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Igata Nobuyuki Striped Lotus Petal Sculpture

Igata Nobuyuki Striped Lotus Petal Sculpture

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A low-fired sculpture in the shape of a lotus petal by avant garde artist Igata Nobuyuki decorated with only the pin holes (su-ana) of the glaze on top, bold stripes beneath. It is a startling work. It is 29 x 38 x 12.5 cm (11-1/2 x 15 x 5 inches) and is in fine condition. This piece is from a private collection of modern art and was purchased from the artist. There is no box.
Igata Nobuyuki (b. 1952, Tokoname) graduated the Tajimi University of Art Advanced studies in 1978. From then until his return to Tokoname in 1988, He lived in South America, India and Los Angeles, where he built his first kiln. He since moved to Hamamatsu in Shizuoka, where he spent three years building his work space and kiln.