How Turkish Ceramic Objects Change Your Home

Anatolian lands have been an important metaphor for the earthen arts  since the ancient times. Ceramic works have been among the national arts since the Turks in Central Asia. 

The longing for the green color in the steppes became immortal in the turquoise green of the ceramics in Anatolia.

Turkish tile and ceramic art began in the thirteenth century, it has made a major development between the thirteen and nineteenth centuries, and came to the present day.

Turkish ceramics are superior ceramics with smooth dough reminiscent of porcelain, distinguished colors and masterful patterns.

Under the strict and high quality transparent glaze, the patterns processed with wonderful colors are dominated by tulip, carnation, fish, sea, dragon, galleon, snake, chintemani.

Today's original ceramic objects, which we described as a work of art in the past, have become a part of our life with their functional sizes.

The interaction with painting art and pictorial narrative of Turkish ceramic art has made these decorative objects indispensable for all cultures.
In fact, the ceramic surface has always retained its charm for painters. Looking at the art of the world, artists such as Picasso, Dali, Miro, Matisse used the ceramic surface as a new artistic expression tool, as well as today many painters have done studies on the ceramic surface on various occasions and exhibited.
The pictorial narrative has been used as an instrument of expression throughout the history of ceramics, and will continue to be an integral part of it.

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