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chinese and greek pot

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warith kang

on 18 April 2010

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Transcript of chinese and greek pot

chinese pottery show daily life style Alot of styles It was more than 2000 years materials - kaolin
- pottery stone
- feldspra
- quartz Origin~~~ In China, pottery has been an art form as well as a means of creating useful household items for 11,000 years -- Chinese pottery focused mainly on ceramics and porcelains. The early forms of pottery were, of course, quite simple but over the years the science and art of pottery making grew and became more complex.

By the mid 1300's, Chinese ceramics became the most advanced in the world. This was the time of the Ming Dynasty (from 1368 to 1644) -- decorative Ming vases remain priceless collectibles to this day.

In the 1400's, blue and white porcelain became technologically possible and very popular -- the Dutch blue and white porcelain was originally made as an attempt to copy this popular Chinese pottery. Greek pot mostly vase alot of black and red material~ fine clay
(usually black designs and tan/brown/orange background) wheel show in war time Very few Greek painted pictures have survived the 2500 years since they were painted. So most of what we know about Greek art comes from the pictures they painted on fancy pottery. Pottery, even if it gets broken, can be put back together, and a good deal of it has even survived whole, mostly in Etruscan tombs.

Greek painted pottery changed a good deal over time, from the Stone Age to the Hellenistic period. For convenience, we divide it into seven different time periods. Click on each period to find out more compare and contrast COMPARE
they show daily life style
they use alot of red and black
they use chemical reaction to change the color of the clay
they mostly have vase
they use wheel to built vases
CONTRAST
they are started with not the same way
the material is not the same
they burn at not the same rate
they are not started in the similar time
they are used in showing different types BY: YANG
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