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Massive Platter by Banura Shiro, Grapes

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A huge Shallow basin decorated with grape vines in various colors on an earthy base by Banura Shiro enclosed in the original signed wooden box. It is 49 cm diameter, 10 cm tall (20 x 4 inches) and is in fine condtion. Due to size this piece will require special shipping consideration.
Shiro was born the fourth son of Living National Treasure for Lacquerware. His sensitivity to textures may stem from that exacting influence. Although his older brother succeeded the family tradition (another branching into paper arts), Shiro, after graduating the Kyoto University of Fine Art, apprenticed in the plastic arts under Kawamura Kitaro (1899-1966). He has an impressive list of exhibitions, including a private exhibition at the Umeda Kindai Bijutsu-Ten as well as the Niponbashi Mitsukoshi, Takashimaya, and Ikebukuro Tobu, the equivalent of being displayed on New Yorks Fifth Avenue or other cities most Trendy streets, as well as many international exhibitions. Like most Iga-area artists, his output is low, but quality and originality high, making his work very much in demand.