24911 人間国宝 浜田庄司 (琉球窯 赤繪丸紋茶盌「赤繪」(鵬雲斎)) HAMADA Syoji
A precious red-painted tea bowl created in Okinawa by Shoji Hamada. It is a nostalgic and gentle red painting than the red painting that is generally seen.
Shoji Hamada is one of the representatives of the Japanese ceramic art world in the 20th century. He travels around the world. He is one of the most famous Japanese potters, establishing "folk art" that connects life and art. The sugarcane designs he draws on his square bottles, plates, and flat jars are simple yet strong, and are extremely popular both in Japan and overseas.
Hamada himself said, ``I found my way in Kyoto, started in England, studied in Okinawa, and grew up in Mashiko. A rare gem with a very small number of productions.
This work is the best work that is very wonderful when baked.