Celadon tea bowl

Celadon tea bowl

Sansei Suzuki
SOLD
[Ceramic + Porcelain ]
Item Number:C11695P
H3xW4 1/2xD4 1/2in
H7.4xW11.5xD11.5cm

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1936 Born in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture

1955 Studied under Seizan Kawamura

1961 Built his own kiln in Kouzu, Odawara City and went independent

1968 Won a prize at Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition

1969 Won a prize at Traditional Crafts New Works Exhibition (Thereafter, winning consecutively.)

1978 His work "Celadon bowl" received Musashino City School Board Award at the 8th Musashino Traditional Crafts Art Exhibition
-Won a prize at Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition (Thereafter, admitted consecutively.)

1979 Became full member of Nihon Kogeikai (the Japan Art Crafts Association)

1980 "Celadon bowl" was purchased by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1981 Excellent "Celadon bowl" received Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition Award at the 6th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
-Was selected and exhibited his work at Japanese and Chinese Modern Ceramics Exhibition sponsored by International Association
-"Celadon pot" was purchased by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1982 His "Celadon shallow bowl" received semi-grand prize at the 18th Kanagawa Prefectural Art Exhibition
-Was selected and displayed his work at the 7th Asian Art Festival "Modern Ceramics Exhibition" sponsored by Hong Kong Urban Council and Hong Kong Museum of Art

1983 Displayed his works in the 1st exhibition of Selected Artists All-Japan Traditional Art Crafts at the request of the exhibition
-Displayed his works in the 25th Modern Ceramics Selected Exhibition sponsored by Japan Ceramic Society at the request of the exhibition (Thereafter, exhibited every time)

1984 Displayed his works in the 2nd exhibition of Selected Artists All-Japan Traditional Art Crafts at the request of the exhibition

1985-86 Served as an audit committee member of Traditional Crafts New Works Exhibition

1987 His excellent "Celadon pot" received the Minister of Education Award at the 9th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
-"Celadon pot" was purchased by the Japan Foundation

1988 Served as an audit committee member of Traditional Crafts New Works Exhibition
-Received Japan Ceramic Society Award
-Displayed his works in the 10th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition at the request of the exhibition
-His "Celadon pot" was presented to Yokozuna Chiyonofuji as a supplementary prize for his winning of the People's Honor Award

1991 Displayed his works in the 11th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition at the request of the exhibition

1992 His "Celadon pot" was stored in the British Museum, London

1993 Displayed his works in the 12th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition at the request of the exhibition
-Served as an audit committee member of Traditional Crafts New Works Exhibition

1995 Displayed his works in the 13th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition at the request of the exhibition
-Held the joint exhibition at DAI-ICH Gallery in New York

1996 Was selected and displayed his work at the "Modern Japanese Ceramics Asia Tour Exhibition"

1999 Displayed his works in the 15th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition at the request of the exhibition

2000 His "Celadon square flower vase" was received an excellent prize at the 40th Traditional Crafts New Works Exhibition

2002 Displayed his works in "Ceramics of Kanagawa -Beauty of Vessels" Exhibition at Kanagawa Prefectural Civic Hall

2003 Displayed his works in "World of White Porcelain and Celadon -History From Hazan Itaya and Kenkichi Tomimoto to Modern Times"Exhibition in Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum