Loading

Black Raku Tea Bowl, yakinuki type, called KAZE TADASHIKU IPPAN KAKARU

Raku Kichizaemon2003

Sagawa Art Museum

Sagawa Art Museum

The source of the name “KAZE TADASHIKU IPPAN KAKARU” refers to the phase from a classic Chinese poem. The piece is made by using a hand-forming technique, which is the traditional style of Raku ware. This is a thin, shoe-shaped tea bowl with a part of the rim being pushed inward. The piece is coated with many different glazes, such as a vivid cobalt, an ash, a chromium and a black glaze. Short lines flowing in a belt shape look as if sail-fringes are fluttering in the wind. The double foot is seen as Karatsu and Shino Ware. This work is one of the “Day Voyage” series.

Show lessRead more

Details

Recommended

Home
Explore
Nearby
Profile