Bibliographic Details

Fired with passion : contemporary Japanese ceramics / Samuel J. Lurie and Beatrice L. Chang ; principal photography by Geoff Spear ; design by Lurie, Chang, and Spear.

Author / Creator Lurie, Samuel J.
Edition 1st ed.
Imprint New York : Eagle Art Pub., 2006.
Description xviii, 245 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm.
Language English
Subject Pottery, Japanese -- 20th century.
Pottery, Japanese -- History.
Pottery, Japanese.
History.
Format Print, Book
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/7249534
Varying Form of Title Portion of title Contemporary Japanese ceramics
Other authors / contributors Chang, Beatrice L.
Spear, Geoff.
ISBN 1891640380
9781891640384
Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. 242-244).
Table of Contents:
  • The legacy: a brief history until 1945
  • Jomon period (13,000 BC-500 BC)
  • Yayoi period (500 BC-250 AD)
  • Kofun period through Muromachi period (250-1568)
  • Momoyama period (1568-1603)
  • Edo period through early Showa period (1603-1945)
  • Itaya Hazan
  • Tomimoto Kenkichi
  • Contemporary Ceramics: post 1945
  • Chronology of abstract ceramic sculpture
  • Pioneers of abstract ceramic sculpture
  • Hayashi Yasuo
  • Yagi Kazuo
  • Suzuki Osamu
  • Kumakura Junkichi
  • Kyoto Region
  • Nonomura Ninsei
  • Ogata Kenzan
  • Ishiguro Munemaro
  • Kawai Kanjiro
  • Tsuboi Asuka
  • Fukami Sueharu
  • Takiguchi Kazuo
  • Hinoda Takashi
  • Yamazaki Akira
  • Miyashita Zenji
  • Morino Hiroaki Taimei
  • Miyanaga Tozan III (Rikichi)
  • Shigematsu Ayumi
  • Bizen, Shigaraki and Iga styles
  • Kaneshige Toyo
  • Fujiwara Kei
  • Fujiwara Yu
  • Kaneshige Kosuke
  • Toyofuku Hiroshi
  • Abe Anjin
  • Yamamoto Izuru
  • Kohara Yasuhiro
  • Koyama Yashuisa
  • Sugimoto Sadamitsu
  • Oribe style
  • Higashida Shigemasa
  • Suzuki Goro
  • Takauchi Shugo
  • Gifu Region
  • Arakwara Toyozo
  • Wakao Toshisada
  • Kato Sho
  • Koie Ryoji
  • Nakashima Harumi
  • Kato Kiyoyuki
  • Kato Tsubusa
  • Imura Toshimi
  • Tokyo Region
  • Kitaoji Rosanjin
  • Koike Shoko
  • Matsuda Yuriko
  • Onodera Gen
  • Nakamura Kimpei
  • Mashiko and other regions
  • Hamada Shoji
  • Koinuma Michio
  • Kamoda Shoji
  • Matsui Kosei
  • Ichigawa Kazuhiro
  • Tokuda Yasokichi
  • Tea ceremony bowls.