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Kiyomizu Rokubei V (1875-1959) (Scroll down for more information.)
Rokubei V studied painting under Kōno Bairei and Takeuchi Seihō, and in 1895, he exhibited his first ceramic piece at the National Industrial Exposition. He was particularly skilled at celadon and traditional overglazed enamel. In 1928 he changed the family name to Kiyomizu and applied it retroactively to previous generations. Later Rokubei V took the art name, Rokuwa, when he retired in 1945 and continued to produce ceramics until his death in 1959.
Height: 11 inches
Width: 5 inches
Age: Showa (1928-1945)
Mark: Impressed "Sei" in a hexagon