Yoshikawa Masamichi (b.1946)

Yoshikawa Masamichi (b.1946)

Yoshikawa Masamichi (b.1946)
  • Object Number: #JCP121
  • Title: A seihakuji, bluish-white glazed porcelain dish with incised patterning decorated in underglaze blue.  
  • Place of Origin: Japan  
  • Artist: Yoshikawa Masamichi (b.1946)  
  • Period: Contemporary  
  • Date: 20th Century  
  • Materials: Ceramics   
  • Style or Ware: Lives and works in Tokoname  
  • Dimensions: D:19x18cm 7.48inch H:3cm 1.18inch  
  • Department: Japanese Art  
  • Collection: Japanese Ceramics.  
  • Note: With the Original Signed wooden tomobako storage box and documentation. Yoshikawa Masamichi was born in Kanagawa in 1946, and graduated the Japanese Design Academy in 1968. His works have been shown worldwide and are represented in many collections and museums, including the MoMA in New York and V&A museum.  

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