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Tea Bowl, Ewen Henderson, EH-0008

Tea Bowl, Ewen Henderson, EH-0008

Chawan75 / Raku tea bowl / bol à thé raku / 105 x 85 by pagasari

Chawan75 / Raku tea bowl / bol à thé raku / 105 x 85 by pagasari

baisao:  (Mitate (見立て) - topicsから) Sen no Rikyu using his outstanding aesthetic sense, decided the form of tea utensils and also brought into chanoyu objects which were not originally made for it. This was called ‘mitate’. The word ‘mitate’ means ‘to see an object, not in the form that was originally intended for it, but as another thing’, and was originally a literary term used in describing the technique of writing kanshi (Chinese poems) and Japanese waka. Rikyu really brought this spirit…

baisao: (Mitate (見立て) - topicsから) Sen no Rikyu using his outstanding aesthetic sense, decided the form of tea utensils and also brought into chanoyu objects which were not originally made for it. This was called ‘mitate’. The word ‘mitate’ means ‘to see an object, not in the form that was originally intended for it, but as another thing’, and was originally a literary term used in describing the technique of writing kanshi (Chinese poems) and Japanese waka. Rikyu really brought this spirit…

Artist: Goro Suzuki, Title: Stone Tea Bowl, 2010 - click to close window

Artist: Goro Suzuki, Title: Stone Tea Bowl, 2010 - click to close window

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