• Liying Li Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
  • Wan Jamarul Imran Wan Abdullah Thani Universiti Malaysia Sarawak
Keywords: The Qing Dynasty,Ceramics,The revolving core bottle,Decorative,Form characteristics


Chinese ceramic art in the Qing Dynasty, it has won a lot of praise for its unique shape and exquisite, wonderful decoration form. The ceramic revolving core bottle(CRCB) has an obvious unique decorative form. From the perspective of formal analysis, through the concrete analysis of the decoration form of the CRCB, this paper puts forward three characteristics of the CRCB in the Qing Dynasty: rich color expression, three-dimensional space expression, flow and continuous picture structure. It is believed that the CRCB is a unique decorative form based on the ceramic decoration form of the past dynasties in China, which integrates the formal elements in Chinese classical gardens and Chinese paintings. The author holds that the performance of this form reflects the authority of the ruler, the popularity of Chinese classical gardens in the Qing Dynasty, and the revival and re-creation of Chinese classical painting forms in the Qing Dynasty, which is the witness of the exchange between Chinese ceramic art and Chinese traditional culture.


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How to Cite
Li, L., & Wan Abdullah Thani, W. J. I. (2022). THE DECORATION FORM OF CERAMIC REVOLVING CORE BOTTLES IN THE QING DYNASTY. International Journal of Applied and Creative Arts, 5(1), 23-36.