Porcelain plate painting has a long history, which can be traced back to the Qin and Han Dynasties at the earliest. In the mid-Ming Dynasty, the true meaning of the ceramic plate painting appeared. In the mid-Qing Dynasty, with the rapid development of the Qing Dynasty's ceramic art, the artists at that time devoted themselves to transplanting the Chinese paintings on paper and silk to the porcelain. Therefore, the ceramic plate painting was favored by people and became important. Commodity porcelain. Porcelain panel painting is becoming more and more prosperous. Whether it is enclosure screen, insert screen or hanging screen, we often see decorative ceramic plate paintings inlaid on the top. Jingdezhen porcelain plate painting began in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It has been used for decoration in screens, cabinet doors, bedsteads and so on. In the mid-Qing Dynasty, some folk artists used the method of light crimson painting in Chinese paintings to copy and create, creating a pioneer of porcelain plate painting.
Porcelain Plate Painting of Bajun Xichun Picture in the Republic of China
重(W)：20kg 高/长(h)：68cm 宽(W)：1.3m
This Porcelain Plate Painting of Bajun Xichun in the Republic of China was created by Mr. Zhuoyan, a painter of the Republic of China. He is good at Porcelain Plate Painting. His works are not lost in the folk. His paintings make people feel immersed in the situation. If you carefully taste them, you can cultivate your sentiment. This painting depicts eight horses with different colors, elegant and vivid, with different shapes and lifelike colors, under a strong and thick pine tree and in an environment with beautiful realm and wide vision. Horses play and chase together. They know each other well. They sniff each other, rub their heads warmly, eat grass and play together. Spring is full of fresh and warm, giving people a symbol of freedom and romance. The model is accurate and simple, the line is soft and even, the color is heavy and thick, and the rendering is full of texture, which is a rare treasure.
Longma spirit is the national spirit that the Chinese nation has been advocating since ancient times. The ancestors believed that Longma is Renma, it is the spirit of the Yellow River, the incarnation of the descendants of Yanhuang, and represents the main spirit and the highest morality of the Chinese nation. Horse is also a symbol of ability, sage, talent and achievement. Ancient people often used the analogy of "Qianli Ma". Qianli horse is an excellent horse that travels thousands of miles every day. The painting of the eight Chun's spring painting not only inherits the essence of Chinese traditional painting, but also is compatible with the advantages of Chinese ceramic art, and is the perfect combination of painting art and ceramic art. It is the crystallization of the infinite wisdom of the Chinese nation and has great collection value.
Bajun Xichun Porcelain Plate Painting in the Republic of China, the author's humble remarks. This collection was sent to a solitary Medical Book handed down by Chen Lianquan in the late Qing Dynasty.
This is a solitary Medical Book handed down by the imperial doctor. The author is Mr. Chen Lianfeng, a famous Chinese medical scientist in modern China. Chen Lao was born in 1840 and died in 1914 at the age of 74. The Chen family has been practicing medicine for generations, and the nineteenth generation has come to Lianhuang. Chen is proficient in internal, external, gynecology and pediatrics. He hangs a pot in the middle of Guangxu in Zhuxi Town, Qingpu (Zhujiajiajiao Town, Shanghai today). Because of excellent medical skills, there are many people seeking treatment from all sides. During Guangxu's reign, he was ordered to visit Beijing five times for the emperor and the queen-in-law to diagnose the disease. The effect was quite good and he was appointed imperial doctor. The elderly resigned from office in Shanghai and served as president of Guangrentang Medical Center and director of Shantangshi Clinic in Shanghai. Because of its exquisite medical skills and unique insights, it is known as a "national hand". At the same time, the Shanghai Medical Association was actively established, and Chinese medicine schools were set up to make outstanding contributions to the cause of Chinese medicine education. Chen inherited his family studies, was diligent in thinking, learned folk prescriptions unilaterally, sought wise teachers widely, and dared to weed out the old and bring forth the new. He believed that treating diseases should be "a good doctor who knows the past but does not muddy it". He advocated classics, flexible use, not falling into a rut, and advocated the method of "abiding by the classics, you can change". Up to now, it is still of positive significance to the study of Chinese medicine.