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SHOJI HAMADA

SHOJI HAMADA

Shoji Hamada vase. With Bernard Leach, Hamada started the Mingei movement in 1926, Mashiko, in Tochigi Prefecture, about two hours by train from Tokyo. The movement sought to revive rapidly disappearing ceramics techniques that were being drowned in a rising tide of industrial production.

Shoji Hamada vase. With Bernard Leach, Hamada started the Mingei movement in 1926, Mashiko, in Tochigi Prefecture, about two hours by train from Tokyo. The movement sought to revive rapidly disappearing ceramics techniques that were being drowned in a rising tide of industrial production.

Shoji Hamada, Japanese (1894-1978), Press-moulded rectangular bottle, tenmoku under nuka; height: 7 3/4 - by Maynards Fine Antiques

Shoji Hamada, Japanese (1894-1978), Press-moulded rectangular bottle, tenmoku under nuka; height: 7 3/4 - by Maynards Fine Antiques

Stoneware bottle, Made by Hamada Shoji (1894-1978), Japan, Mashiko || About 1931 || Stoneware, with off-white glaze || V&A

Stoneware bottle, Made by Hamada Shoji (1894-1978), Japan, Mashiko || About 1931 || Stoneware, with off-white glaze || V&A

Shoji Hamada, Red Glazed Stoneware Vase  Auction: 2010, Cowans+Clark+DelVecchio Modern Ceramics

Shoji Hamada, Red Glazed Stoneware Vase Auction: 2010, Cowans+Clark+DelVecchio Modern Ceramics

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