Up for sale is this "Ogata Kenzan (1663-1743) Antique painted teabowl #4378" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.
- width: approx. 11.8cm (4 41⁄64in)
- height: approx. 8.8cm (3 15⁄32in)
- weight: 460g (w/ box 717g)
- writing on the box: made by Ogata Kenzan, god of winds and god of thunder, appraisal by Jogan
Ogata Kenzan (1663-1743)
Born the third son of Ogata Soken of Kariganeya, a kimono fabrics wholesaler in Kyoto, with Ogata Korin as one of his older brothers.He studied under Nonomura Ninsei, learning to create pottery. When he was around 37 years of age, he opened a kiln in Kiyotaki, right near the Ninsei Kiln, and as it was located in northwest Kyoto (which in Japanese, is referred to as the cardinal direction of "Inui", a word that can be pronounced as "Ken"), he inscribed the signature of "Kenzan" into his products since then.His style was influenced by Ninsei, his master, and Korin, his older brother, using many shades of color in the painted earthenware he produced. He also excelled in not only pottery, but art and writing as well, and he moved to Edo in his later years, gaining fame as a writer and pottery artist.The first generation Kenzan had no children or stepchildren. The name of Kenzan has been inherited by subsequent generations, but these successions are not based on blood relations or master to student relationships, and are only through people calling themselves by the name.
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