ART110 Wk4: Activities: LACMA

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When I went to the LACMA in Los Angles on Monday with my friend, we took a visit on Korean and Chinese art museums.  I have been interested in the antique since many years ago and influenced by the songs, the articles and the porcelains in scenes of TV series deeply. So it is the part I most focus on in these two museums.

Similarities: Both the photographs above are about the antique in the older Chinese dynasty.  They all made to be utensils or ornamentals. The antique are sorted by the timeline of dynasties form right to left.

Differences: The antique in the left picture are from earlier dynasties than that on the right, they are chinaware. The right picture shown is bronze ware. Some of them on the left came from famous area focus on only one kind production because the craftsmanship was ripe enough during that time.

Here are some other artworks shown in these two museums:

The antique in Korean Museum:

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The statues of bodhisattva:

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Red-lacquer floor lantern:


Lacquerware in Chinese earlier dynasties:

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