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Kutani yaki 九谷焼 - Isokichi Asakura 浅蔵五十吉 - Statuetta - Kutani ware ornament depicting a sitting cow - Porcellana
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Kutani yaki 九谷焼 - Isokichi Asakura 浅蔵五十吉 - Statuetta - Kutani ware ornament depicting a sitting cow - Porcellana

This is a cow figurine made by Isokichi Asakura. It depicts a person riding on top of a cow. This is a cute figurine made of ceramic. Both the cow's face and the human's face are not precisely sculpted, but the vague atmosphere they create is very soft and gentle. I think it would look great no matter where you place it, such as your room or entryway. Asakura Isokichiwas a Japanese ceramic artist and a selected artist of Kutani ware. His real name was Yosaku. In 1981, he received the Japan Art Academy Award. In 1984, he became a member of the Japan Art Academy, and in 1992, he was designated as a Person of Cultural Merit. In 1996, he became the first Kutani ware artist to receive the Order of Culture. In 1993, the Asakura Isokichi Museum of Art was opened in his hometown of Terai Town. On April 9, 1998, he passed away due to respiratory failure at Kanazawa University Hospital. He was 85 years old. Kutani-yaki 九谷焼: Kutani-yaki is said to have been first fired in 1655 in Kutani Village, Echizen County, Kaga Province, during the early Edo period. It was commissioned by Maeda Toshitsugu, the lord of Oyamazaki Castle, to Gotō Saizaburō, a potter in his domain. Kutani-yaki is characterized by its richly colored glazes and bold, vigorous painting, distinguishing it from other overglaze enamel ceramics. Kutani-yaki is a traditional Japanese ceramic ware produced in the Kutani region of Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture. This region is particularly renowned and is one of the "Three Great Kilns of Japan," alongside Iga-yaki and Shino-yaki. Kutani-yaki is known for its beautiful hand-painted designs and distinctive techniques. One prominent feature is the use of vibrant glazes to depict intricate patterns, landscapes, flora, and fauna. Additionally, gold and silver leaf may be applied, adding further elegance to the pottery. The pottery comes in various shapes and serves different purposes, including tea bowls, vases, plates, teacups, and teapots. These ceramic wares are widely appreciated both within Japan and internationally, often chosen as souvenirs or gifts. Kutani-yaki boasts a long history, thriving during the Edo period. Even today, traditional methods are preserved, while contemporary artists continue to incorporate new art and design into their creations. Figurine Width 18.0 cm Depth 10.2 cm Height 10.5 cm Weight 650 g Box Width 19.7 cm Depth 13.3 cm Height 14.5 cm Total Weight 1000 g Condition: There are some cracks and chips in the hat that the person is wearing. Otherwise, the condition is generally good. There may be small scratches, dirt, peeling, rubbing, etc. It was kept at home. There are many photos, so please take a look. Atention: The items listed for sale are all used collectibles. Please consider them to have signs of aging, such as stains, scratches, scuffs, tears, discoloration, fading, fraying, and changes in thread color. We will post as many photos as possible to make it easy to understand. As these are old items, we appreciate your understanding before making a purchase. Shipping: The lot will be carefully packaged and shipped from Japan. We will use either DHL or FedEx for a safe and secure transportation. It usually takes about 2-3 weeks for delivery, and the package will be shipped with a tracking number. Import duties, taxes, VAT, and any other charges are not included in the item price and shipping cost. Please check your country's import duties before bidding. 040722220521

N. 84439025

Non più disponibile
Kutani yaki 九谷焼 - Isokichi Asakura 浅蔵五十吉 - Statuetta - Kutani ware ornament depicting a sitting cow - Porcellana

Kutani yaki 九谷焼 - Isokichi Asakura 浅蔵五十吉 - Statuetta - Kutani ware ornament depicting a sitting cow - Porcellana

This is a cow figurine made by Isokichi Asakura. It depicts a person riding on top of a cow. This is a cute figurine made of ceramic. Both the cow's face and the human's face are not precisely sculpted, but the vague atmosphere they create is very soft and gentle. I think it would look great no matter where you place it, such as your room or entryway.

Asakura Isokichiwas a Japanese ceramic artist and a selected artist of Kutani ware. His real name was Yosaku. In 1981, he received the Japan Art Academy Award. In 1984, he became a member of the Japan Art Academy, and in 1992, he was designated as a Person of Cultural Merit. In 1996, he became the first Kutani ware artist to receive the Order of Culture. In 1993, the Asakura Isokichi Museum of Art was opened in his hometown of Terai Town. On April 9, 1998, he passed away due to respiratory failure at Kanazawa University Hospital. He was 85 years old.

Kutani-yaki 九谷焼:
Kutani-yaki is said to have been first fired in 1655 in Kutani Village, Echizen County, Kaga Province, during the early Edo period. It was commissioned by Maeda Toshitsugu, the lord of Oyamazaki Castle, to Gotō Saizaburō, a potter in his domain. Kutani-yaki is characterized by its richly colored glazes and bold, vigorous painting, distinguishing it from other overglaze enamel ceramics.

Kutani-yaki is a traditional Japanese ceramic ware produced in the Kutani region of Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture. This region is particularly renowned and is one of the "Three Great Kilns of Japan," alongside Iga-yaki and Shino-yaki.

Kutani-yaki is known for its beautiful hand-painted designs and distinctive techniques. One prominent feature is the use of vibrant glazes to depict intricate patterns, landscapes, flora, and fauna. Additionally, gold and silver leaf may be applied, adding further elegance to the pottery.

The pottery comes in various shapes and serves different purposes, including tea bowls, vases, plates, teacups, and teapots. These ceramic wares are widely appreciated both within Japan and internationally, often chosen as souvenirs or gifts.

Kutani-yaki boasts a long history, thriving during the Edo period. Even today, traditional methods are preserved, while contemporary artists continue to incorporate new art and design into their creations.

Figurine
Width 18.0 cm
Depth 10.2 cm
Height 10.5 cm
Weight 650 g

Box
Width 19.7 cm
Depth 13.3 cm
Height 14.5 cm
Total Weight 1000 g

Condition:
There are some cracks and chips in the hat that the person is wearing. Otherwise, the condition is generally good. There may be small scratches, dirt, peeling, rubbing, etc. It was kept at home. There are many photos, so please take a look.

Atention:
The items listed for sale are all used collectibles. Please consider them to have signs of aging, such as stains, scratches, scuffs, tears, discoloration, fading, fraying, and changes in thread color. We will post as many photos as possible to make it easy to understand. As these are old items, we appreciate your understanding before making a purchase.

Shipping:
The lot will be carefully packaged and shipped from Japan.
We will use either DHL or FedEx for a safe and secure transportation. It usually takes about 2-3 weeks for delivery, and the package will be shipped with a tracking number.
Import duties, taxes, VAT, and any other charges are not included in the item price and shipping cost. Please check your country's import duties before bidding.

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