Hiroaki "Taimei" Morino Glazed Ceramic Vessel, circa 1975
Hiroaki “Taimei” Morino (森野泰明, Japanese, born 1934)
Untitled, circa 1975
Glazed ceramic vessel
Signed to the underside of bowl and to the lower left of box
Includes wooden presentation box and artist biography in Japanese
Hiroaki is a celebrated Japanese potter. He studied classical ceramics under Fujimoto Yoshimichi and Tomimoto Kenkichi. Hiroaki’s objects are bold, elegant, yet functional. In addition to his coveted ceramics, he is also a commissioned large-scale sculptor. During the 1960s he taught pottery at the University of Chicago. His works can be found in many collections such as Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art, Prague Museum of Modern Art, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, and more.
- negligible surface wear.
- measures bowl.