The realm of dreams
Philadelphia Museum of Art Collection
– Morning –
The inspiration comes from Monet’s 1888 oil painting “Morning at Antibes.”
In Monet’s eyes, different light and air can transform into numerous scenes.
“Morning at Antibes” is an oil painting that he created in beautiful Antibes. He was charmed by the wonderful scenery and lights of the Mediterranean.
He said: “The scenery here is extremely beautiful, yet it is difficult to start the painting.” He was afraid that his painting would ruin the beauty of Antibes.
Claude Monet / Morning at Antibes 1888
Oil on canvas 25-7/8 x 32-5/16 inches Philadephia Museum of Art
The designer Yin Chang lived along the Mediterranean shore for some time. The painting “Morning at Antibes” reminded him of those beautiful times.
Through his creation, Chang tried to keep the unforgettable scene of morning on the porcelain piece “Morning”.
The sunshine, the leaves and the blue sea were sculpted on the round vase. The scenery on the painting was transformed into three-dimensional art extending 360 degrees, leaving the eternal imprints of time.