中国传统工艺

中国传统工艺

图书基本信息
出版时间:2010-1
出版社:五洲传播出版社
作者:杭间,郭秋惠 著,朱攸 著,宋佩铭 译
页数:202
书名:中国传统工艺
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中国传统工艺
前言
  The traditional arts and crafts of China have won uniquegood reputations in the history of the material culture of thevarious nationalities in the world. Since Zhang Qian (?——c.i14 B.C.)of the Han Dynasty served as an envoy abroad to the WesternRegions (a Han Dynasty term for the area west of Yumenguan,including what is now Xinjiang and parts of Central Asia) and thegradual formation of the Silk Route, the traditional arts and craftsof China have been introduced in an unfailing way to the MiddleEast first via the Central Asia and the Western Asia and then toEurope and the five continents and four oceans. At the time whenother nationalities intruded or disorders caused by continuousmilitary operations, Chinese craftsmen in the successivedynasties of past ages could often survive by virtue of one singleskill and became emissaries for diffusing the culture of differentnationalities.
内容概要
The heaven has time, the earth has vitality, material has beauty, work has ingenuity. Chinese arts and crafts enjoy a unique reputation in the history of material civilization among various nations in the world. For several thousands of years, people's handicrafts in their development echoed with the rhythm of lifo  working with the rising sun and reposing at sunset. All species of handicrafts in their earliest states are related to usage: always practical, plain and warm, and in possession of a wisdom that adapts to agricultural civilization. Even the high-end handicrafts at the court and among the literati, such unpretentious tradition still remain and reveal a touch of pragmatic trace. All this is associated with the everlasting farming culture of China and her exceptional geographical position; which has left us rich cultural heritage in which wisdom of life and human creation is contained.
作者简介
  Hang Jian, born 1961, Ph.D., professorwith Academy of Arts and Design, TsinghuaUniversity, deputy dean. Graduated fromDepartment of Art History, Central Academyof Arts, he was once editor-in-chief of theDecoration Journal; director of Departmentof Art History, Academy of Arts and Design,Tsinghua University; managing deputy directorof Cheung Kong School of Arts and Design,Shantou University; senior visiting scholar toCollege of Architecture, Art, and Planning,Cornell University, USA. His writings includeYuanxiang ~ Design, Way of Design BasicProblems in Chinese Design, A History ofChinese Technology Aesthetics, The Idea ofCraftsmanship, New Figural Art, Art Dimensions,Wisdom of the Body Spiritual Landscape ofContemporary Chinese Oil Paintings, A Historyof Chinese Technology Aesthetic Ideology, etc.  Guo Qiuhui, born 1979, Doctor of Design Art,graduated from Department of Art Historycurrently postdoctoral researcher with Academyof Arts and Design, Tsinghua University. Writingsinclude Chinese Arts and Crafts (written jointly),Chasing the Suns Light and Reflection ~ DengWei (compiled jointly).
书籍目录
PrefaceHistory
and
Background
of
the
Traditional
Arts
and
Crafts
of
China
Arts
and
Crafts
during
the
Primitive
Society
Arts
and
Crafts
during
the
Xia,
Shang
and
Zhou
Dynasties
Arts
and
Crafts
during
the
Spring
and
Autumn
Period
and
the
Warring
States
Period
Arts
and
Crafts
during
the
Qin
and
Han
Dynasties
Arts
and
Crafts
during
the
Six
Dynasties
Arts
and
Crafts
during
the
Sui,
Tang
and
Five
Dynasties
Arts
and
Crafts
during
the
Song,
Liao,
]in
and
Yuan
Dynasties
Arts
and
Crafts
during
the
Ming-Qing
Dynasties
and
Republic
of
ChinaArts
and
Crafts
in
the
Field
of
Utensil
Ceramics Bronze
Ware LacquerArts
and
Crafts
in
the
Field
of
Appareler Embroidery Printing
and
Dyeing Silk
WeavingArts
and
Crafts
in
the
Field
of
Furnishings Furniture 
 Gold
and
Silver
Ware,
Glassware,
Enamelware Bamboo
Carving,
Wood
Carving,
Ivory
Carving……
章节摘录
  During
the
Qianlong
regime
in
the
Qing
Dynasty,
there
wasan
ordinary
lacquerer
named
Shen
Shaoan
running
a
shopby
the
Shuangpao
Bridge.
He
was
engaged
mainly
in
lacquerpainting
but
also
in
making
small
commodities
like
lacquer
ware,lacquer
bowl,
memorial
wood
tablet,
etc..
As
his
business
wasslack,
Shen
Shaoan
often
went
to
those
imposing
dwellings
andspacious
courtyards
of
officials
and
officers
or
Taoist
templesand
Buddhist
temples
to
do
lacquer
painting
work.
Once
whenhe
was
working
in
an
ancient
temple,
he
found
the
wood
of
thehorizontal
inscribed
board
of
the
temple
at
the
entrance
hadalready
rotten
but
the
body
inside
mounted
with
lacquered
linenwas
still
intact.
Shen
Shaoan
was
a
man
careful
enough
to
getsome
inspiration
from
it.
He
first
molded
figurines,
flowers,
birdsor
utensils
with
clay
and
then
coated
them
with
lacquered
linenor
silk
fabric
layer
by
layer.
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