and Chung Dynasty opportunity of Japan ceramics industry Fill a vacuum in China
  9. 9. Excellence of East Asian ceramics 1) Till 15th AC. only porcelain- producing district. 2) Perfectshape and pure color. ex) Jingdezhen 3) Only celadon -producing district. :China& Korea 4) Japanese porcelain: Origin of Meissen porcelain Porcelain of Jingdezhen
  10. 10. Popularity of East Asianporcelain China Korea Japan 1.Purity 2.Absence of the backing 3.Restraint of commerce 1.Fantasy of China 2.Symbol of Social Status 3. Economic Development 1. fungible goods of China 2. Japanesque 3. High quality porcelain; Kakiemon, Imari
  11. 11. Porcelains showing trade of Ceramics 1. <The British Museum> Famille rose teacup and saucer(aboutAD 1729~30) Porcelain made for the Dutch East India Company.
  12. 12. Porcelains showing trade of Ceramics 2. <Museum of London> Royal Crown Derby : Porcelains made for a royal family : Influenced by Japanese Imari ware. vase(1850) Derby
  13. 13. Porcelains showing trade of Ceramics 3. <Victoria & Albert Museum> With ‘Iranian’ silver mounts Decorated with Coat of arms of Europe The Peixoto Ewer, 1522-66
  14. 14. Porcelains showing trade of Ceramics 3. <Victoria & Albert Museum> Alternative expots of Chinese porcelain. Most powerful influences to European porcelain. The uniqueness of Aritaklins Japan, Aritaklins, about 1680
  15. 15. Thank You!