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Shimaoka Tatsuzo () was the leading disciple and student of Hamada Shoji (), whom he succeeded as the pre-eminent potter of Mashiko, the ceramic-producing town northeast of Tokyo which Hamada made his home in on his return from having helped Bernard Leach () establish the Leach Pottery in St Ives, Cornwall. View Tatsuzo Shimaoka’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction ality: Japanese.
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Shimaoka was awarded the title of Ningen Kokuho (Living National Treasure of Japan) in /5(4). Tatsuzo Shimaoka (pronounced TAT-soo-zo Shi-MAH-oh-kah) was born in Tokyo into a family of ornamental braid makers.
Rather than have him enter the family business, his. Tatsuzo Shimaoka 島岡 達三 He originally studied pottery at the Tokyo Institute of Technology and then apprenticed to Shoji Hamada before starting his own kiln and complex next door in he later received one of the highest craft honors of the second Living National Treasure of Mashiko, Japan.
Shimaoka Tatsuzo first made contact with Hamada Shoji just after graduating from high school in The Second World War interrupted his study at Hamada's studio, which he resumed in Shimaoka worked in Hamada's workshop for three years, and then set up.
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Shimaoka learned Tatsuzo Shimaoka book to use the natural clays and unrefined glazes and enamels from the potter-farmer traditions of Mashiko, with its fifteenth- and sixteenth-century thatched-roof, timbered structures.
It was at this time he became more aware of the British potter, Ber - nard Leach (–) and his book A Potter’s Book, withFile Size: KB. Tatsuzo Shimaoka, Japanese potter (born Oct. 27,Tokyo, Japan—died Dec. 11,Mashiko, Japan), was a master craftsman who was a protégé of Shoji Hamada, a leading proponent of the Mingei philosophy, which held that the quality of a piece of art was interconnected with the spirit with which it was ka’s trademark was a braiding process that he applied to his pottery.
Tatsuzo Shimaoka, who has died a was one of the most distinguished Japanese potters of the 20th century and an important pupil of the legendary Shoji Hamada. - Quality pieces by former National Living Treasure of Japan. See more ideas about National living treasure, Pottery, Ceramics pins.
Tatsuzo Shimaoka was born in in Tokyo, Japan. At nineteen years old, Shimaoka visited an exhibition at the Japanese Folk Crafts Museum, which inspired the artist to train as and become a mingei potter. He attended the Tokyo Institute of Technology as a student of ceramics before apprenticing with Shoji Hamada in Mashiko.
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Tatsuzo Shimaoka. Represented by Pucker Gallery since BORN: in Tokyo, Japan DIED: in Mashiko, Japan. Tatsuzo Shimaoka lived and worked in Mashiko, Japan, a town renowned for its pottery traditions. Originally, Shimaoka studied pottery at the Tokyo Institute of Technology and then apprenticed under Shoji Hamada () before establishing his own kiln and complex in.
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Get this from a library. Six master potters of the modern age: an exhibition celebrating the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Leach Pottery: Bernard Leach, Shoji Hamada, Warren MacKenzie, Tatsuzo Shimaoka, Randy Johnston, Ken Matsuzaki, September OctoBabcock Galleries.
[Babcock Galleries.;]. Shimaoka Tatsuzo was the foremost pupil of Hamada Shoji () until his recent death, was regarded as Japan's leading folk craft potter. Shimaoka's signature style, known as "Jomon-zogan" in Japanese, combines cord-impressed decoration and the white-slip inlay technique used in the Punch'ong ware, popular in the Choson Dynasty of Korea.
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