Studying from the Bronze Ware of Change of Dragon Patterns to Authenticate the Pre-Chin Dynasty Design Aesthetic Proposition

By Chao Hsi Ho, Li-Chun Huang and Pen-Yi Chang.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Egypt, Mesopotamia, ancient India and China, the four big ancient civilizations, have experienced the Bronze Age, they launch the Bronze ware manufacture the opportunity, all just when in politics and economy developed vigorous development stage. Bronze-ware of the Pre-Chin Dynasty, with its high degree of history, art and craft values and superb casting technology for world-famous, it is not only important to the ancient religious ritual of the ceremony, but it is also daily life appliances. It is the representative of Chinese bronze works. However, the academic studies of bronze ware of the Pre-Chin Dynasty are focused on interpretation of inscriptions, archaeological dating or ware of the appearance of shapes and decorative patterns, but ignore design aesthetic research of bronze ware. The dragon pattern design in the decorative art of China is the most oldest. Therefore, this article will introduce “dragon-shaped decorations,” and will use the design transformation of dragon pattern decoration in bronze ware to verify the Pre-Chin Dynasty design aesthetic proposition.

Keywords: Bronze Ware of the Pre-Chin Dynasty Dragon Pattern, Pre-Chin Dynasty Design Aesthetic Proposition

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp.165-178. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.670MB).

Chao Hsi Ho

Associate Professer, Department of Architecture and Inter Design, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology Taiwan, Touliu, Yunlin, Taiwan

Li-Chun Huang

Student, Doctoral Program, Graduate School of Design, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology Taiwan, Touliu, Yunlin, Taiwan

I am a doctoral graduate students and also an elementary school teacher. Spare time,I like reading books, listening to music, dancing and singing. My academic specialty is art education and art history research. But for the School of Design have a strong interest. I engaged in artistic creation is the most happy time. I also believe that the theoretical study is the benefit of my creation.

Pen-Yi Chang

Student of Graduate School of Design-Doctor Program, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Yunlin, Taiwan


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