Kraak is a style Chinese porcelain porcelain painting produced mainly from the Wanli reign until around 1640. Porcelain weith Krrak was one of the biggest Chinese exports to arrive in Europe large quantities, and was often featured in Dutch still life paintings,and as luxury commodity amongst the mercantile Flemish and Dutch elite.

Kraak porcelain is believed to be named after the Portuguese ships (Carracks) which brought the export to the Dutch shores.