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The craftsman who decorated this dish began by ladling three scoops of copper-green glaze over the surface, creating somewhat randomly the area to be filled with painted decoration. The decoration combines naturalistic bamboo plants—including abundant bamboo shoots, a
delicacy of early spring in Japanese cuisine—and geometric patterns. Dishes of this large size were used to serve food at banquets.
- Published References
- Louise Allison Cort. Seto and Mino Ceramics. Washington and Honolulu, 1992. cat. 36, p. 30.
- Julia Murray. A Decade of Discovery: Selected Acquisitions 1970-1980. Exh. cat. Washington, 1979. cat. 68, p. 89.
- David Palmer. City and Countryside, History and the Potter's Art. no. 25. p. 15.
- Nihon no toji. 14 vols., , Genshoku aizohan. Tokyo. pl. 174.
- Penelope Mason revised by Donald Dinwiddie. History of Japanese Art., 2nd Edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ. p. 250, fig. 285.
- Matsu, take, ume. Kyoto. p. 174, pl. 54.
- Fujioka Ryoichi. Shino to Oribe. Shibundo, no. 51 Tokyo, August 15, 1970. pl. 19.
- Oriental Ceramics (Toyo Toji Taikan): The World's Great Collections. 12 vols., Tokyo. pl. 147.
- Mino koto. Exh. cat. Japan. p. 70.
- Fujioka Ryoichi. Shino and Oribe Ceramics. Japanese Arts Library, vol. 1, 1st edition. Tokyo, New York and San Francisco. pl. 103.
- Sekai toji zenshu (Catalogue of the World's Ceramics). 19 vols., Tokyo, 1976-1982. p. 301, pl. 246.
- Kawahara Masahiko Nakazato Tarouemon XII (Muan). Toji taikei (Complete Collection of Far Eastern Ceramics). 48 vols., Tokyo, 1972-1978. pl. 79.
- Zaigai Nihon no Shiho (Japanese Art : Selections from Western Collections). 10 vols., Tokyo, 1979 - 1980. pl. 33.
- Andrew Maske. Potters and Patrons in Edo Period Japan: Takatori Ware and the Kuroda Domain. Farnham, Surry, UK and Burlington, VT. fig. 4.7.
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- Japanese Art
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