Ceramics are no stranger to us, because it is accompanied by all aspects of our lives. It is one of the earliest human civilization achievements, and it is the perfect combination of mud and fire.
China’s ceramic culture has a long history. As early as 15,000 years ago, the ancestors created pottery, and the Xia Shang porcelain sprouted. The Han Dynasty has been able to burn mature porcelain. So far, ceramics still live with us, enriching and beautifying our material life. And the spiritual world. Porcelain used to be the “ambassador” to show the glory of China in the world, and even China (porcelain) in English became the symbol and synonym of China.
The development of ceramics in Bayu has also gone through the same process, from the quaint Daxi painted pottery, the vivid Han Dynasty pottery, the multi-colored Song Sancai, to the unique Qingyanggong kiln, kiln, Yutang kiln, Guangyuan kiln, magnetic peak The kiln, the Liulichang kiln… all show the natural and simple charm of the Bashu ceramics. Although she does not have the exquisite luxury of the official kiln porcelain, it reflects the rich life atmosphere. In particular, the colorful spots, spotting and painting of the kiln have expanded the new world of ceramic decorative art. The long-awaited fuel-saving lamp is a very meaningful invention. Here are also the works of other kiln departments in the country. They are like poems, picturesque paintings, such as fine wines; jade-like, silver-like, snow-like, telling the beautiful story of ancient Chinese porcelain.
Sichuan Museum Ceramic Collection bring through the millennium time and space, open the door of ceramic art, and appreciate her style and style!
The Sichuan Museum was founded in 1941 and has a history of more than 70 years. There are more than 320,000 pieces of cultural relics in the museum, including more than 50,000 pieces of precious cultural relics. In 2009, the new museum of Sichuan Museum was completed. Covering an area of more than 88 acres, the new museum is located in the Huanhuaxi Historical and Cultural Scenic Area in Chengdu. It is the largest comprehensive museum in the Southwest and plays an important role in the national public museum.
The Sichuan Museum currently has 14 exhibition halls with a total area of 12,000 square meters, including 10 permanent exhibitions including calligraphy and painting, ceramics, bronzes, ethnic cultural relics, arts and crafts, Tibetan Buddhism, Wanfo Temple stone carvings, Zhang Daqian calligraphy and paintings, and Han Dynasty pottery art. 4 temporary exhibition halls for holding various temporary exhibitions. The new pavilion also has an academic lecture hall that can accommodate more than 200 people for various large-scale conferences and academic lectures.
The Sichuan Museum has more than 260,000 pieces of cultural relics in its collection, including more than 50,000 precious cultural relics. The Sichuan Museum has more than 30 full-time and part-time researchers. It has researched and published academic works such as the “Sichuan Museum’s “Gesar” Thangka Study”, “Sichuan Unearthed Buddhist Studies in the Southern Dynasties”, “Collection of Paintings and Calligraphy Collections”. In 2011, the “Sichuan Museum’s Rehabilitation Capacity Improvement” project was established by the State Administration of Cultural Heritage as one of the two pilot projects in the country. In October 2012, it was rated as a national first-class museum.
In 2009, the new museum of Sichuan Museum was completed in Chengdu Huanhuaxi Historical and Cultural Scenic Area. The new hall covers an area of more than 88 acres, with an investment of more than 300 million yuan, a total area of 12,000 square meters, the main building is 32026 square meters, the scale is four times the original museum, the number of exhibition halls is 14 and the exhibition hall area is about 12635 square meters, including There are 10 permanent exhibitions such as calligraphy and painting, ceramics, bronzes, ethnic relics, arts and crafts, Tibetan Buddhism, Wanfo Temple stone carvings, Zhang Daqian calligraphy and painting, Han Dynasty ceramic stone art, and 4 temporary exhibition halls for various temporary exhibitions. The new pavilion also has an academic lecture hall that can accommodate more than 200 people for various large-scale conferences and academic lectures.
The main building adopts the traditional Chinese architectural elements of “door, church, gallery” to form a spatial sequence. The main building organizes various functions around the “T” shaped atrium. The underground floor is the garage and equipment room, and the bottom floor is the cultural relics warehouse and repair room. The second floor is the exhibition area, which is directly accessed from the outdoor large platform. The exhibition is divided into three floors. The first floor is the Sichuan Han Dynasty ceramic stone art exhibition and the multi-function hall conference reception room; the second floor is the Bayu bronze exhibition hall, ceramic boutique exhibition hall, calligraphy and painting hall, Zhang Daqian works exhibition; the third floor is Tibetan Buddhist Relics Museum, Wanfo Temple Stone Carving Hall, Sichuan National Cultural Relics Exhibition, Arts and Crafts Museum, Centennial Sichuan Pavilion.
The west side of the main building is an office area with a training center, scientific research office and information center. The southeast side is connected to the main building with an empty commercial corridor, with shops and tea shops.