Up for sale is this "Suzuki Goro (1941- ) Yahichida pottery tumbler #4454" If you have any questions please contact us before buy it. No reserve.
- width: approx. 8cm (3 5⁄32in)
- height: approx. 11cm (4 21⁄64in)
- weight: 274g
Suzuki Goro (1941- )
Did not have a particular teacher. Started making ceramics through unique research and study in 1957 and was selected for the Nitten Exhibition for the first time in 1962. Was selected for the Kofukai Exhibition for the first time in 1964. Won the Top Prize at the Asahi Ceramic Exhibition in 1966, the Award of Excellence at the Asahi Ceramic Exhibition in 1967, the Honorable Mention Award at the Chunichi International Ceramic Exhibition in 1971, the ’75 Award at the Asahi Ceramic Exhibition in 1975, and in recent years, the Japan Ceramic Society Award in 2002. During this time, held private exhibitions at department stores and galleries across Japan every year since his first private exhibition in Japan at the Seibu Department Store in Ikebukuro in 1977.
Researched traditional glazes for Kizeto ware, Oribe ware, Shino ware, and others and produced vessels and teacups with innovative designs. Receives high praise by specialists and the general public for his very unique range of works.
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