Blanc de Chine: the porcelain of Têhua in Fukien by P. J. Donnelly

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Published by Faber in London .

Written in English

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Places:

  • China,
  • Fujian Sheng.

Subjects:

  • Porcelain, Chinese -- China -- Fujian Sheng.

Edition Notes

Bibliographical footnotes.

Book details

Statementby P. J. Donnelly.
SeriesThe Faber monographs on pottery and porcelain
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK4565 .D6
The Physical Object
Pagination407 p.
Number of Pages407
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4617773M
ISBN 100571080782
LC Control Number77417633

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Since then research has produced new data on its obscure origins and popular appeal, Author: Rose Kerr, John Ayers. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Donnelly, P. Blanc de Chine. New York, Praeger [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Language: English. Description: pages plates, illustrations (some color), map 26 cm. This is the first comprehensive publication since P.J.

Donnelly's pioneering study Blanc de Chine: The Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien, published 30 years ago. Since then research has produced new.

Blanc de Chine. The Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien. London, Faber, Quarto, xiv, pages with several line drawings plus pages of plates (depicting more than pieces); 6 plates are in colour. BLANC DE CHINE: The Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien. Blanc-de-Chine is a classical ware. In the old books it is described as a "white ware from Dehua in Fujian province".

Long considered an indispensable classic on Chinese Blanc de Chine. 6 color plates + black & white plates illustrate over pieces of porcelain. Scarce in any condition, this is the nicest copy we have ever had.

10" high X 6" wide, text pages + plates. This is the first comprehensive publication since P.J. Donnelly's pioneering study Blanc de Chine: The Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien, published 30 years ago. Since then research has produced new data on its obscure origins and popular appeal, which will intrigue scholars and general readers alike.

FOUR BOOKS ON ART IN CHINA. a) Donnelly, P.J. 'Blanc de Chine. The Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien.' In Asiatica: China, Tibet, Nepal - WEST. Blanc de chine wares have a silky ivory white tone and the porcelain is translucent. In this aspect, they were different from the early Dehua wares with the white/bluish white/yellowish white glaze.

Dehua potters introduced the blanc de chine wares during the 16th century firstly mainly for. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio.

An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "A general history of porcelain". Dehua porcelain or Blanc de Chine as it is known to the West, is pure ivory-white porcelain made at the Dehua kilns in the Southern Chinese province of Fujian.

It rose to international significance around the 17th century and inspired aristocratic patronage in the development of European porcelain, Its popularity at home and abroad continued Seller Rating: % positive. 34 Donelly shows a seal inscription in his book on blanc de chine which also occurs on seals from Getty's list.

Unfortunately, Donelly misreads the seal, which says jin feng 謹封 ‘carefully sealed’, as wan pang (wan bang in pinyin) ‘ten thousand countries’ (Donnelly, J. P., Blanc de Chine: The Porcelain of Têhua in Fukien. A similar figure is illustrated by P.J.

Donnelly, Blanc de Chine, the Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien, London,pl. 99C; and compare with another in the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, illustrated by He Li, Chinese Ceramics, Cat no. Chromolithograph XIII of 2 Blanc de Chine Pots von Louis Prang und eine große Auswahl ähnlicher Bücher, Kunst und Sammlerstücke erhältlich auf Chinese "Blanc de Chine" Porcelain Figure of Guanyin, probably Qing Dynasty (), modeled seated in 'royal ease' wearing loose robes holding a scroll in her hand, reverse bearing barely legible double gourd mark probably reading He Chaochun, h.

5 1/2 in. Provenance: Fred B. Nadler, Bay Head, NJ, ; Estate of Stephen G. Henry, Jr., Baton Rouge, LA Note: The barely legible double gourd. 99 John Ayers, “Blanc de Chine: Some reflections,” in Blanc de Chine: Porcelain from Dehua, Rose Kerrand John Ayers (Chicago: Art Media Resources, ), For details of other Lions of Fo in the Burghley House Collection (the collection belonging to the Marquises of Exeter), as featured in the goods inventories from andcf.

Related works. For others identical figures from private collections and museums, see: P.J. Donnelly, Blanc de Chine, The Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien, London,pl. Ayers, Blanc de Chine, Divine Images in Porcelain, China Institute Gallery, New-York,no. 55, p. (The Koger Collection, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, The State Art Museum of Florida).

COLLECTION OF BLANC-DE-CHINE PORCELAIN LOTS to SMALL PORCELAIN KWAN YIN ming The Goddess of Mercy, seated on a rocky base, holding child on her knee. Famous Fu-yu porcelain from province of Fu- Kien. 38 TWO MINIATURE PORCELAIN VASES ming Blanc-de-chine, said to have been obtained from tomb near Hing Hua.

Related works. P.J. Donnelly, Blanc de Chine, The Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien, London,pl. Ayers, Blanc de Chine, Divine Images in Porcelain, China Institute Gallery, New-York,no. 55, p. (The Koger Collection, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, The State Art Museum of Florida) W.

