Art/ Collection/ Art Object
{{img.publicCaption}}

다완 조선
茶碗 朝鮮
Tea bowl with decoration of chrysanthemums and wavy lines

Period:
Joseon dynasty (1392–1910)
Date:
first half of the 17th century
Culture:
Probably Korea
Medium:
Stoneware with stamped, white-slip design
Dimensions:
H. 3 1/4 in. (8.3 cm); Diam. of rim 4 1/8 in. (10.5 cm); Diam. of foot 2 1/2 in. (6.4 cm)
Classification:
Ceramics
Credit Line:
The Howard Mansfield Collection, Gift of Howard Mansfield, 1936
Accession Number:
36.120.502
Not on view
The white slip, stamp technique, and chrysanthemum motif of the tea bowl indicate that it was produced specifically for the Japanese market. It was likely made in the early seventeenth century; however, it is also possible that it was a product of the so-called Busan kilns (active 1639–1718) in southeastern Korea, which manufactured and exported revivalist Korean-style ceramics designed to cater to the tastes of Japanese consumers.
Howard Mansfield , New York (until 1936; donated to MMA)
New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Poetry in Clay: Korean Buncheong Ceramics from Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art," April 7, 2011–August 14, 2011.

New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Korea: 100 Years of Collecting at the Met," February 7, 2015–March 27, 2016.

Related Objects

Moon Jar

Date: second half of the 18th century Medium: Porcelain Accession: 1979.413.1 On view in:Gallery 233

Maebyeong decorated with cranes and clouds

Date: late 13th century Medium: Stoneware with inlaid design under celadon glaze Accession: 27.119.11 On view in:Gallery 233

Chaos

Artist: Yoon Kwang-Cho (Korean, born 1946) Date: 2007 Medium: Stoneware with white slip and ash glaze Accession: 2011.89 On view in:Gallery 233

Covered urn with geometric decoration

Date: 8th century Medium: Stoneware with stamped decoration Accession: 1997.34.16a, b On view in:Gallery 233

Covered urn with geometric decoration

Date: 8th century Medium: Stoneware with stamped design Accession: 1997.34.18a, b On view in:Gallery 233