Kingyoku Nakata (1945-????)

Kingyoku Nakata started as an overglaze painter in 1965. He studied basic techniques at a famous kiln in Kyoto. After his studies, he returned to Kutani - Ishikawa prefecture - and apprenticed under his father. He also studied with Yasokichi Tokuda (Living National Treasure) and 3 other masters in Kutani.

He has won many awards, including the grand prize of the Kutani Ware Technique Exhibition in 1988. In 1994 he was officially recognized as a Japanese Traditional Craftsman by the Japanese Government. When the Japanese prime minister visited Europe in 2000, he gave Kingyoku Nakata’s pieces as gifts.

Kingyoku is the leading expert in the blue-dot technique (Ao-Chibu), but also the wihite-dot technique (Shiro-Chibu), which means that a pattern is drawn by applying one drop of blue or white glaze at a time to the ceramic body.

Kingyoku 2nd was succeeded by his son Kingyoku 3rd.

The picture is one of his works (Ao-Chibu = blue dots) and his mark.

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Pierre Habets | Antwoord 05.10.2014 23.10

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