발, 일본에서 다완으로 사용되었음

Historical period(s)
조선 시대, 15세기 중엽
Medium
분청사기, 마키에 옻칠 수리
Style
분청사기
Dimensions
높이 x 너비: 7.8 x 17.7cm (3 1/16 x 6 15/16인치)
Geography
대한민국 경상도
Credit Line
Charles Lang Freer 기증품
Accession Number
F1904.114
On View Location
Currently not on view
Classification(s)
그릇, 도자기
Type

Keywords
꽃 무늬, 백색 상감, 분청사기, 분청사기, 옻칠 수리, 조선 시대(1392-1910), , 청자유, 한국
Provenance

1904년 이전 뉴욕 소재 Yamanaka & Company가 1904년까지 소장 [1]1904년부터 1919년 Charles Lang Freer(1854-1919)가 1904년에 뉴욕 소재 Yamanaka & Company로부터 구입하여 소장 [2]1920년 이후 프리어미술관 소장, 1920년 Charles Lang Freer 기증품 [3]각주:[1] 폴더 시트 내 기록일자 미상의 메모 참조. 프리어새클러미술관 아카이브 소장 Original Pottery List, L. 1292 참조.[2] 각주 1 참조.[3] Charles Lang Freer 기증 증서 원본은 1906년에 서명되었음. 기증품은 프리어미술관 완공 당시인 1920년에 수증함.

Previous Owner(s)

Charles Lang Freer(1854-1919)
Yamanaka and Co. (C.L. Freer 자료)

Label

Three Chinese characters stamped below the rim of this bowl name a Korean government office for which the work was made. Despite their intended use for serving rice or soup, some bowls of this type were exported to Japan, where they became teabowls. Tea tannin has stained the soft glaze deeply, creating a patina cherished by tea practitioners. The costly lacquer repair with relief design of autumn grasses echoes the stamped motif of wild aster flowers.

Published References
  • Louise Allison Cort. Korean Influences in Japanese Ceramics. vol. 15, no. 5 Hong Kong, May 1984. p. 18.
  • Stephen Weintraub, Kanya Tsujimoto, Sadae Y. Walters. Urushi and Conservation: The Use of Japanese Lacquer in the Restoration of Japanese Art. vol. 11 Washington and Ann Arbor. pp. 59-60, fig. 31.
  • Korean Art in the Freer and Sackler Galleries. Washington, D.C. nos. 3.1, 4.3, pp. 25, 33.
Collection Area(s)
Korean Art
Web Resources
Korean Ceramics
Google Cultural Institute
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