24227 人間国宝 浜田庄司 (鐵絵花瓶) HAMADA Shoji
Height 28.0 cm
Diameter 15.2 cm
He studied the basics of ceramic art under the master of modern Japanese ceramic art [Itaya Hazan] and devoted himself to glaze research with the master of the folk art world [Kawai Kanjiro].
A living national treasure [Shoji Hamada], a living national treasure that pushes Mashiko ware, which is famous for folk craft pottery, to the essence of the art field and still has collectors all over the world as a world-famous potter.
This work is a work in which you can feel the ultimate folk art beauty that Professor Shoji Hamada aimed at, such as the comfortable usability that can be said to be the true value of folk art pottery pursuing "beauty of use".
The soft and quaint atmosphere peculiar to Mingei is also a big highlight, and it is a supreme gem with a simple yet deep artistry.