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English Summary

The Connoisseurship of Ceramic: from Chien-lung Emperors Point


of View
NSC 91-2411-H-002-071
HSIEH Ming-liang
Graduate Institute of Art History
National Taiwan University

The purpose of this project is planning to examine the root reason why the
Emperor Chien Lung paying so much attention to pottery making through the
viewpoint of connoisseurship in ceramics. Besides, this project aims to discover
the political intention hidden behind the imperial wares at Chien Lung period. In
other words, this project endeavors to gather together and analyze the poems and
writing authored by the Emperor Chien Lung and the documents from Qing-Gong
Work Department to reach at the goal of the project. Secondly, from the standpoint
of the area of East Asia, the project is going to explore the ceramic restoration from
Qing-Gong Work Department , in order to reveal Chien Lung emperors ideal
towords the restoration of ceramics.
Keywords: the Emperor Chien Lung, ceramics, imperial wares, ceramic restoration

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