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【规格】： 高：7.8cm 口径：14.6cm
【规格】： 高：13.8 cm 口径：11.1 cm 底径：10.9 cm
[Name]: Pink Flower-Bird Bowl, Blue-and-White Life CharacterReceiving Pencil in Mid-Qing Dynasty
[Specification] High: 7.8cm caliber: 14.6cm
[Specification] High: 13.8 cm Diameter: 11.1 cm Bottom Diameter: 10.9 cm
Pink-colored porcelain is a new kind of enamel besides enamel, which was created and fired by the Qing court. The base of the burnt glaze is applied with arsenic. The pigment is painted and washed with a brush. The color of the glaze is produced due to the emulsion effect of arsenic. Among many Qing palace pastel ceramics, Cixi's pastel is simple, straightforward, rich and luxurious.
The washing and dyeing of pastel porcelain decoration drawing method absorbs the nutrition of each sister's art, adopts the technique of dot dyeing and color matching, so that the objects to be depicted, no matter the characters, landscapes, flowers, birds and insects, all appear to have strong texture, clear light and shade, and distinct hierarchy. The painting methods used are not only strict and meticulous meticulous brushwork, but also penetrating and vivid, concise and concise freehand brushwork, as well as exaggerated and deformed decorative painting style. Even the prints, watercolours, oil paintings, watercolours and other sister arts are integrated into the use of subtle, not at all upset; bold, lively. Pastel painting, generally through mapping, ascending, mapping, taking pictures, drawing lines, coloring, filling, washing and dyeing and other processes. From drawing to taking pictures, it is a stage of drawing with ink lines and conceiving creation, such as painting porcelain deciding decorative content and image composition. The final draft of the formal drawing is called "ascending drawing", and the drawing of heavy ink is called "drawing" when it is taken and printed from the porcelain. Next, the drawing with ink lines is transferred to the ceramic body to be formally drawn, that is, to "take pictures", so that the ceramic can be painted. Painting, coloring techniques are more complex and meticulous, generally picturesque, color, filling, washing, picking, blowing, dotting and other techniques. The tools used are brushes, filling pens, wash pens, color pens, dung pens, red gold pens, gold pens, agate pens, picking pens and many other special pens.
Blue and white porcelain, also known as white blue and white porcelain, is often referred to as blue and white porcelain, which is a treasure of Chinese ceramic firing technology. It is one of the mainstream varieties of China's porcelains and belongs to the subglaze color porcelains. Blue and white porcelain is made of cobalt ore containing cobalt oxide as raw material. It is painted on the body of the ceramic and covered with a transparent glaze. It is fired at one time by high temperature reduction flame. The cobalt material is blue after firing. It has the characteristics of strong dyeing power, bright color, high firing rate and stable color. Primitive blue-and-white porcelain appeared in Tang and Song Dynasty, while mature blue-and-white porcelain appeared in Hutian kiln in Jingdezhen of Yuan Dynasty. Blue and white became the mainstream of porcelain in Ming Dynasty. It reached its peak in Kangxi in the Qing Dynasty. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, derivatives such as blue and white, peacock green glaze blue and white, bean green glaze blue and white, blue and red, yellow Di blue and blue and white were also created and burned.
The Ming and Qing Dynasties were the period when blue and white porcelain reached its peak and declined. The period of Yongle and Xuande in Ming Dynasty was a peak of the development of blue-and-white porcelain, famous for its exquisite craftsmanship; the period of Kangxi in Qing Dynasty was the peak of the development of blue-and-white porcelain with "five-coloured blue-and-white flowers"; after Qianlong in Qing Dynasty, it gradually declined because of the development of pink-coloured porcelain, although it was once prosperous in the late Qing Dynasty (Guangxu), it could not continue the prosperity of Generally speaking, the official kiln wares in this period were made rigorously and exquisitely, while the folk kiln wares were free and free, with strong freehand pictures. From the late Ming Dynasty, blue and white painting gradually absorbed some elements of Chinese painting techniques.
This collection is a pink flower-bird bow, blue-and-white longevity pencil holder in the middle of Qing Dynasty. Collections are of great collection value, appreciation value, historical value and research value. We recommend collections for the core of Singapore stores. Welcome all Tibetans to visit Singapore stores for consultation and bidding. This is a rare opportunity!