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Collection de porcelaine de Dresde, en Saxe, redessiné par Peter Marino. L'un des panneaux "Famille Verte".

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722), about 1700 - 1720. Porcelain Collection. PO 6933. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 5.9 cm, D. 35.8 cm. © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

August the Strong had a special passion for Chinese porcelain famille verte style, a term that in 1862 by Albert Jacquemart (1808 - 1875) was used for the first time. The glaze colors of the famille verte appear bright and clear on a white background, which is an integral part of the composition. The porcelain is imaginative, complex patterns, and often small, filled frames fit into tightly woven patterns that cover the entire surface. The Dresden collection has both jewel-like single pieces as well as large attachments and bowl of this type. The bowl represents a technical and artistic high point of the painterly style of decorations of famille verte represents the bowl is in the mirror with bamboo, pine and painted Prunuszweigen growing out of a rock and be swarmed by insects. One swallow sitting on the blooming Prunuszweig, two more flying around. Similar to the painting or on woodcuts a small red seal is applied to the left free surface of the Fund. On the edge of the bowl there is a border with flowers and insects, as well as auspicious symbols in fruit-shaped image segments. (Exhibition label panel arch wall famille verte).

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 6929. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6.0 cm, D. 35.4 cm © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 6932. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6.5 cm, D. 38.8 cm. © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 6932. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6.5 cm, D. 38.8 cm © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 6927. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6.7 cm, D. 38.6 cm © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 3040. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6.7 cm, D. 39.4 cm © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 3039. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6.6 cm, D. 38.5 cm. © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 3043. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6.1 cm, D. 35.7 cm © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 3038. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6,7 cm, D. 39,3 cm © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 3037. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6,8 cm, D. 38,8 cm © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 3035. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6,5 cm, D. 38,4 cm © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722). Porcelain Collection. PO 3036. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6,6 cm, D. 39,6 cm © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

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Charger. China, Jingdezhen, Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), Kangxi era (1662 - 1722), 1700 - 1710. Porcelain Collection. PO 3034. Porcelain, painted in overglaze enamels of the "family verte" green, turquoise, iron red, blue, aubergine, black and gold. H. 6.9 cm, D. 39 cm. © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden 2013

The picturesque setting of this flat shell form two kingfishers on a lotus pond. Maybe a color woodcut served as a template. From in an unusual manner indicated by slight light gray wash and diffuse light blue bubbles water surface grows a gorgeous blossomed lotus flower in bright pink, the tips of the petals leaves are shaded in darker red, the backs heightened mannered with gold, clearly visible is the characteristic inflorescence. Behind the lotus flower is a large leaf unfolded in bright green, which a grasshopper sits on. In the foreground young, not yet fully unfolded leaves are visible in bright turquoise green, and an already converted unkenes, old sheet with frayed edges in a dull green. Enhance the scenic character of the decor nor the two painted with fine brush strokes kingfishers on a reed branch that extends diagonally into the image area. Similar to the painting or on woodcuts a small red seal is applied to the left, left free surface of the Fund. The two characters lin ju, "live in the forest," in seal script form a typical Chinese artist name. The decor is the most since the Song Dynasty (960 - 1279) kept the genre of "flower and bird painting." The rear of the shell surrounds a strong blue band, which forms an interesting contrast with the green tones of the painting, and the rim is decorated with a border of tiny painted flowers, a flowering Prunuszweig, peonies and chrysanthemums on finely dotted light green background in sophisticated colors. The shell provides a technical and artistic high point of the painterly style of decorations of "family verte" dar. (From: La maladie de porcelaine, East Asian Porcelain from the Collection of Augustus the Strong, Leipzig 2001, p 72).