H. 2 1/4 in. (5.7 cm); W. 9 in. square (22.9 cm square)
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Colman, 1893
Not on view
Katō Shuntai, whose father was the famous potter Shunzan, ran the official Owari branch of the Tokugawa family kiln (goyōyama) at Ofukeyo from 1817until 1851, when he passed the operations on to his son. He is famous for his Oribe style renditions.
Marking: (Impressed) Shuntai
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Colman , New York, 1893; donated to MMA
New York. Asia Society. "The Real, the Fake and the Masterpiece," June 9, 1988–August 28, 1988.
Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu. "Oribe, iwayuru Oribeizumu ni tsuite: Gifuken Bijutsukan kaikan 15-shūnen kinenten," October 17, 1997–December 7, 1997.
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Turning Point: Oribe and the Arts of Sixteenth-Century Japan," October 21, 2003–January 11, 2004.