Shoji Hamada  (Japanese, 1894-1978) 

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Shoji Hamada, Square Plate, kaki glaze with trailing decoration

 

Shoji Hamada
Square Plate, kaki glaze with trailing decoration
1960

Pucker Gallery
Shoji Hamada, Square Tray

 

Shoji Hamada
Square Tray
Pucker Gallery
Shoji Hamada, Rectangular Dish, kaki glaze with wax resist brushwork

 

Shoji Hamada
Rectangular Dish, kaki glaze with wax resist brushwork
circa 1950

Pucker Gallery
Shoji Hamada, Obachi, Large Bowl, Black Galze with Poured Decoration

 

Shoji Hamada
Obachi, Large Bowl, Black Galze with Poured Decoration
circa 1950-1959

Pucker Gallery
Shoji Hamada, Square Bottle, Black and Nuka glaze

 

Shoji Hamada
Square Bottle, Black and Nuka glaze
circa 1965-1969

Pucker Gallery
Shoji Hamada, Obachi, Large Bowl, ameyu glaze with poured decoration

 

Shoji Hamada
Obachi, Large Bowl, ameyu glaze with poured decoration
1960-1969

Pucker Gallery
Shoji Hamada, Large Bowl

 

Shoji Hamada
Large Bowl
Pucker Gallery
Shoji Hamada, Square Dish

 

Shoji Hamada
Square Dish
Pucker Gallery
Shoji Hamada, Plate

 

Shoji Hamada
Plate
Jeffrey Spahn Gallery
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Shoji Hamada, Square dish

 

Shoji Hamada
Square dish
stoneware

 

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Shoji Hamada, Circular dish

 

Shoji Hamada
Circular dish
stoneware

 

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Shoji Hamada, Tea bowl

 

Shoji Hamada
Tea bowl
ceramic

 

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1913   Studied at the Tokyo Technical College with Hazan Itaya (1872-1963). Came to know Kanjiro Kawai (1890-1966)
1916   Graduated from Tokyo Technical College and enrolled at Kyoto Ceramics Research. Came to know Tomimoto Kenkichi (1886-1963). Began 10,000 glaze experiments with Kanjiro Kawai
1949   Received Tochigi Prefecture Culture Award.
1953   Received Minister of Education Award for Art.
1955   Designated as a “Living National Treasure.”
1962   Appointed Director of the Japan Folk Art Museum.
1968   Received Okinawa Times Award and Order of Culture from Emperor.
1973   Receives honorary Doctor of Art degree from Royal College of Art, London, England.
1974   Completed museum for Hamada folk crafts collection in Mashiko
1925   First solo exhibition in Japan at Kyukyodo. Exhibited annually thereafter in Tokyo and Osaka
1923   First solo show at Paterson Gallery, London. Traveled to France, Italy, Crete, and Egypt
1961    Publication of Shoji Hamada: Collected Works, edited by Asahi Shimbun