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Lecture 42

ART HIS 42C Lecture Notes - Lecture 42: Bizen Ware, Oribe Ware, Azuchi–Momoyama Period


Department
Art History
Course Code
ART HIS 42C
Professor
Douglas Winther
Lecture
42

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Professor Winther Tamaki
Art history department
Art History 42 C
Japanese Art History
Course Code 21020
Discussion code 21021
4 units
No Pre-Reqs
11:00 - 11:50 MWF
Location: HG1800
Notes
Image 2:
Name: Tea Scoops
Time Period: Momoyama
Material: wood
Features: Three different type of tea scoops. All of them are representations of a different
personality. Daishin scoop - more robust and hopeful (thickest one closest to us), Rikyu - more
delicate yet firm (middle), Kamon - more relaxed and generous (the one in the back).
Rikyu - made use of unlikely objects from near and far in his wabi tea practice, the tea
bowl is a central implement in the tea service and until this time, chinese black jian-ware
bowls w/sophisticated designs were the norm and favored in japanese tea, however rikyu
decided to creatively use korean ido pieces as tea bowls, it was revolutionary for both
him and his contemporaries, went against the norm with his principles of using something
that is imperfect and in danger of being disposed with and giving it a new purpose and in
a sense being reborn. This broke many rules of the past and it opened our eyes by making
us see these old objects as new.
Image 3:
Name: Large Dish
Time Period: Momoyama
Material: stoneware (2nd highest firing temp behind porcelain)
Features: bizen ware because it is made of a reddish clay and within the middle we see a design
of strokes. Known as reddish scars.
Bizen - reddish clay
Iga - bumpy surface
Raku - tea bowl
Shino - known for its white glaze
Oribe - complicated, deviates from wabi
Image 4
Name: water jar named yaburebukuro
Time Period: momoyama
Material: stoneware (iga ware)
Features: once used as a tea-ceremony water jar, fine example of Ko-iga (old iga) production.
The title means broken pouch. It is made of clay, pushed outwards to create cracks at the bottom.
Even though it looks broken, it is quite serviceable. It is irregular. This work was representative
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