Sargent, Treasures of Chinese Export Porcelain Ceramics, from the. Hua (Dehua) in Fukien (Fujian) Province in southeast China from the seventeenth century (Ming Dynasty).

Blanc de Chine is highly translucent and all-white. in many shades of white glaze, rarely with further decoration. Names for the various blanc de Chine whites include "ivory white," "goose-feather white," and "pork-fat white" (slightly pinkish).

Blanc de Chine: Porcelain from Dehua. Rose Kerr; Blanc de Chine: The Porcelain of Têhua in Fukien. J P Donnelly as documented in the prehispanic Maya codices and the colonial period Books. Hence Sidney Greenslade acquired Michael Cardew and Welsh slipware; Leach, Hamada, Vyse, Wells and oriental pottery; contemporary figurative pottery and Staffordshire creamers, Pill pottery lions, blanc de chine porcelain of the Fukien Province of south-east China and Japanese Bizenware figures.

A Blanc-de-Chine standing figure of Guanyin, The Bodhisattva of Mercy, wearing a typical high chignon over the cowl; Qing Dynasty, with detachable hands and fixed to a fitted wooden base.

Overall height including base 49 cm. Provenance: The Property of a Lady. From a Private UK Collection. Figure of Jidian, porcelain with white glaze, Dehua, China, Qing dynasty, Museum Number C Note: For a very similar figure, see Donnelly, P. Blanc de Chine, The Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien.

London:pl. 88c. Chinese "Blanc de Chine" Porcelain Figure of Budai, probably Qing Dynasty (‑), modeled standing with a peach in one hand, h. 6 3/4 in. [$/]. A collection of hardback reference books. Sold for £ (US$ ) inc. premium DONNELLY, P.

J., Blanc De Chine, The Porcelain Of Tehua In Fukien, Faber And Faber, HOBSON, R. L., The wares of the Ming dynasty, Dover Publications, I-HUA, T'UNG (ed.), Masterworks of Chinese Porcelain in the National Palace Museum: Supplement.

Cermaics and Pottery Lecture[1] - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. Bid now on Invaluable: AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE CHINESE BLANC-DE-CHINE FLUTE.

from Chiswick Auctions on November 3, AM GMT. AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE CHINESE BLANC-DE-CHINE FLUTE. 17th Century. Of slightly tapering cylindrical form, crisply moulded at either end with key scroll bands, the body pierced with oval apertures each. Statue of Guan Yin, Ming Dynasty (Shanghai Museum) Blanc de Chine (French for Chinese white) is the traditional European term for a type of white Chinese porcelain, made at Dehua in the Fujian province, otherwise known as Dehua porcelain or&#.

'Blanc de Chine' porcelain Chinese (Tê-hua, Fukien province) probably 18th century Salting bequest [18/11/] Figure of Damo Ming-Qing dynasty This figure of Damo combines the popular image of the monk standing on waves, in the moment of crossing the Yangzi River in China, and the legend of him walking with one shoe in his hand.

A pair of incisensors blanc de chine, incensors with incised decoration, cloud and thunder motif. Archaic style handles. see similar examples, P.J. Donnelly, Blanc De Chine, plates 11A and 21A ORIGIN:DATE: CIRCA TEHUA, FUKIEN PROVINCE, CHINA HEIGH 3 3/8". Chinese export group of musicians in porcelain from Fukien (blanc-de-Chine).

Circareign Kangxi, dynasty Qing - SOLD - SOLD Two very large and rare models of court ladies in Chinese porcelain from Fukien (blanc-de-Chine), standing on hexagonal bases.

Blanc de chine China’s enchanting white porcelain – Jasper52 ~ Blanc de chine – the white glazed porcelain prized by collectors – literally translates from the French as “white from China” as it was and still is manufactured at Dehua in China’s Fujian province Some people in fact refer to it as Dehua in honor of its point of origin.

This book contains the private collection of Blanc de Chine, monochrome porcelain from Dehua, collected by Ton and Mies Becker, both retired medical specialists and collectors of Asian Art. For many centuries the Chinese and Western elite adored the monochrome white porcelain wares made in Dehua, a district in the province of Fujian, bordering.

Chinese export porcelain = Chine de commande / D. Lunsingh Scheuleer ; [translated from the Dutch] Zhongguo gu dai guan yao zhi du / Wang Guangyao zhu; Blanc de Chine: the porcelain of Têhua in Fukien / by P.

Donnelly; Zhongguo wei da de fa ming--ci qi / Fu Zhenlun zhu. Two variations of the mark are also recorded by P. Donnelly in Blanc de Chine: The Porcelain of Tehua in Fukien, New York and Washington,p.Appendix 4, no.

8b (with raised characters and a border), and no. 8c (with raised characters but no border, as on the present Buddha figure), and a figure of Guanyin with a Huijiang Shanren.

Dehua (help info) (Chinese: 德化; pinyin: Déhuà; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tek-hòa) is a county located in central Fujian province, People's Republic of China. It is under the administration of Quanzhou City and covers an area of 2, square kilometres ( sq mi) with a total population of.

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