The Chinese Imperial ceramic Artwork Found In Indonesia (Continiu)

THE ART MOTIF OF CHINA IMPERIAL CERAMIC FOUND IN INDONESIA

PART THREE

PART III. STUDIES RESULTS

 

By

Dr Iwan Suwandy , MHA

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The Chinese traditional Motif

1) Human Figure

 (1)Human Figure Motif

Human Kungfu Figure

Photo: koleksi mangkuk dinasti ming dengan lukisan gerakan kungfu saya temukan di jawa barat, bagi yang memiliki yang sama harap laporkan.If you have the same design please report,I have just research about this amizing cup

Hallo Teman-teman Kolekstor Keramik dan Pecinta oleh raga silat Wushu dan Kungfu , saya baru saja menemukan mangkuk kecil untuk minum arak dari Dinasti ming akhir(Ming Wanli) biru putih.

Ternyata oleh raga Kungfu sudah ada sejak abak ke-empat belas tersebut dan sudah diminati di indonesia, mangkuk ini merupakan bukti,

Saya sudah mengupload i facebook saya ilustrasi dibawah ini dengan harapan mendapat info lebih lanjut.

  • the closeup illustration of my collections Ming Kungfu design cup,who have the same please upload for added my research,thanks
    Photo: the closeup illustration of my collections Ming Kungfu design cup,who have the same please upload for added my research,thanks
     
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  • koleksi mangkuk dinasti ming dengan lukisan gerakan kungfu saya temukan di jawa barat, bagi yang memiliki yang sama harap laporkan.If you have the same design please report,I have just research about this amizing cup
    Photo: koleksi mangkuk dinasti ming dengan lukisan gerakan kungfu saya temukan di jawa barat, bagi yang memiliki yang sama harap laporkan.If you have the same design please report,I have just research about this amizing cup
     
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      Iwan Suwandy please look the closeup of this Kungfu cup above, I am waiting for all my friend comment

Bagi yang memiliki keramik dengan dekorasi sperti ini harap berkenan menguploadnya buat saya jadi bahan yang melengkapi penelitian sudi banding gerakan Kungfu tempo dulu dengan saat ini.

Terima kasih atas komentar,saran dan info dari teman-teman

Jakarta November 2012

Dr Iwan suwandy,MHA

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Hello Friends and Lovers by Pottery Collector sport Wushu martial arts and martial arts, I’ve just discovered a small bowl to drink wine from the late Ming dynasty (Ming Wanli) blue and white.

Apparently the sport of martial arts has been around since abak all fourteen and already popular in Indonesia, this bowl is a testament,

I’ve uploaded my facebook i illustrated below with the hope of getting more info.

Photo: the closeup illustration of my collections Ming Kungfu design cup,who have the same please upload for added my research,thanks

the closeup illustration of my collections Sun Kungfu cup design, who have the same added please upload for my research, thanks

Photo: koleksi mangkuk dinasti ming dengan lukisan gerakan kungfu saya temukan di jawa barat, bagi yang memiliki yang sama harap laporkan.If you have the same design please report,I have just research about this amizing cup

collection ming dynasty bowl with painting my kungfu movements found in western Java, for those who have the same hope you have the same laporkan.If please report design, I have just research about this amizing cup

Iwan Suwandy please look the closeup of this Kungfu cup above, I am waiting for all my friend comment
For those who have ceramic décor is just as pleasing please upload it for me so material that complements willing comparative study of martial arts movements of the past with the present.

Thanks for the comments, suggestions and info from friends

Jakarta, November 2012

Dr Iwan Suwandy, MHA

 
Studi banding

Comparative study

Old Kungfu style from Ming era on small cup

Photo: the closeup illustration of my collections Ming Kungfu design cup,who have the same please upload for added my research,thanks

the sma kungfu style now llok below

 

The Chinese traditional Motif

5)(2) Baby And Kid Figure 

Ming Baby figure motif statue(illustration not upload)

The Chinese traditional Motif

5)(3) Chinese Man Figure

Other Chinese Man figure collections(illustration not upload)

The Chinese traditional Motif

5)(5) Chinese Women Figure

5)(6) Non Chinese Figure

Other Chinese Women figur collections(illustration not upload)

Qing landscape with euro  figure  and chinese man salute

Very rare euro figure

3.5.3

 Geometric Motif

This traditional motif were known in Indonesia as the motif which cannot identified the pattern of design  and only seen as the round geometric design motif..

