The Quiet Eye: Pottery of Shoji Hamada and Bernard Leach
Photographs of the artists. Large color plates. 58p. Measures 8.5x11 inches. Catalog for traveling exhibition. Chronology for each artist. Exhibition checklist.
Shoji Hamada (1894-1978) was a Japanese potter and a major figure of the Mingei folk-art movement.
Bernard Leach (1887-1979) is known as the Father of British studio pottery.
Together they were key figures in the introduction of Japanese aesthetic culture to the world of modern craftsmanship and of the modern arts of the West to Japan.
Articles by Jo Farb Hernandez, Carole Austin, Susan H. Peterson, and Warren Mackenzie.
Artists: Shoji Hamada and Bernard Leach.
Title: The Quiet Eye: Pottery of Shoji Hamada and Bernard Leach.
Publisher: Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, 1990.
Condition: Unmarked text. Very Good.
Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#28416)
Keywords: Ceramics, Studio Pottery, 20th Century Pottery, Art History, Craftsmen, Aesthetics, Artist-Craftsmen, Japanese Art, British Art, Arts and Crafts, Folk Art, Mingei, Mingei Folk Art, Artists, Pottery, Art Exhibitions