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Koie Ryoji O-buri Oribe Chawan Tea Bowl
Please refer to our stock # 122 when inquiring.
A large bowl covered in rich Oribe green by Koie Ryoji enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Oribe Chawan. Asymetric lines scar the blanketed green body, the rim undulating like ripples on a pond around the misshapen form. An excellent example of this important artists work.
Size, D 14.2 x 15.1 cm ( 5.9 inches) H 9.2 cm ( 3.6 inches)
Born in Tokoname, 1938, Koie Ryoji graduated the Tokoname industrial school and moved on to work at the City Ceramic Research Facility. In 1966 he established his own studio. He has exhibited with the Asahi Ceramic Exhibition, Nihon Togeiten National Ceramic Exhibitoin, Largely displayed and prized, he was most recently awarded the Japan Ceramic Society Gold Award in 2008, the most prestigious of pottery prizes in Japan. His work is held in the National Museums of Modern Art both in Tokayo and Kyoto among many others. For more see Japanese Studio Crafts: Tradition and the Avant-Garde (Rupert Falukner, 1994) or Contemporary Clay: Japanese ceramics for the new century (2005 Joe Earle) .
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