24447 人間国宝 浜田庄司 (琉球窯赤繪面取注瓶) HAMADA Syoji
Height 17.6 cm
Width 17.6 cm
Depth 12.8 cm
He is one of the representatives of the Japanese ceramic art world in the 20th century.
He travels around the world. He established "folk art" that connects life and art, and is the most famous Japanese potter.
The sugar corn that he draws on his square bottles, plates, and bottles is simple, powerful, and extremely popular both at home and abroad.
As Hamada himself said, "I found a way in Kyoto, started in England, studied in Okinawa, and grew up in Mashiko." Among Hamada's works, the position of the work produced in Ryukyu is very important and it is a work in Mashiko. A rare gem with a very small number of productions.
This work is the best work that is very nicely baked.
There is a bookmark of Ramando in Utsunomiya City, and Japanese paper is pasted on it, so it seems to be an exhibition exhibition work.