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A Study on the Art Characteristics of Painted Pottery Based on the Theory of Teacher Creation

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DOI: 10.23977/jfar.2021.010220 | Downloads: 3 | Views: 230


Wang Cheng 1, Shao Shi-jia 1


1 School of Art , Anhui University of Finance and Economics, Bengbu, Anhui, 233020, China

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Wang Cheng


Jieshou painted pottery is a kind of local folk painted pottery in Jieshou City, Anhui Province. It has a long history. Its firing skills have been selected into a number of national intangible cultural heritage lists. It is an important cultural and material product in folk arts. It embodies the aesthetic trend of Chinese folk art advocating nature and pursuing harmony. This paper applies the aesthetic theory of “outside teacher creation, Zhongde Xinyuan” to the study of the first painted pottery, combines the two, explores the aesthetic characteristics and cultural connotations of the first painted pottery in the intangible cultural heritage of our country, and shows the folk culture. Carry forward Chinese excellent traditional culture.


Theory of creation, The boundary first painted pottery, The folk custom culture, Folklore characteristics, Decorative properties


Wang Cheng, Liu Qing-xiang, A Study on the Art Characteristics of Painted Pottery Based on the Theory of Teacher Creation. Journal of Frontiers in Art Research (2021) Vol. 1: 90-893. DOI:


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