Lecture XIV - A courtly Interlude
Chinese Jingdezhen vs. Japanese Arita vs. Doulton Faience (fritware)
these are all kraak (their rake versions 100)We also discuss several other topics like What is systems thinking and why is it important to environmental literacy?
Kraak: Chinese porcelain produced in transition from Ming (Chinese) Qing (Manchie)
Hallmark look: panels along the rim and flat middleDon't forget about the age old question of How will you define a project management?
best knock off: Japanese versions with cobalt
then Persian: Dutch
Dutch/Europeans would bring wood models (to China) of things they wanted in ceramics Ming Dynasty Falls!We also discuss several other topics like How does the Texas legislature receives generous retirement benefits?
Japanese had just begun thriving in porcelain
Dutch brought their business to Japan
European designs & motifs, Japanese made porcelain Don't forget about the age old question of What is feunality?
Garniture set of matching vases used for decoration (ornamental)
Fritware sets of 5, 7, 12… vases with floral We also discuss several other topics like Describe phospholipid movement.
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Chinese style, demaracele pot
factory, delft, 17thc.,
tin glazed earthenware
Motifs: Chinese scene, 2 Chinese ladies looking at ducks
these were too expensive for Dutch to make
designs were sent to made in Japan
Japan makes the designs in Kraak (changes Chinese & Japanese)
Pronks designs were made with colors other than blue
“Imari porcelain” the colored porcelain that came from port imari not made in imari (it was just a port next to the Arita)
blue & white porcelain was still produced, but along with multicolored
“Imari” became a blanket term for colored leradle porcelain
undergate cobalt + rust colored red + gliding (gold enamel)
by mid - 18th century, Germans learned to make porcelain
Kangxi emperor Vase
Colors on silk hanging scroll Porcelain with undergate blue deco
Qing dynasty Jingdezhen
China Qing Dynasty, China
enlightened ruler export ware, not traditionally in curna
open to Jesuits & allowed them in
brought stability & wealth back to China
Jesuits brought astronomy, accurate map skills, translating skills
portraits of him in his library to show new as a learner Kangxi brought in an Italian artist
So highly regarded, only European artist to have permanent work stay in especially known for horses be brought in from Kazaks
he liked a painting style with no shadows