A Raku pottery sake bottle with European figures

Nonko (Raku Dōnyū)

Ceramic 17 x 20 cm (6.7 x 7.9 in.) Japan - 17th century, Edo period
Provenance
Saiuchi Kyushiro, Japan
Literature
Yasumasa Oka, Winds from Afar: Europe through the Eyes of Edo-period Kyoto, Kyoto, 2000, 2-17, 44

Exhibited
Kyoto, The Museum of Kyoto, ‘Winds From Afar: Europe through the Eyes of Edo-period Kyoto’, 10 March - 9 April 2000 Tokyo, Tobacco & Salt Museum, ‘Winds From Afar: Europe through the Eyes of Edo-period Kyoto’, 22 April - 28 May 2000

EXHIBITOR

Gregg Baker

"Japanese and Chinese art specialising in folding screens, Buddhist art as well as Post-war abstract painting and sculpture"

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