Notes on Ceramics. Thoughts and Practices about History of Ceramics / by Prof. Ming-liang Hsieh
  
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 線上閱讀:〈十七至十八世紀中國對歐洲貿易中的瓷器〉

 
陸地考古遺址出土標本、海底沉船打撈遺物和保存在博物館與收藏家中的珍品,這些背景相異的文物,如何串連成為解開歷史之謎的關鍵?
 
本書將帶領讀者追循一位陶瓷史學者的思路軌跡,看他以敏銳的
觀察
和膽大心細的推理,由散佈世界各地的陶瓷標本,追索中國等地陶瓷在歷史演變過程中的樣式、裝飾技法和工藝的變化,進而銜接亞歐貿易交流網絡的失落環節,帶您重返古代陶瓷世界。

 賀!石頭出版社授權上海古籍出版之《陶瓷手記》簡體版,在中國榮獲「2013年度全國文化遺產十佳圖書」!


 

  
 
書  名:陶瓷手記陶瓷史思索和操作的軌跡

作  者:謝明良
出版年月:200812
ISBN
978-986-6660-04-7
規  格:精裝 菊8開(21x27cm)  432頁
圖  版:全彩910
定  價:NT.1,600(10本以上8折優惠,歡迎團購)

◆出  版:石頭出版股份有限公司
◆系列名稱:藝論叢書


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【內容簡介】
 

《陶瓷手記》為作者運用新出土的材料,改寫、增補過去二十年間所發表的隨興小品,將它們重新集結成書。全書分為四大篇章:
 
造型篇分析陶瓷器式在不同時代和地域的各種流變,並且探討中國陶瓷與東亞、中東、歐洲等地交流過程中所衍生的不同功能和審美趣味,當中涉及的文化交流史議題相當引人入勝。

紋飾技法篇探究陶瓷裝飾工藝、技法與文化意涵之間的關係,同時也考慮工藝與生活實用功能的連結,
陶瓷
紋飾的創生與變化提供全面性的思考角度。

臺灣出土貿易陶瓷篇
從臺灣近幾十年發掘出土的陶瓷遺物出發,向外連繫亞、歐廣袤幅員的沉船遺物和傳世收藏品,具體復原自大航海時代以來貿易陶瓷的歷史,尋求臺灣在世界貿易網絡及消費文化史上的定位。

中國外銷瓷與瓷窯考古篇除了探究十七至十八世紀中國外銷瓷的歷史、剖析其興衰緣由,並藉由考證陶瓷文獻及史料的真確性,重新探討特定瓷窯的諸多問題。

 
全書內容共二十三萬餘字,附九百多幅全彩插圖,不僅呈現作者深入陶瓷文化史核心的啟發性見解,亦反映學界最新的研究成果,是所有關心陶瓷與文化交流史人士值得閱讀的雅俗共賞佳作。
  
  
【作者介紹】
 
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謝明良

臺灣臺北市人,祖籍臺南縣。1955年生。日本成城大學文學博士。曾任臺灣國立故宮博物院助理研究員(19851991)、國立臺灣大學藝術史研究所副教授(19921996)、教授(19972008)、特聘教授(2008)、終身特聘教授(2008-)、德國海德堡大學客座教授(2002)、胡適紀念講座(20082009),現任國立臺灣大學藝術史研究所教授兼所長。曾編集《中國陶瓷史論文索引19001994》(石頭出版社,1998),主要著作有《貿易陶瓷與文化史》(允晨出版社,2005;獲臺灣大學傑出學術專書獎)、《六朝陶瓷論集》(國立臺灣大學出版社,2006;獲臺灣大學優良學術專書獎)、《中國陶瓷史論集》(允晨出版社,2007;獲臺灣大學傑出學術專書獎)。
 
 
【本書目次】
 

造型篇
 1-1 院藏兩件汝窯紙槌瓶及相關問題
 1-2 唾壺雜記
 1-3 關於玉壺春瓶
 1-4 關於唐代雙龍柄壺
 1-5 關於魚形壺從揚州唐城遺址出土例談起
 1-6 記皮囊式壺
 1-7 唐代黑陶缽雜識
 1-8 略談夾耳罐

紋飾技法篇
 2-1 略談對蝶紋
 2-2 「定州花瓷琢紅玉」非定窯紅瓷辨
 2-3 宋吉州窯剪紙漏花碗雜識
 2-4 金銀釦陶瓷及其有關問題
 2-5 關於鋦釘補瓷術
 2-6 記一件漢代青釉壺上的「升天圖」

臺灣出土貿易陶瓷篇
 3-1 記熱蘭遮城遺址出土的馬約利卡錫釉陶
 3-2 熱蘭遮城遺址出土的德國鹽釉炻器
 3-3 熱蘭遮城遺址出土的歐洲十九世紀炻器
 3-4 關於「清香」壺從臺灣發現例談起
 3-5 澎湖發現的十七世紀日本肥前青花瓷
 3-6 遺留在臺灣的東南亞古陶瓷從幾張老照片談起

中國外銷瓷與瓷窯考古篇
 4-1 十七至十八世紀中國對歐洲貿易中的瓷器
 4-2 關於所謂印坦沉船
 4-3 《清異錄》中的陶瓷史料
 4-4 東窯小記
 4-5 遼瓷札記
 4-6 中國初期鉛釉陶器新資料
 
 
 延伸閱讀:
《陶瓷手記2──亞洲視野下的中國陶瓷文化史》
《中國陶瓷史論文索引:1900~1994》
 
 

Notes on Ceramics.  Thoughts and Practices about History of Ceramics.

How do cultural relics with various background – unearthed archaeological materials on land, salvaged objects from sunk ships, and treasures preserved in museums and by collectors – become the key to unveil the mist of history? In this book, we will follow the thought of a ceramic historian, see how he traces the changes in styles, ornaments, and techniques of Chinese ceramics in the course of history with his insightful observations and bold reasoning based on the ceramic samples all around the world, finding the missing link connecting the trade network of Asia and Europe, taking us back to the world of ancient ceramics.


This book, entitled “Notes on Ceramics”, is a new collection of essays by the author in the past two decades, with modifications and amendments based on the newly excavated materials. It is divided into four main themes:

In the chapter of “Styles”, the author analyses the evolutionary tracks of ceramics in various eras and areas, discusses different functions and the fun of appreciating Chinese ceramics during the course of exchanging with East Asia, Middle East, and Europe. The issues on the history of cultural exchange are very intriguing. The “Skills of Ornamentation” part covers the relation between ornaments, skills and cultural implications of ceramics. It examines the link between techniques and practical functions in real-life as well, providing a comprehensive thinking on the genesis and alternations in ceramic ornamentation. “Trading Ceramics Excavated in Taiwan” starts from the ceramics unearthed in recent decades in Taiwan and further extends to the cultural relics from sunk ships and the collections of heirlooms spreading in Asia and Europe, restoring the trading ceramic history since the Age of Discovery, seeking a position of Taiwan in the global trading and consumption history. “Archaeology of Chinese Exporting Ceramics and Kilns” studies the history of Chinese exporting ceramics in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, discusses its rise and fall, and investigates issues on certain kilns associated with the validity of ceramic literatures and historical materials.

This book is consisted of more than 230,000 words, with more than 900 full-color illustrations. The author provides inspiring thoughts to the core of ceramic history, as well as presenting the state-of-art researches in academy. It is a masterpiece worth for ordinary people and scholars interested in ceramics and cultural exchanging history to read.
 

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