Lurie, Samuel J, Fired with passion , 2006
- Fired with passion : contemporary Japanese ceramics / Samuel J. Lurie and Beatrice L. Chang ; principal photography by Geoff Spear ; design by Lurie, Chang, and Spear.
- Alternate Title(s):
- Contemporary Japanese ceramics
- First edition.
- New York : Eagle Art Publishing, 2006.
- Physical Description:
- xviii, 245 pages : color illustrations ; 31 cm
- Reference LibraryNK4167.7 .L87 2006 (LC) OversizeAccessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 242-244).
"The publication of Fired with Passion: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics is that rare event when important, beautiful art is first introduced. Although Japanese woodblock prints, flower arrangements, some films, cartoons, fashion and industrial design are well known, its remarkable achievements in post-1945 ceramic sculpture are virtually unknown outside Japan." "The privilege of participating in making this great art better known in the West has been undertaken by the co-authors who bring wide multicultural art backgrounds as experienced connoisseurs: a major collector and the leading dealer. They have selected over 230 images from noted Western collections and premier Japanese museums. All are strikingly photographed in full color, and represent some of the greatest masterpieces of Japanese ceramic art." "This groundbreaking, lavish, oversized volume has been written in a style directed toward enhancing aesthetic appreciation by a close, non-academic analysis of the exciting works. The authors discuss, in plain English, with no artspeak jargon, specifically what they believe is artistically meritorious in each piece."--BOOK JACKET.
- The legacy: a brief history until 1945 -- Jomon period (13,000 BC-500 BC) -- Yayoi period (500 BC-250 AD) -- Kofun period through Muromachi period (250-1568) -- Momoyama period (1568-1603) -- Edo period through early Showa period (1603-1945) -- Itaya Hazan -- Tomimoto Kenkichi -- Contemporary Ceramics: post 1945 -- Chronology of abstract ceramic sculpture -- Pioneers of abstract ceramic sculpture -- Hayashi Yasuo -- Yagi Kazuo -- Suzuki Osamu -- Kumakura Junkichi -- Kyoto Region -- Nonomura Ninsei -- Ogata Kenzan -- Ishiguro Munemaro -- Kawai Kanjiro -- Tsuboi Asuka -- Fukami Sueharu -- Takiguchi Kazuo -- Hinoda Takashi -- Yamazaki Akira -- Miyashita Zenji -- Morino Hiroaki Taimei -- Miyanaga Tozan III (Rikichi) -- Shigematsu Ayumi -- Bizen, Shigaraki and Iga styles -- Kaneshige Toyo -- Fujiwara Kei -- Fujiwara Yu -- Kaneshige Kosuke -- Toyofuku Hiroshi -- Abe Anjin -- Yamamoto Izuru -- Kohara Yasuhiro -- Koyama Yashuisa -- Sugimoto Sadamitsu -- Oribe style -- Higashida Shigemasa -- Suzuki Goro -- Takauchi Shugo -- Gifu Region -- Arakwara Toyozo -- Wakao Toshisada -- Kato Sho -- Koie Ryoji -- Nakashima Harumi -- Kato Kiyoyuki -- Kato Tsubusa -- Imura Toshimi -- Tokyo Region -- Kitaoji Rosanjin -- Koike Shoko -- Matsuda Yuriko -- Onodera Gen -- Nakamura Kimpei -- Mashiko and other regions -- Hamada Shoji -- Koinuma Michio -- Kamoda Shoji -- Matsui Kosei -- Ichigawa Kazuhiro -- Tokuda Yasokichi -- Tea ceremony bowls.
- Subject Terms:
- Pottery, Japanese -- 20th century.Pottery, Japanese -- History.Pottery, Japanese.