Gagyu Yokoishi XIII (b. 1935)

Gagyu Yokoishi XIII (b. 1935)

Gagyu Yokoishi XIII (b. 1935)
  • Object Number: #JCP159
  • Title: Bowl with Sagi (an Egret).  
  • Place of Origin: Japan  
  • Artist: Gagyu Yokoishi XIII (b.1935)  
  • Period: Contemporary  
  • Date: 20th Century  
  • Materials: Ceramics   
  • Style or Ware: Utsutsugawa ware  
  • Dimensions: D: 16.7cm. H: 6.1cm.  
  • Department: Japanese Art  
  • Collection: Japanese Ceramics.  
  • Note: With the Original Signed wooden tomobako storage box. Gagyu Yokoishi,the 13th successor Gagyu, who owned Gagyu-gama(kiln) in Arita, Saga. Gagyu kiln, an intangible culture asset. Gagyu is the most famous kiln in Western Japan and called a "Ninsei (the most famous kiln in Kyoto) in Kyushu".  

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