Periodo Edo en el Smithsonian

Yasuke KyurakuHagi ware

 Edo period   Kezan Style

Red Shino

La colección de arte japonés del Museo Smithsonian atesora cerámica esmaltada del siglo XIV al XIX de las regiones de Seto y Mino, accesorios para la ceremonia del té y recipientes de almacenamiento medievales. También tiene la mayor selección (fuera de Japón) de obras del artista Ogata Kenzan (1663-1743) y sus discípulos. Esta es una selección de objetos utilitarios del S. XIX, dentro del periodo Edo japonés (también conocido como la era Tokudawa, establecida entre 1603 y 1868). Nos encantan las formas y los colores y queríamos compartirlos con vosotros. Se pueden visitar en la  Freer Gallery del Museo Smithsonian, Washington  http://asia.si.edu/

Premodern ceramics, including 14th–19th century glazed ceramics from the Seto and Mino regions, tea-ceremony wares, medieval storage jars, and the largest selection of ceramics outside of Japan by Ogata Kenzan (1663–1743) and followers of the “Kenzan” style, are in the Smithsonian Japanese collection. We love the shapes and colours and we need to share them with you.These ceramics, and much more, are exhibited in The Freer Gallery, Smithsonian Museum, Washington. http://asia.si.edu/

Fotografías/Pictures: Smithsonian Museum. 1. Korakuen ware tea bowl, Yasuke Kyuraku II. Earthenware with Red Raku glaze (Tokyo, Japan). Smithsonian Museum / 2. Tea bowl, possibly Hagi ware (18th-19th century). Stoneware with ash glaze, (Japan) Smithsonian Museum./3.Tea bowl with design of bird on plum branch, unknown Raku ware workshop, Raku-type earthenware with cobalt under colorless lead glaze. Smithsonian Museum/ 4. Kenzan-style food bowl with design of pine trees, stoneware with white slip, iron and cobalt pigments under transparent glaze. Kyoto, Japan. Smithsonian Museum / 5. Cylindrical tea bowl in Red Shino style, named Tsurara (Icicle), stoneware with red slip under feldspathic glaze. Seto,  Japan. Smithsonian Museum.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s