Tower incense container

Tower incense container

Shin Fujihira
[Ceramic + Porcelain ]
Item Number:C7348
W2 x H2 1/2 x D2 in
W5 x H6.5 x D5.2 cm

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Shin Fujihira
Shin Fujihira
1922 Born in Kyoto

1958 Awarded Japan Fine Arts Exhibition (Nitten) Grand Prize, Hokuto Prize

1960 International Ceramics Exhibition, Florence, Italy

1963 Awarded Chrysanthemum Prize at the Nitten

1970 Contemporary Ceramic Art - Japan and Europe

1973 Awarded Japan Ceramic Society Award

1974 Traveling Exhibit/ Central and South America

1978 Traveling Exhibit/ West Germany: Masterworks of Japanese Ceramics

1982 Traveling Exhibit/ America and Canada

1990 Awarded the Kyoto Art and Culture Award

1991 Received the Kyoto City Cultural Order Award

1993 Awarded the Mainichi Art Award

1994 Awarded the Prime Minister's Prize of the Japan Crafts Society and the Fujiwara Kei Memorial Award

1996 Awarded the Kyoto Prefecture Cultural Award

1999 Awarded Japan Ceramic Society Gold Prize
In the collections of the Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art, the
Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art
Nitten Trustee, Professor Emeritus at Kyoto City School of Arts.

Died at age of 89 in 2012.