Kyoto’s Morino Taimei(b.1934) is one of Japan’s most celebrated ceramic artists domestically and internationally. One of his signature glaze schemes is seen on this blue and gold work. His works are in public and private collections worldwide. In perfect condition, 25cm.tallx14.1,… More
Hot off the press, Kakurezaki Ryuichi has been designated an Okayama Prefecture Intangible Cultural Property, and we couldn’t be happier for him as RYYG as a three-decade association with this Bizen artist. At the gallery now we have his works shown. The tall tsurukubi is 36cm.tall and is… More
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Those who have followed RYYG know our admiration for the late Furutani Michio(1946-2000). With that said here is the largest Furutani henko we’ve ever handled by far, it’s 55cm.tallx62cm.acrossx14c.deep, there are kintsugi repairs that only add character as such a work was blasted by… More
700,000 yen including delivery.
Kitaoji Rosanjin (1883-1959) is one of the most important and influential Japanese artists of the 20th century, as most of you know. His work is highly valued in all areas he worked in; if you are not familiar with Rosanjin I suggest reading ‘The Art of Rosanjin’ by Sidney Cardozo or… More
Followers of our gallery know what a big fan we are of Bizen’s Harada Shuroku(b.1941)–here’s a link to a 2000 article to find out why:https://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2000/08/12/arts/bringing-out-the-flavor-of-the-clay/#.W0r6nNUza70 We’re lucky to have received two… More
Isezaki Koichiro(b.1974) is a rising Bizen star taking forms into new directions; he studied sculpture at university and did an apprenticeship in the US with Jeff Shapiro and that combined with his sensitive-open spirit–plus being the son of LNT Isezaki Jun–has nurtured his creations to a high… More
120,000 yen each.