The Magic of Kneaded Clay :Ceramic Collection of the National Palace Museum

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2018
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National Palace Museum
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Yu Pei-Chin
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The Magic of Kneaded Clay means a magnificent process in which raw materials are turned into perdurable vessels. However, the success of this process is conditioned by various factors. As described in a letter written by Père François Xavier d'Entrecolles(1664-1741), French missionary worked in Eighteenth century Jingdezhen, it is extremely difficult to make pottery.
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Introduction Chapter 1 : Neolithic Age to Five Dynasties Chapter 2 : Song to Yuan Periods Chapter 3 : Ming Dynasty Chapter 4 : Qing Dynasty Further Reading Lists of Plates Table of Works from the Original Place Collection Listed in the Sequence of the One Thousand Character Classic Chronology
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