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Contemporary Shiro-Hagi Plate by Miwa Kyusetsu XI

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Contemporary Shiro-Hagi Plate by Miwa Kyusetsu XI
Thick white glaze has crawled back, leaving exposed portions of dark rough clay on this large shiro-yu Hagi Plate by Living National Treasure Miwa Kyusetsu XI enclosed in the original signed wooden box. The dish is 28.5 cm (11 inches) diameter, 5 cm (2 inches) tall and in excellent condition. The box has been stained by smoke on the edges.
This is from the Matsui family collection of Fushimi, an extensive collection of art objects encompassing many aspects of crafts, including sculpture, Pottery and Metalwork, largely from Kyoto area Artists.
Kyusetsu was born the third son of Miwa Setsudo, and studied first with his Brother and father, and later (at the age of 31) with Kawakita Handeishi. He was named an intangible cultural property in 1983 (Living National Treasure). Works by him line the shelves of some of the most important collections in the world, including the Musuem of Modern Art, Tokyo.

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