This motifs only can understood by the specialist scholar in Chinese symbolic of Chinese traditional artworks like

a.The Moving Spirit

History of Chinese Funerary Ceramics 

The Neolithic Period   Jar   Late Yangshao period – Banshan type  c.2500 – 2000 BC   earthenware, pigments   Gift to the National Collection of Asian Art from Dr TT Tsui LLD JP, of the Tsui Art Foundation, HK, through the National Gallery of Australia Foundation 1995    

The Neolithic Period
c.10000 to 1500 BC

Much of our knowledge of Chinese cultural history is based on material found in ancient burial sites. The extensive array of objects which have been unearthed from tombs and graves provide a fascinating insight into life in ancient China. Some of the earliest evidence of civilisation in China dates from the Neolithic period.

There were two predominating cultures during this time: the Yangshao culture based in the central plain region and the Longshan culture centred around northern Shantung and the eastern seaboard. The excavation of burial sites reveal that even then death was accompanied by ritual. Bodies were buried with food containers and other possessions, presumably to assist the smooth passage of the dead to the next world.

Since the first unearthing in 1922 of neolithic artefacts at a cemetery site near Lanzhou, evidence of Yangshao culture has been found throughout an extensive area in central and northwest China including the provinces of Shaanxi, Henan and Hebei. Later remains have been found in the northwest provinces of Gansu and Qinghai.

The Yangshao culture is divided into 3 phases – Maijiayao (c.3,000–2,500 BC), Banshan (2500–2000 BC) and Machang (2200–1500 BC). Artefacts from each neolithic era are usually identified by the type of decoration found on the objects.

Shang Dynasty – Zhou dynasty
c.16th to 11th centuries BC – c.1050 to 221 BC 

By the Shang Dynasty there were well ordered rituals associated with burial, and belief in the power of gods and spirits played an important cultural role. Excavations of burial chambers have uncovered a wealth of funerary goods including bronze vessels, jade ornaments, weapons and most importantly, human sacrifices, often on a large scale. People and animals were often buried alive with the deceased emperor – battle chariots with their horses and human drivers have been discovered buried with their masters.

It is now better understood that the zoomorphic designs found on the magnificent metal vessels and ornaments and the intricate carvings on precious stones relate to Shang practices of consulting oracles, and their beliefs in auspicious signs and symbols. Before making important decisions such as when to plant crops or go into battle or even for more trivial matters such as whether the king would enjoy the day, the oracles would be read. The four cardinal points had great importance and were associated with the Ruler of the Four Quarters and the Eastern and Western Mothers. The sun and the dragon were allied with the east and the moon and the tiger with the west. South was often represented by the ‘red bird’ or phoenix while north was the direction of death.

In subsequent dynasties death rituals followed similar patterns until the time of the great Chinese philosopher, Confucius (551–479 BC), whose teachings would have a fundamental influence on all future Chinese religious and philosophical beliefs. Human sacrifices were greatly frowned upon by Confucius who promoted humanity as a moral virtue. However, the deeply held beliefs that ancestral spirits needed worldly trappings to ensure their comfort in the next life led people to craft figurative substitutes in the form of life-like sculptures which were buried in the tombs. Called mingqi, ‘spirit wares’, their manufacture eventually became a full-scale industry overseen by the government

 

Because of this the decorative artsDecorative Art are actually quite powerful, determining where the scenes in your life take place. Just imagine a movie. The setting determines the action, and it is quite easy to tell in most movies where the bad guy lives, or when two people enter a romantic room. The subtle details of a scene will often set the stage for how interactions will take place.

Decorating is an art that involves not only visual elements, but also texture, aroma, and even the ineffable feeling of ambiance. As such it is actually quite a complex undertaking. It is also a powerful skill which allows you to control the energy of interactions within a space, coloring the thoughts and perceptions of the people, and how they behave when relating to one another. For these reasons the decorative arts are actually one of the most important and potent disciplines in the creative world

b.. Cycles Of Change

c,The wheel of Law

Many of this geometric motif used on Chinese  old ceramic to export to the islamic area including Indonesia becau the Islamic forbidden to keep the God, human and animal creatures motif .

 Driwan Geometric motif  Late Ming Bowl Collections

Other Driwan Geometric Motif collections ( illustration not  Up Load)

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