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  • Ceramics History to the Present
    By Aaron Birhane
  • First Delftware, Holland
    Delft is primarily known for its Delft Blue Pottery (Delftware).
    Delftware was founded in Delft .
    Delft is in the Provence of South Holland
  • Holland
    • Two large pinch pot put together onto a big base
    • Hand painted designs
    • Blue and white paint
    Circa 1500
  • Holland (continued)
    • Blue glaze
    Circa 1500
  • Arita Ware, Japan
    Arita is the center of Japan's porcelain industry.
    Arita is located in Saga Prefecture on the southern island of Kyushu.
    First porcelain deposits in Japan were discovered here.
  • Arita Ware, Japan (Continued)
    Circa 1600
  • Arita Ware, Japan (Continued)
    • Drum-Shaped Pillow
    • Porcelain painted with overglaze enamels and gold
    •   patterning of small white cherry blossoms 
    • Two big pinch pots scored and slipped together
    Circa 1600
    • Akio Takamori expresses intimate human and mythological relationships using clay.
    • He works as a faculty member at the University of Washington School of Art.
    • Takamori was born in 1950 in Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan.
    • At the moment he is 61
  • The Blue Princess (Akio Takamori )
    • Stoneware sculpture with under glazes
    • dimensions 31inches tall
    • Two big pinch pots for the base
  • The Dutch Mother (Akio Takamori)
    • Stone ware sculpture with underglaze
    • 25 inches tall
    • Two big pinch pots for the base
  • Bibliography
    "Akio Takamori." University of Washington Computer Science & Engineering. Web. 09 June 2011. <http://www.cs.washington.edu/building/art/AkioTakamori/>.
    "Asia Society | Asian Journeys | Cultural Diplomacy in Japan and Japanese Taste." Asia Society. Web. 09 June 2011. <http://sites.asiasociety.org/asianjourneys/cultural-diplomacy-in-japan-and-japanese-taste/>.
    "Delft Tiles - Hand Painted, Glazed Ceramic Tiles." Color Washing, Home Improvement, Paint & Glazing Techniques a One Stop Resource. Web. 09 June 2011. <http://www.artsparx.com/delfe_tiles.asp>.
  • James Harris Gallery. Web. 9 June 2011. <http://www.jamesharrisgallery.com/previous%20exhibitions/akiotakamori112009.html>.
    "Plate [Japan; Arita Ware, KoKutani Style] (2002.447.101) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York: Metmuseum.org. Web. 09 June 2011. http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/2002.447.101.
    "PORCELAIN Menu - EY Net Japanese Pottery Primer." EYAKIMONO Homepage - Japanese Pottery Information Center. Web. 09 June 2011. <http://www.e-yakimono.net/guide/html/porcelain.html>.