Landscape Architecture, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Jun  2019, Pages 49-58; DOI: 10.31058/j.la.2019.22003 10.31058/j.la.2019.22003

Research on Inheritance and Innovation of Landscape Pottery Production-Taking the Craftsmanship of Pottery Made by Traditional Wood Fired Dragon Kilns as an Example

, Vol. 2, Issue 2, Jun  2019, Pages 49-58.

DOI: 10.31058/j.la.2019.22003

Fan Yang 1*

1 Higher Vocational Research Center, Anhui Business and Technology College, Hefei, China

Received: 27 May 2019; Accepted: 24 June 2019; Published: 9 July 2019

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Abstract

The pottery craftsmanship of traditional wood fired dragon kilns in Ningguo is an intangible cultural heritage of Anhui Province. The craftsmanship for garden landscape pottery fired in the kilns is inherited orderly and is unique, and is an important representative of living dragon kiln culture in China. By starting with the origin of the garden landscape pottery craftsmanship of traditional wood fired dragon kiln in Anhui Province and by fanning out from point to area, this paper makes an attempt to find the cultural spirit, craft language and context in the craftsmanship of pottery made by wood fired dragon kilns in Ningguo, Anhui Province, which has been inherited up to now, and explores the path and method of inheritance and innovation, in order to provide a reference for sustainable development of the ancient traditional pottery craftsmanship and traditional folk kiln resources.

Keywords

Pottery Craftsmanship, Garden Landscape, Traditional Dragon Kiln

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