At the end of this month we’ll be moving a short two-minute walk away right in front of the Philosopher’s Path! New place exterior photo attached, And today from a private collection we received three smaller Furutani Michio works(Middle Sold) and an Otani Shiro jar(Sold) as well. All… More
Tsuji Seimei (1927-2008) made a lot of work in his lifetime yet surprisingly few tsubo-jars, as a matter of fact at the 2017 major Tsuji retrospective held at the Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Crafts Gallery out of 152 displayed pieces there were only two tsubo and one was a lidded one. So here are… More
Green/170,000 yen. Shigaraki Sold
That’s how a similar Isezaki So(b.1968) jar is described in the major Bizen exhibition that is traveling Japan now, started in Tokyo this February and is now showing at the Miho Museum ending at the Aichi Prefectural Cermaic Art Museum early autumn 2020. This once-in-a-lifetime exhibition… More
Inoue Taishu(b.1941) is a legendary Shodai potter located in Kumamoto prefecture. He studied in Kyoto with Morino Kako, father of Taimei, and then established his own kiln in 1965 before moving to his present location in 1968. His met all the Mingei greats of the day and is, of course, one himself…. More
Four iron-glazed jars by the legendary Koie Ryoji (b.1938), one of the world’s most important 20th century ceramic artists, new to the gallery today. The smallest is 32.cm. tall and all are in perfect condition with signed boxes. More details photos on request.
Each 180,000 yen
Tsujimura Kai created and fired this elongated/curving neck Tsurukubi vase, it has grace in its form and firing. In perfect condition with a signed box, 29cm.tallx15cm. wide at base, signed. One flower.
Here are two jars by two important ceramic artists; a seihakuji bluish-white porcelain by Fukami Sueharu(b.1947) and a neriage marbled one by Matsui Koyo(b.1962). Each is very uniform all around in terms of glazing and design, both better in person in terms of color. The Fukami is… More
Here is a haunting Tokoname chawan-tea bowl by the legendary Ezaki Issei(1918-1992). If you’re not aware of Ezaki please search our archives for more on this ‘Phantom’ Living National Treasure. It’s haunting in the ash-glazing as well as being very shibui, maybe due to a… More