Chinese porcelain in European painting
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Chinese porcelain in European painting is known from the 16th century, following the importation of Chinese porcelain wares into Europe.
==Italian precedents (15th–16th century)==
In Italy, the first known depiction of Chinese porcelain bowls is from the ''The Feast of the Gods'' by Giovanni Bellini (1514).〔(''Bazaar to piazza: Islamic trade and Italian art, 1300–1600'' by Rosamond E. Mack p.105''ff'' )〕 The style of the bowls is that of the Ming dynasty blue and white porcelain type, maybe examples of which are known to have been exported in Persia, Syria and Egypt.〔 The painting by Bellini was a request by Duke Alfonso I d'Este, who was known for his interest in Chinese porcelain. It seems that Bellini found samples of the Chinese ware not through trade, but among diplomatic gifts received by Venice from the Mamluke Sultans in 1498 (gift to Doge Barbarigo), and in 1498 and 1508 (gift to the Signoria).〔
Some earlier examples are known though, although it is unclear if they are Chinese or Islamic prototypes, as in the ''Madonna and Child'' by Francesco Benaglio (1460–70), or the ''Adoration of the Magi'' by Andrea Mantegna (1495–1505).〔
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