Taizo Yamada Kiseto square bowl autumn grass flower pottery Japanese Ceramic
This is a work called one Kiseto of the work of his lifework.
A slight green glaze is placed on a soft white glaze with a slight whiteness.
A long, withering Japanese pampas grass that signals the end of autumn,
The pale yellow reminds of a moonlit landscape.
Enjoy a meal at his Kiseto Bowl, which incorporates the aesthetics of the Momoyama period.
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Biography of Taizo Yamada:
In 1947, born in Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan.
In 1971, graduated from department of painting at Tama Art University, and joined Toppan Printing Co.,
Ltd. as planner/designer for printing of interior/exterior decorative materials.
In 1981, established ceramic studio Miyoshino, and started career as ceramic artist.
Height: 3.8cm (1.49inch)
Width: 14.9cm (5.86inch)
Thickness: 0.6cm (0.23inch)
total weight: 415g