Ewer, anonymous, c. 1635 - c. 1645 Canvas Print

Ewer, anonymous, c. 1635 - c. 1645 Canvas Print

Pear-shaped jug of porcelain with an S-shaped spout ear that is connected to the neck at the top with a bridge, a C-shaped ear and a triangular beech in the edge, painted in underglaze blue. On the wall twice a seated person in a landscape. It is the diplomat and explorer Zhang Qian (ca. 195-114 BC) from the Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD). The story about him was that he would have gone on a raft in search of the origins of the Yellow River, and eventually traveled to the Milky Way. The neck is divided into two bands with a tulip motif. Above the foot a decorative band. The spout and the ear with a cloud motif. Transitional sporeselein in blue-white.

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