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Korean Journal of Art History 2019;303:99-130.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31065/ahak.303.303.201909.004    Published online September 30, 2019.
고려시대 청자화분 연구
김 소 영
A Study on Goryeo Celadon Flower Pots
So-young Kim
Curator, Songam Art Museum
Received: 13 May 2019   • Revised: 14 June 2019   • Accepted: 10 August 2019
This study aims for overall analysis of the historical background, style, and dating of Goryeo celadon flower pots. In the production of Goryeo celadon flower pots, the Chinese influence was not strong but original styles were employed. As a tradition of flower planting culture was established since the Three Kingdoms period, flower pots were not new but familiar vessel that the people of Goryeo knew and had been using for a long time. Historical records reveal that trades of flowers and plants existed with Song and Yuan dynasties of China, but different species and florilegia were more commonly exchanged than vessels. The celadon flower pots were consistently produced for 300 years, from the early 12th century to the 14th century. Different vessels—cylindrical, pot-shaped, basin-shaped. squareshaped, or polygonal-shaped pots—gained or declined in popularity during this period, but cylindrical and polygonal-shapes prevailed and were continued in Joseon flower pots.
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