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Camellia Chawan Tea Bowl by Ono Hakuko
Please refer to our stock # 107 when inquiring.
Golden Camellia blossom all bout theoutside of this lovely wan-gata Chawan by the famous female artist Ono Hakuko enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Kinrande Chawan. The pattern is created by applying gold foil to the surface before firing. Here she has cut the gold foil into patterns of camellia blossoms, and applied them over red glaze to great effect. The design is both feminine and powerful.
Size, D 12.6 cm ( 5.0 inches) H 7.4 cm ( 3.0 inches)
From Aichi prefecture, Hakuko was trained by her father initially in the ceramic arts. However she was most strongly influenced by the great experimentive artist Kato Hajime (1901-1968) and his work with gold. This affected her own style deeply, and it can be said that she carried on his research. She was awarded the JCS award in 1980, one of Japans most prestigious ceramics awards. In 1992 she was named an important cultural asset (Juyo mukei bunkazai) of Saga prefecture. Bucking the traditional image here is another of Japans great cultural assets who fought against a system of prejudice to rise to the top and it is an honor to be able to offer something by her. For more on this important modern artist see Touch Fire, contemporary Japanese Ceramics by Women Artists (2009).
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