Sokyu Shibata (b. 1949)

Sokyu Shibata (b. 1949)

Sokyu Shibata (b. 1949)
  • Object Number: #JCV83
  • Title: A flowers Vase.   
  • Place of Origin: Japan  
  • Artist: Sokyu Shibata (b. 1949)  
  • Period: Contemporary  
  • Date: 20th Century  
  • Materials: Ceramics   
  • Style or Ware: Seto ware.  
  • Dimensions: H: 15.8cm. D: 19.0cm.  
  • Department: Japanese Art  
  • Collection: Japanese Ceramics.  
  • Note: With the Original Signed wooden tomobako storage box and documentation. In the bottom of the cover a poem by Santouka.
  • Sokyu Shibata is a ceramic artist from Kasama City, Ibaraki Prefecture, living in Mashiko-cho, Tochigi Prefecture, and a Jodo sect monk. Studied under the Human National Treasure Yasunari Matsui. After 11 years of training, he became independent and built a kiln in Mashiko.At first, he inherited the skill of his teacher as a potter, but gradually he began to work on the production of poetry and painting works.
  • 1990: Received the Tochigi Prefectural Arts Festival Award for "Kneaded Flower Vessels".
    1991: Received the Tochigi Prefectural Arts Festival Semi-Art Festival Award.
    1992: Selected for the International Ceramics Exhibition Mino '92 and became a full member of the Japan Crafts Association.
    1998: He left the Japan Crafts Association and became an independent.

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