File:På porslinsvasen galopperar en soldat mot Bowangberget, 1627-1644 - Hallwylska museet - 107684.tif

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Porslinsvas med motiv som visar soldat till häst mot Bowangberget, 1627-1644. motiv från Slaget om Bowangberget.
Nyckelord: Föremålsbild, Figurer, Kina, Ryttare, Häst, Porslin
Svenska: VAS, med kupigt sekundärt skruvlock och mynningsbeslag av silver. Kurbitsformig, på fotkant, nedre delen sfärisk, den övre päronformig och utdragen i en smal hals med något utsvängd mynning. På nedre delen dekor med figurer i ett landskap. Upptill en bård av blommor, mellan dessa stora och små blad. På halsen två grupper med en tulpanliknande blomma, mellan dessa bladornament. Underglasyrmålning i blåvitt på fotkanten blottor samt rester efter strösanden. Inköpt av Wilhelmina von Hallwyl från konsthandlaren J. Bosshard, Luzern genom herr Carl Ulrik Palm, 1911.Vasen har alldeles säkert tillverkats för export, det visar de västerländska beslag som lagts till för att dölja en skada på halsen, men har trots det en livfull dekor som hämtats från den kinesiska litteraturen. Den avbildar »Slaget om Bowangberget« från kapitel 39 i Romansen om de tre kungadömena. Hjälten, Liu Bei, en lysande politiker och ledare som grundade kungadömet Shu Han år 221, skickade sina trupper för att lägga sig i bakhåll för fienden.Han satte också eld på sina omgivningar och med hjälp av starka vindar spreds elden så att fiendetrupperna blev panikslagna och snubblade när de försökte fly. På vasen galopperar en hästburen soldat mot Bowangberget, följdav trupper med flammande facklor i händerna. På baksidan syns Liu Bei som driver sin häst uppåt med en piska.Porcelain vase in gourd form decorated in underglaze blue, with later silver mount. Ming dynasty, Chongzhen period (1628-44). Although the vase was clearly exported, as the Western mount added to conceal damage to the neck demonstrates, it has a lively decoration taken from Chinese literature. This depicts the “Battle of Mount Bowang”, Chapter 39 in Romance of the Three Kingdoms. The hero Liu Bei, brilliant politician and leader who founded the state of Shu Han in 221, set troops to ambush his enemies. He also torched his surroundings, and strong winds helped to spread the fire so that the enemy troops panicked and stumbled as they attempted to flee. On the vase, a soldier on horseback gallops towards Mount Bowang with troops behind him carrying flaming torches, and at the rear is seen Liu Bei urging his horse upwards with a whip.
Date from 1627 until 1644
date QS:P571,+1650-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P580,+1627-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P582,+1644-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium silver
medium QS:P186,Q1090
- porcelain
medium QS:P186,Q130693
Dimensions Height: 34 cm (13.3 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,34U174728
institution QS:P195,Q4346239
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Place of creation China
Source LSH 107684 (hm_dig16532)
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