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Koyama Suehiro Contemporary Hidasuki Bizen Vase

Koyama Suehiro Contemporary Hidasuki Bizen Vase

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A beautiful open form of pale clay dashed with scarlet Hidasuki lines by Koyama Suehiro enclosed in the original signed wooden box. It is quite large at 37 cm (14-1/2 inches) tall and is in excellent condition. Hidasuki is a distinctly Bizen technique wherein straw is placed on the piece before firing, causing a chemical reaction with the composition of the clay, heat and straw, which leaves these dark lines after the chaff has burned away.
Koyama Suehiro was born the third son of traditional potter Koyama Isso in Okayama in 1948. He apprenticed under Kaneshige Sozan before establishing his own studio in 1981. He has been awarded the Governors prize at the Okayama Prefectural Exhibition, the Grand Prize at the Issui-kai, Newcomers award at the Tanabe Museum Modern Forms in Tea Exhibition and has exhibited with the National Ceramics Exhibition (Nihon Togeiten) among many others. His research into Muromachi and Momoyama firing techniques has brought him much credit.