Teapot Art Illustrations
Illustrated teapot art shows appreciation for the beverage of tea and is a great home decor item.
A Practical Utensil Inspires Art
There is something special about drinking tea from a lovely teapot, isn't there? Teapots come in a variety of shapes and sizes and have inspired artists to illustrate their form for many years.
Who knows why an artist chooses to use this functional and practical kitchen item in their art? Perhaps it is the artful design of the teapots themselves or perhaps it is the comfort they receive from having enjoyed drinking the beverage of tea.
No matter what the reason there are many wonderful examples of teapot art that can be used in our home decor. Perfect for a kitchen or any room that you want to celebrate the teapot. I have found some fun examples of teapot art. Some are whimsical while others have an elegance about them but all honor the teapot.
Illustrations of Teapots Can Match Any Decor
The wonderful thing about adding some illustrated teapot art to your home or office decor is that it can fit just about any style that you need. You can find posters and prints that are art deco, Granny Chic, traditional, Asian, or contemporary in style.
It is relatively easy to find the color combinations that will work with your interior, too. Just like the teapots that have inpired the art, the illustrations come in all shapes, styles, and colors.
- Dining Room
- Feminine Bedroom
- Female Office Space
- Sun Room or Porch
- A Tea Shop
- Any room you like
Illustrated Teapot With An Asian Touch
|Asian Teapot II Art Poster Print by Marietta Cohen, 12x12|
Tea Pots Come From Many Mediums
The actual teapots that we use to serve our favorite blend of tea can be made from many mediums. There are fancy teapots of sterling silver or silverplate and usually come in a set to serve on a tray.
Some tea pots are made of red clay or terra cotta and are believed by many to make the tea taste even better. A popular type of clay pot is referred to as the Brown Betty. It has a simple and almost classic style but from what I can gather it isn't the color of the teapot or the shape but the fact that a special type of red clay is used to make the pot.
There are lovely porcelain teapots and ceramic teapots and even copper pots.
It is no wonder that artists for centuries have honored the little teapot by illustrating it in pictures for us to enjoy.
Even As A Child We Learned To Love The Teapot
A Poem About Tea
If you are cold, tea will warm you;
if you are too heated; it will cool you;
if you are depressed, it will cheer you;
if you are exhausted, it will calm you.
- William Gladstone
A Wonderful Book That May Explain Why Artists Love To Illustrate Teapots
we have had 400 years to admire and use them
|The Eccentric Teapot: Four Hundred Years of Invention|