Nature in the Teapot

Di, Shi; Chen, Jiaquan
April 2019
Ceramics: Art & Perception;Apr2019, Issue 112, p86
In this article, author explores on making of traditional Yixing teapot. Topics discussed include the art of making Yixing teapot also known for red clay teapot on developing during the Song Dynasty; celebrates the University's 60th anniversary and a Red Teapot Exhibition which held from November 15 to September 5, 2018; and includes the third teapot which made by Chen Yuanchuan who is associate professor in the School of Design, Jiangnan University, China.


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