The Evolution of Glazed Chinese Stoneware from the 4th to the 13th Century in China

From the 4th to the 13th century the emergence of iron oxide glazes led to the creation of brown and black wares. Phoenix Art Museum’s collection spans the Six Dynasties period to their height of their popularity in the Song Dynasty. Join collectors and Museum supporters Stephen and Gail Rineberg as they explore this facet of the Asian Art collection. 

Image Credit

Unknown, China, Cizhou bowl with white rim. Northern Song, Stoneware with dark brown glaze. Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, Gift of Gail and Stephen Rineberg.

Presented by:
Asian Arts Council

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