Stylistic Bridge of Korean Ceramics
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In this paper, the writer examines the historical stylistic bridge that Korea represented in ceramics from China and then to Japan. The writer discusses that this style bridge formed through the evolution of ceramics that were often taken from China through what is known as Baekje period, and were then exported to Japan. The writer maintains that the exportation of Chinese ceramics into Korea during the 4th century helped to create a tradition that would slowly become far less ornate and less representative of the style of the "motherland" that had created a solid template for other cultures in the region.
From the Paper:"This style of ceramics often portrayed Chinese visual of animals or wildlife, but would invariably be more functional and utilitarian than the Chinese styles. However, the line quality of decoration and the shape of these ceramics often elude to its Chinese origins, which where then passed down through Korean and into Japan. In essence, Korean ceramics offer a ..."
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