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Pottery carving is one of the art forms of purple clay teapots!
Talking about the history of "zisha pottery carving"
Zisha art has a history of 500 years. In the process of development, it has experienced countless winds and rains. However, the art of purple clay pottery sculpture is still sought after and respected by many people. As the "Porcelain Capital", Yixing is well-known for its purple sand pottery carving art. The artistic value of purple sand pottery engraving lies in the combination of philosophy, values and aesthetics. Its connotation is rich, including the calligraphy and calligraphy of literati and ink artists, which has extremely high cultural value.
Pottery carving is the main expression technique of Zisha art, and it is also an important part of Zisha art. It is a comprehensive art that integrates calligraphy, painting, gold and stone, and literature. Zisha pottery sculptures have a variety of expression techniques and application methods.
History of Zisha Pottery Carving
China’s Zisha pottery carvings were produced in the early Neolithic period and are more than 8,000 years old. The decorative method of Zisha pottery engraving ranges from the original rope stamping and mold printing to carving patterns. Zisha pottery engraving is developed on this basis, and its changes are also traceable.
Zisha pottery engraving uses a knife to replace the pen, integrating the traditional culture of calligraphy, painting, gold and stone, seal cutting and other arts into one. Every literati or artist who makes purple clay pottery carvings has a passion for art. The decoration of the purple sand should be "different from the teapot", and the design and creation should be based on the material characteristics of the purple sand and the shape characteristics of the pot, showing us a batch of outstanding works.