en-★中川★Nakagawa Jinenbo ★

17/03/2021
★中川★Nakagawa Jinenbo ★CHOUSEN Karatsu bowl ★ guaranteed real ★chawan 朝鮮唐津茶碗★ chosen unused co-box self-fabric stunning glaze with taste. Body size is the diameter of about 11 centimeters to about 11.3 centimeters. The height of about 8.5 centimeters to 9.2 centimeters. The size of the co-box is about 15 cm × about 15 cm × about 12.2 centimeters.
★中川★Nakagawa Jinenbo ★CHOUSEN Karatsu bowl ★ guaranteed real ★chawan 朝鮮唐津茶碗★ chosen unused co-box self-fabric stunning glaze with taste. Body size is the diameter of about 11 centimeters to about 11.3 centimeters. The height of about 8.5 centimeters to 9.2 centimeters. The size of the co-box is about 15 cm × about 15 cm × about 12.2 centimeters.

Nakagawa Jinenbo (1953-2011)

Became a potter aged 24 on the advice of his then boss. Went on to build his own bamboo climbing kiln (Jizenbogama) in 1982, after training under Inoue Toya at Kyozangama in Karatsu for three years.
Following this, he mostly showcased his work in solo exhibitions, including at Shibuya Kurodatoen in 1985, and at the Odakyu Department Store the same year.
Nakagawa developed a style of pottery that was unbound by convention, yet respectful of the traditional techniques of Karatsu-ware, such as brush-decorated, mottled, Korean, and brushed slip. He mainly specialized in the production of tea bowls.
In 2000, he succeeded in recreating a tea bowl in the old Okugorai style of Karatsu-ware, and became known as an artist to watch. He died at the age of 58.

1953 Jinenbo Nakagawa was born in Saga.   1977 Jinenbo studied under Touya Inoue.   1982 Became independent and built his own kiln.   1985 Held his first solo exhibition at Shibuya Kurodatoen.   2000 Started pushing himself to reproduce Oku-gorai and Oh-ido Chawan (Old Korean type tea bowls) .
1953 Jinenbo Nakagawa was born in Saga. 1977 Jinenbo studied under Touya Inoue. 1982 Became independent and built his own kiln. 1985 Held his first solo exhibition at Shibuya Kurodatoen. 2000 Started pushing himself to reproduce Oku-gorai and Oh-ido Chawan (Old Korean type tea bowls) .