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Research Paper | Art and Architecture | Vietnam | Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021
Aesthetic Similarities Between Patterns on Phung Nguyenpottery in the North of Vietnam and Those on Ancient Pottery in the Southeast Asia and South China
MA. Nguyen Quang Hung
Abstract: Pottery is one of the most important criteria to study the aesthetic level of prehistoric people, in which decorative patterns are important evidence objects prove their creativity. Through the study of patterns on pottery, it can confirm that there was a multi-dimensional artistic contact exchange between the Phung Nguyen period in the North of Vietnam and Southeast Asia, and South China. Research on decorative patterns on ancient pottery needs to be based on archeological artifacts, but the pattern engraved with dotted lines, the letter S is considered a typical characteristic appearing mostly on pottery in the Southeast Asia region, South China. It demonstrates the similarity in the aesthetic creativity level of the prehistoric agricultural residents of Southeast Asia and South China. This research compares some typical patterns on Phung Nguyen pottery in the North of Vietnam with the same pattern of pottery in the same chronology in Southeast Asia and South China to find the similarities about the creativity and aesthetic value shown in pottery of this period.
Keywords: Decorative pattern, Aesthetic similarity, Phung Nguyen Pottery
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021,
Pages: 1479 - 1482