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  1. 1. Influenceof Asian Art on Philippine Art and Culture
  2. 2. silk ceramics spices iron
  3. 3. The trading and cultural contact already existed between Philippines and its Southeast Asian neighbors. The trading was believed that the Chinese junk-typed boats had carried it.
  4. 4. Vietnamese Ceramics
  5. 5. • Much of Vietnamese pottery and ceramics after the Chinese-domination era was largely influenced by Chinese ceramics, but has developed over time to be distinctly Vietnamese. Vietnamese potters combined indigenous and Chinese elements. • Vietnamese pottery and ceramics were an essential part of the trade between Vietnam and its neighbors during feudalistic times, throughout many dynasties.
  6. 6. Chinese pottery and Porcelain
  7. 7. • the Chinese can claim the world's longest and foremost ceramic tradition. • Pottery was valued in the Far East as elsewhere for its utility and relative affordability.
  8. 8. Japanese pottery and Porcelain
  9. 9. • Japanese pottery and porcelain was often influenced by the Chinese and Korean. Japan transformed and translated the Chinese and Korean prototypes into a uniquely Japanese creation, and the result was distinctly Japanese in character.
  10. 10. Indian pottery and Porcelain
  11. 11. • India has a great and ancient tradition of pottery making. The origin of pottery in India can be traced back to the neolithic age, with coarse handmade pottery - bowls, jars, vessels - in various colors such as red, orange, brown, black and cream. The real beginning of Indian pottery is with the Indus Valley Civilization
  12. 12. These are found in the different parts of the Philippines: • Blue-and-white porcelain • Celadon plates • Saucers • Bowls • Cups • bottles
  13. 13. • Containers • Earthenware pots • Cooking stoves • Stoneware jars
  14. 14. Pandanan Island Wreck Site  yielded well-preserved remains of a wooden ship with a cargo of Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese ceremonies. They found blue-and-white porcelain, celadon plates, metal artifacts, bronze gongs, weighing scale, two small canons, and some Chinese coins.
  15. 15. Pandanan Island Wreck Site
  16. 16. • From around the 14th century, it was believed that roughly 70- 75 percent of the ceramics discovered in the Philippines are Chinese while some 22-25 percent are Thai and 5.8 percent Vietnamese.
  17. 17. Burial Jars • These have been found in association with Chinese trade pottery of the Song dynasty and the Yuan dynasty. • The tradition of burying bones in jars and hiding jars in caves.
  18. 18. Pottery Stove
  19. 19. Burial Jars
  20. 20. • Philippine art is essentially religious in nature. • The main theme of all arts, from painting, sculpture, architecture, music, dance and other theater is focused on the life of the Gods, legendary heroes and mythical beings.
  21. 21. 1. Philippine art is essentially religious in nature. 2. The trading was believed that the Japanese junk-typed boats had carried it. 3. From around the 14th century, it was believed that roughly 80 percent of the ceramics discovered in the Philippines are Chinese.
  22. 22. 4. India has a great and ancient tradition of pottery making. 5. The trading and cultural contact already existed between Philippines and its Southeast Asian neighbors. 6. From around the 14th century, it was believed that20 percent of the ceramics discovered in the Philippines are Thai
  23. 23. 7. The trading and cultural contact already existed between Philippines and its Southeast Asian neighbors. 8 What are the artifacts in the different 9 parts of the Philippines. 9. 10.

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