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Classic stoneware of Japan : Shino and Oribe

Author: 黒田領治, 1905- 村山武. 黒田領治, 黒田領治, ; Ryōji Kuroda; Takeshi Murayama
Publisher: 講談社インターナショナル, Tōkyō : Kōdansha Intānashonaru, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Combined edView all editions and formats
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"Two of Japan's most remarkable styles of pottery are Shino and Oribe, both originating in ancient Mino Province (modern-day Gifu Prefecture) from the time of Japan's artistic "renaissance" in the late sixteenth century." "Oribe ware is one of the most startling and innovative expressions not only of the period but of all Japanese pottery. In a departure from the more refined tea ceremony utensils that represent the  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: 黒田領治, 1905- 村山武. 黒田領治, 黒田領治, ; Ryōji Kuroda; Takeshi Murayama
ISBN: 4770028970 9784770028976
OCLC Number: 51277037
Notes: "Previously published separately as Shino (c.1984) and Oribe (c.1982)"--Title page verso.
Description: 112 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 27 cm
Contents: Shino Ware --
The Origine of Shino --
Early Influences --
Momoyama Period --
The Beauty of Shino --
Shino Kilns --
Types of Shino --
Shino Clays; Shino Glazes --
The Value of Tea Ceramics and Shino Ware --
Modern Shino Potters --
Shino Miscellany --
Oribe Pottery --
Oribe in the History of Japanese Ceramics --
Furuta Oribe --
Mino Pottery --
The Varieties and Techniques of Oribe --
Types of Vessels --
The Oribe Kilns --
Mutual Influence between Oribe and Karatsu --
Oribe's Interest in Western Things --
Mino Kiln Sites for Shino Ware --
Mino Kiln Sites for Oribe Pottery.
Other Titles: Shino to Oribe
Responsibility: Ryoji Kuroda, Takeshi Murayama ; [translated by Robert N. Huey (Shino) and Lynne E. Riggs (Oribe)].

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Illustrated with 150 colour photographs and written by two of Japan's leading ceramic experts, this is a celebration of the most influential Japanese stoneware traditions. All craft techniques  Read more...

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