다완 또는 발

Historical period(s)
조선 시대, 17세기 후반
Medium
다완
Style
부산 지역 도자
Dimensions
높이 x 너비: 7.6 x 16.4cm (3 x 6 7/16인치)
Geography
대한민국 경상남도 부산 왜관 가마터
Credit Line
Charles Lang Freer 기증품
Accession Number
F1907.89
On View Location
Currently not on view
Classification(s)
그릇, 도자기
Type

다완(차완) 또는 발(하치)

Keywords
백색 상감, 부산 지역 도자, 분청사기, 조선 시대(1392-1910), , 투명유, 한국
Provenance

1907년 이전 일본의 신원 미상 소장가가 1907년까지 소장 [1]1907년에서 1919년 Charles Lang Freer(1854-1919)가 1907년에 일본에서 신원 미상의 소장가로부터 구입하여 소장 [2]1920년 이후 프리어미술관 소장, 1920년 Charles Lang Freer 기증 [3]각주:[1] 프리어새클러미술관 아카이브 소장 Original Pottery List, L. 1567 참조.[2] 각주 1 참조. [3] Charles Lang Freer 기증 증서 원본은 1906년에 서명되었음. 1920년 프리어 갤러리 완공 시 소장품 접수.

Previous Owner(s)

Charles Lang Freer(1854-1919)

Label

Even after Korean potters had established workshops in Japan, Japanese tea masters continued to place orders for tea bowls to be made at Korean government-sponsored kilns near Pusan. Such bowls were fabricated according to sketches or wooden models (gohon). So-called Gohon bowls echoed the styles of various 16th-century Korean bowl types, including mishima, that had become established as tea-ceremony classics, but they conformed to the revived preference for thin, well-finished wares.

Published References
  • Louise Allison Cort. Korean Influences in Japanese Ceramics. vol. 15, no. 5 Hong Kong, May 1984. p. 21.
  • Chado Shiryokan. Kaiseki Utensils. Kyoto. cat. 106.
  • Tsuji Kaiichi. Urasenke Kaiseki. Kyoto. p. 160.
  • Nezu Museum. Kanzo chawan hyakkasen. Exh. cat. Tokyo, October 10-November 24, 1985. cat. 88.
  • Mizuoka Tadanari, Narasaki Shoichi, Hayashiya Seizo. Nihon yakimono shusei. 12 vols., Tokyo, 1980-1982. cats. 405-423, pp. 133-134.
Collection Area(s)
Korean Art
Web Resources
Korean Ceramics
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