“Blanc de Chine” porcelain

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Hello! It’s time for a new entry. Recently, I acquired a very interesting book on Chinese architecture. I can not wait to share with you the information contained in it. But unfortunately, architecture has to wait for now. I started two series devoted to Chinese art and I would prefer to close them first. Hehhh … I think I have to start writing more than once a week 🙂 Well, but not prolonging, because long texts are written well, but there is no one to read them. Today, another entry from the Chinese pottery series, this time talking about the type of dishes known as blanc de Chine. I invite you!

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Bihua or Chinese frescoes

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Holidays, holidays and after holidays. After a blissful period of family sitting at the table and gluttony, it is time to return to work, study, and daily duties. Before this happens, I invite you to devote a few minutes to my latest entry, which was devoted to one of the areas of Chinese painting, namely frescoes.
I will not write more. Just read! 🙂

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Chinese calligraphy as a form of art


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Hello! It’s time to start a series of posts devoted to Chinese painting. This branch of Asian art occupies a special place in my heart, so I decided to devote some of the entries on my blog to this topic. Before that, however, I have prepared a post about one of the basic, characteristic features of Chinese painting, namely the combination of image and writing, known as Chinese calligraphy!

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News on the site!

Hello! Due to the growing interest in social networking sites, I decided to take a step towards spreading this blog. So I invite you to the new: fan page “Oriental Art”! Visit and click “I like it”. It will not take you much time and will motivate me to continue creating the blog.
I invite you! : D



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Hello! Spring is coming, the time of year that reminds me most of all … the flowers. In today’s post I decided to take care of them, or rather the art of arranging them, which is ikebana. If you are interested in this theater and you want to learn more, I invite you to read today’s entry.

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Chinese ceramics between the Han and Qing dynasties


The last article on the site appeared very, very long ago, and I still wonder how to reward it. There is such an adage: studies are not a hare, they will not escape. But winter end-of-term examinations yes 🙂 So forgive this long break and read the new article!

Today we will focus on ceramics, more specifically on Chinese ceramics and its variations from the time of the Han dynasty to the Qing Dynasty. Chinese ceramics is, in my humble opinion, one of the most beautiful varieties of this branch of artistic craft. The above considerations were based on one of the thematic lectures related to the exhibition “In the Realm of the Dragon”, which was presented in Krakow and later in Warsaw.For a long time I have been inclined to deal with this subject, mainly because it is extremely extensive. Therefore, in this post will present the basic concepts of Chinese ceramics from the period mentioned. Characteristics of the rest of the ages, as well as details of each of the ceramic styles I decided to keep for later. This entry is thus an introduction to the whole cycle on Chinese ceramics.

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Museums of Contemporary Art in Asia – part 3


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Hello! The time has come for the last article dedicated to futuristic museums in Asia. Today I will present you complexes, which not only I like the most, but which are also almost at the top of the list of places that I will visit when I finally go to this wonderful continent (keep your fingers crossed for that it will happen as soon as possible!).

Let’s start with the question: What’s in the main picture?

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Museums of Contemporary Art in Asia – part 2

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It’s time for the second part of the list of the most interesting, in my opinion, futuristic museums in Asia.Today I will present you two amazing Japanese museums that implement the principle of entering architecture into nature.

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Museums of Contemporary Art in Asia – part 1

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I will start with a series of museums of art, from the newest ones. In recent years, in Asiabegan to appear quite interesting in their form modern and modern art museums. Despite its attitude towards modernization and futuristic forms they do not quarrel with the traditions of Asian cities. They are rather symbols of their development. Kontynuuj czytanie »