Up for sale is this "Hayashi Shotaro (1947 – ) Shino pottery sake cup #4526" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.
- size: approx. 6.5cm (2 9⁄16in)
- tall: approx. 5cm (1 31⁄32in)
- weight: 88g
Hayashi Shotaro (1947 – )
Born in Shimoishi-cho, Gifu Prefecture. Studied under his brother Kotaro in 1967 and became independent in 1974. Winner of the highest award at the Gifu Prefectural Exhibition. Awarded the Governor’s Prize at the Asahi Ceramic Art Exhibition, the 73’ Award for Excellence, the Honorable Mention, and others. Awarded the Aichi Prefecture Governor’s Prize at the Tokai Traditional Craft Exhibition. Newcomer’s Prize of the Chunichi Newspaper. Honorable Mention at the Mino Ceramic Art Exhibition, etc. Awarded at the Japan Fine Arts and Crafts Exhibition, the Chunichi International Exhibition, and others. Solo exhibition every other year at Mitsukoshi Department Store in Nihonbashi and Matsuzakaya Department Store in Nagoya. Solo exhibitions at Kobe Sogo and Okayama Tenmaya and others. His works are made mainly in Shino with Oribe, Kizeto and Tenmoku. He is a regular member of the Japan Industrial Arts Association.
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