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What makes a Teabowl a Chawan - YouTube

What makes a Teabowl a Chawan - YouTube

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Tokuro Kato 加藤唐九郎 (1897-1985), Seto potter. Kato said of tea bowls: "They are not only to gaze upon, but must be held and used to appreciate their inherent beauty and art; this cannot be done with paintings or sculpture. To make a good tea bowl, first one has to understand the value of old masterpieces. I have come to that understanding but still can't seem to make even one worthy tea bowl!"

Tokuro Kato 加藤唐九郎 (1897-1985), Seto potter. Kato said of tea bowls: "They are not only to gaze upon, but must be held and used to appreciate their inherent beauty and art; this cannot be done with paintings or sculpture. To make a good tea bowl, first one has to understand the value of old masterpieces. I have come to that understanding but still can't seem to make even one worthy tea bowl!"

Marie Woo | Chawan Bowl | Woo, a protege of noted American ceramist, Maja…

Marie Woo | Chawan Bowl | Woo, a protege of noted American ceramist, Maja…

6 main construite en grès et porcelaine 4 oz tasse de glaçage joli bleu Plus

6 main construite en grès et porcelaine 4 oz tasse de glaçage joli bleu Plus

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Mireille Excoffier Cafagno

Mireille Excoffier Cafagno

Tea bowl with design of mountain retreat, mid 18th century. Ogata Ihachi (Kyoto Kenzan II, act. 1720-1760). Edo period. Buff clay; white slip, iron and cobalt pigments under transparent glaze; gold lacquer repairs. H: 7.3 W: 10.0 cm. Kyoto, Japan. The poem reads: "In tranquility, the universe is great." The conflation of a vast entity with a small bounded space is a common theme in Zen poetry, and ultimately derives from the early and influential Daoist test Zhuangzi (ca. 3d century B.C.E.)

Tea bowl with design of mountain retreat, mid 18th century. Ogata Ihachi (Kyoto Kenzan II, act. 1720-1760). Edo period. Buff clay; white slip, iron and cobalt pigments under transparent glaze; gold lacquer repairs. H: 7.3 W: 10.0 cm. Kyoto, Japan. The poem reads: "In tranquility, the universe is great." The conflation of a vast entity with a small bounded space is a common theme in Zen poetry, and ultimately derives from the early and influential Daoist test Zhuangzi (ca. 3d century B.C.E.)

Shozo Michikawa: NATURE INTO ART / LA NATURE FAITE ART - centre MATERIA - YouTube

Shozo Michikawa: NATURE INTO ART / LA NATURE FAITE ART - centre MATERIA - YouTube

Video on the history and making of chawans with strong focus on Kichizaemon Raku XV

Video on the history and making of chawans with strong focus on Kichizaemon Raku XV

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