According to records, Changsha kiln, also known as "Tongguan kiln" or "wazauping kiln", is one of the famous kilns in the south of China from Tang Dynasty to the Republic of China. Changsha kiln began to burn in the middle Tang Dynasty and flourished in the late Tang Dynasty.
Changsha kiln occupies an extremely important position in the history of China's ceramics, but there are not too many records of the kiln in the historical documents, so that people in the past know little about the history and technology of Changsha kiln. After the founding of the people's Republic of China, a large number of archaeologists carried out research on this, and made a lot of valuable work through various documents and materials such as sites and local chronicles. It makes people have a more comprehensive understanding of the historical evolution, production scale, pattern and other aspects of Changsha kiln. It is regarded as the second treasure of Hunan culture after Yuelu Academy, and it is regarded as the inspiration source of modern art creation by many people. Compared with the "Nanqing beibai" which occupied the dominant position at that time, Changsha Kiln porcelain was rich in color, diverse in shape, distinctive in decoration techniques, with a large number of production and low in price. Therefore, it was not only the most common daily-use porcelain of Hunan ordinary people in the Tang Dynasty, but also exported abroad.
Changsha kiln, with its superb technology and distinctive personality, promoted the exchange of economy, culture, art and other aspects between China and foreign countries at that time, and played an important role in the development and export history of China's ceramics. For the first time, from the aspects of production technology and decoration skills, Changsha Kiln Ceramics embodies the wisdom of the working people in China. In terms of foreign culture, Changsha kiln embodies a strong inclusiveness and shows the world the broad mind of the Chinese nation embracing all rivers. Its shape has epoch-making significance.
Xuanyu art has the honor to obtain a Changsha kiln flower bowl. The bowl is open, round, and covered with white glaze. The shape of the bowl is regular, the texture is fine, the glaze color is warm and smooth, the lines are smooth, the porcelain is white and delicate, the paint outline is natural and smooth, the hair color is pure, the material is exquisite, the color is gorgeous, the color matching is just right, presenting the beauty of harmony, and has great collection and appreciation value.
Changsha kiln has not only developed from a single brown color to a brown green two-color painting, but also has the characteristics of bright colors and never fading due to the color under the glaze. The selection of decorative materials has also been transferred from porcelain decorative painting to freehand brushwork, such as various flowers and plants, birds and animals, and people. Changsha kiln applied Chinese ink painting techniques to the decoration of porcelain earlier than Cizhou kiln in the Northern Song Dynasty.
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