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Japanese Ceramics

  1. 1. JAPANESE CERAMICS Ruth Karch
  2. 2. INFLUENCED BY THE CHINESE AND KOREAN
  3. 3. STYLES OF JAPANESE CERAMICS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Bizen-yaki Hagi-yaki Imari-yaki Karatsu-yaki Koishiwara-yaki Onda-yaki Raku-yaki Seto-yaki Sōma-yaki
  4. 4. BIZEN-YAKI Produced in Okayama. Also called Inbe-yaki.
  5. 5. HAGI-YAKI It is burned at a relatively low temperature, it is fragile and transmits the warmth of its contents quickly.
  6. 6. IMARI-YAKI "Arita-yaki” From Korea first ceramics made in Japan
  7. 7. KARATSU-YAKI The most produced pottery in western Japan. Started in the 16th century.
  8. 8. KOISHIWARA-YAKI Most are teacups, teapots, flower vases, and sake vessels
  9. 9. ONDA-YAKI Produced by families and passed on only to their own children
  10. 10. RAKU-YAKI Most often in the form of tea bowls
  11. 11. SETO-YAKI The most produced Japanese ceramics in Japan.
  12. 12. SŌMA-YAKI Horse is very popular in this area, is the main pattern.
  13. 13. ARTISTS Honami Kōetsu: Interested in Japanese tea ceremony
  14. 14. AOKI MOKUBEI Painter and ceramicist Produced a new style of painting
  15. 15. KOISHIWARA-YAKI ARTWORK The plateware produced at a Koishiwarayaki cermatic, characterized by the usability in daily life.
  16. 16. IMARI-YAKI ARTWORK "Imari" plate, made at Arita, 18th century
  17. 17. ONDA-YAKI ARTWORK PUCKER GALLERY - BOSTON ONDA YAKI: JAPANESE FOLK CERAMICS
  18. 18. THE END

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