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At A Glance

  • Period

    ca. 1890
  • Geography

    Awataguchi, Kyoto, Kyoto prefecture, Japan
  • Material

    Pottery with enamels over clear glaze
  • Dimension

    H x W x D: 24.1 x 11 x 11 cm (9 1/2 x 4 5/16 x 4 5/16 in)
  • Accession Number



Object Details

  • Artist

    Taizan Yohei IX (1856-1922)
  • Description

    Cream-colored clay body, clear glaze, overglaze enamel and gold decor of sprays on flowers and aoi leaves.
  • Inscriptions

    1. (Louise A. Cort, 1984) Mark on base: "Taizan"
  • Provenance

    To 1984
    Mrs. Elizabeth Karrick, Washington, DC [1]
    From 1984
    Freer Gallery of Art, gift of Mrs. Elizabeth Karrick, Washington, DC [2]
    [1] See object record.
    [2] In 1997 the vase was transferred from the Freer Study Collection to the Freer Gallery of Art permanent collection.
  • Collection

    Freer Gallery of Art Collection
  • Exhibition History

    Japanese Art of the Meiji Era (September 20, 1997 to April 26, 1998)
  • Previous custodian or owner

    Mrs. Elizabeth Karrick
  • Origin

    Awataguchi, Kyoto, Kyoto prefecture, Japan
  • Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth deB. Karrick
  • Type

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