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Di Luo's Teaching Portfolio

Art of China 13b. Export Porcelain & Chinoiserie

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Questions

Briefly describe (4-5 sentences) any one of the key works introduced today. How different do you think this work is from earlier ceramics and porcelains in China?

Reading Assignment

  • Thorp, pp. 356-360, 363-365

Key Works

Dish

2017-04-05 (2)

Kraak ware, porcelain with underglaze blue designs; dia. 18 3/4″ (47.5 cm)

Ming-Qing period, c. 1635-1655

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O69550/dish-unknown/

Vase with European Figures

2017-04-05 (1).jpg

Painted enamel on copper; h. 8 1/8 (20.4 cm)

Qing dynasty, Qianlong mark and period (1736-1795)

National Palace Museum, Taipei

Pyramidal Ceiling

2017-04-05

“Porcelain Salon,” Santos Palace, Lisbon

1661-1687

http://www.museudearteantiga.pt/exhibitions/blue-on-gold

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