New works to the gallery by Kobayashi Hideo, from our archives, “Kobayashi Hideo(b.1951) is a Kyoto veteran ceramic artist who has had a most stellar career after graduating from the Kyoto University of Art in 1975; his first award came soon thereafter in 1980 at the Kyoto Prefectural Arts… More
Kimura Moriyasu(b.1935) is a tenmoku Wizard; his glazes take the viewer to distance galaxies or a quiet place within. Here are seven recently fired hai–another word for sake cups in an open form–that are on the large-side, each about 10.5cm.widex5cm.tall, each in perfect condition,… More
45,000 yen each
Born in Hagi in 1951 Kaneko Nobuhiko is a multi-award winning artist including the Grand Prize at the Asahi Ceramic Exhibition in 2004, the 2003 Yamaguchi Prefecture Culture Award, the Grand Prize at the 2001 Mashiko Ceramic Exhibition and the Asahi Ceramic Exhibition Award of Excellence in 1998,… More
Kyoto-based ceramic artist Kondo Yutaka (1932-1983) was quite an inventive ceramic artist, known for his sumi-nagare (flowing ink), Mishima, ash-glazes and kohiki styles. Yutaka was the first son of Living National Treasure Kondo Yuzo (brother of Hiroshi, uncle to Takahiro) and he had a wonderful… More
We’re very pleased to offer for the first time the works of Setsu Junji, a Kyoto born (’75) and raised ceramic artist we first noticed a few years ago. His works are *very* distinctive for his original technique of ‘drawing’ on clay slabs to create enigmatic designs than… More
Shimizu Uichi (1926-2004) was designated a Living National Treasure in 1985 for his iron glazes.Here is a dynamically-glazed iron jar with various ‘landscapes’ seen with each turn. In perfect condition with a signed box, 21.8cm.tall, dating to the 1960s.
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