Ancient Korean Goryeo (or Koryo) Dynasty Ceramic Gray Stoneware Porcelain Celadon Bowl with 3 Incised Chrysanthemum Flower Designs (One of Pair); Korea, Circa 918- 1392 CE. Traditional Korean Gray Stoneware Porcelain Is One Of The Major Attributes Which Differentiates Goryeo Ceramics From Those of Their Song Dynasty Contemporaries.
Ancient Korean Goryeo Dynasty Grey Stoneware Porcelain Celadon Bowls (PAIR), Korea, Circa 918- 1392 CE. Each of the Flawless Ceramics Incised with a Traditional Design of Three Chrysanthemum Flowers, One Glazed in An Almost Completely Translucent Variety of Celadon and The Other Glazed With A Celadon Just Barely Colored with A Stunning Shade of Ice or Shadow-Like Blue, A Uniquely Korean Creation Similar To The Fine Qingbai or Yingqing Wares of the Contemporary Chinese Song Dynasty.
Photo shows the view of Dong village of Huanggang, Liping County, southwest China's Guizhou Province. Dong village of Huanggang, built in ancient Song Dynasty (960-1279), attracts tourists home and abroad for its simple and unsophisticated ethnic life as well as unique architecture. http://www.chinatraveltourismnews.com/2016/08/unique-view-of-dong-village-of.html
About the Zhakou Panche Tu: “The Chinese painting of architectural subjects—buildings, boats, wheeled vehicles, and other mechanical apparatus—is called jiehua. … Under Northern Song court patronage, jiehua reached its zenith and, for the first time, gained recognition as an independent genre in contemporary art criticism.” —Heping Liu, “‘The Water Mill’ and Northern Song Imperial Patronage of Art, Commerce, and Science,” The Art Bulletin, 2002.