Todays post we’ll take a look at a few painted pots of Kyogoku Shihou.
While this is only a small selection of 4 of Shihou’s pots, I think they’re representative of the artist’s work, which is really varied.
And we’ll finish up with another impressionistic landscape in 5 colors. Bold colors and interestingly fuzzy brushwork create a cartoonish landscape on this slightly wonky pot.
Thanks for reading and Stay tuned!
I’ll be listing great pots For sale tomorrow, and also Tomorrow I’ll be finishing up a post on The Tsukinowas! Tsukinowa Yusen is probably the greatest painter who specialized in Bonsai pottery in the history of the art, and we’ll take a look at his pots, as well as pots by Tsukinowa Shunseki, his son, who was a good painter in the shadow of the greatest, and His grandson, Tsukinowa Shousen, who is truly carrying on his grandfathers work with awesome paintings, great porcelain work, and forgery proof accoutrements(too cool and unfortunately too necessary!!!).