HIS102Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Chinoiserie, Japanese Pottery And Porcelain, Chinese Art

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Historians sometimes characterize this as a period of isolation because of limited contact with erope, but china and japan both had extensive relations wit other parts of east and. If part of the chinese system you can be a king but not an emperor. Japanese porcelain in europe: first developed in jingdezhen, china. Imported to europe by dutch, portuguese etc: became popular in europe (called china), though shortage emerged with the fall of the ming. Empire: european companies made imitations, strong development in european ceramic styles, delft, (meissen) are two of the european ceramic centres that were heavily impacted by. Japan as empire: failed attempt to take over korea, admiral yi, a korean fighter was able to protect his country with the turtle boat (arrows bounce off the shell) Conclusion: china and japan did have deliberate policies of limiting european contact. Both evenutally expelled the jesuits because they caused social and political disruption, not necessarily because they feared foreign ideas.

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