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q3  Antique Japanese OTAGAKI RENGETSU Tanka poetry Green tea bowl  | eBay

q3 Antique Japanese OTAGAKI RENGETSU Tanka poetry Green tea bowl | eBay

Tea Bowl with poem on the reverse: by Otagaki Rengetsu ............. Still Crimson, In the shade of the maple leaves, I take cover......Somehow a happy event.........To feel the first rain of winter. Rengetsu

yama-bato: “ Tea Bowl with Painting by Otagaki Rengetsu Someaenu koyo no kage ni machitsukete kyo wa ureshiki hatsushigure kana Still Crimson, In the shade of the maple leaves I take cover; Somehow a happy event To feel the first rain of.

here's the poem, brushed by the female artist Rengetsu:  This being New Year’s Day to the fields my heart is drawn – may there be young pines to be pulled

yama-bato: “ A charming, hand-built tea bowl, with the design of a pine on the inside, and a poem on the outside brushed by the female artist Rengetsu: This being New Year’s Day to the fields my.

Otagaki Rengetsu and Isso (potter’s seal) ‘My thoughts’ tea bowl [chawan] c.1870 glazed stoneware, incised calligraphy, Japan

Otagaki Rengetsu and Isso (potter’s seal) ‘My thoughts’ tea bowl [chawan] glazed stoneware, incised calligraphy x cm Hamilton Art Gallery. Gift of Geoff Handbury.

Otagaki Rengetsu and Issō  (potter’s seal)'Night storm' tea bowl [chawan] 19th century glazed stoneware, incised calligraphy 7.0 x 11.6 cmPrivate collection, St Louis, National Gallery of Australia   Night storm – its ravages extinguishinginto snow.On waking, I light kindlingat Shigaraki village.  (trans. Sayumi Takahashi)

minor-arcana: “ Otagaki Rengetsu and Issō (potter’s seal) ‘Night storm’ tea bowl [chawan] century glazed stoneware, incised calligraphy x cm Private collection, St Louis Night storm.

Chawan - Kintsugi (gold repair)

Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing damaged ceramics with gold or metal, in effect rendering the piece more beautiful than before it was broken. click through for more examples.

Late Spring Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu  (Japanese Functional Object)

Late Spring Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu

Late Spring Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu (Japanese Functional Object)

Otagaki Rengetsu

Summer Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu Tachiyoran kage mo natsu no no kusamura ni tsuyu o motomete tobu kocho kana [The inscribed poem winds around the bowl] I pass by a summer field No shade to be found; In the thick grass Butterflies flit Searching.

Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875) | Three tea bowls - reid@workingmanstudio.com - Working Man Studio Mail

Black Robe, White Mist: Art of the Japanese Buddhist Nun Rengetsu

Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu        Kogahara ochite kokemusu kusamura ni      Kokoro nagaku mo sumeru tsuki kana        [The inscribed poem winds around the bowl]        Across the ancient fields      Bunches of moss      Mingle with thick grass;      My heart, too, is brightened      By the pure moonlight.      Rengetsu

yama-bato: “ Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu Kogahara ochite kokemusu kusamura ni Kokoro nagaku mo sumeru tsuki kana [The inscribed poem winds around the bowl] Across the ancient fields Bunches of moss Mingle with thick grass; My heart, too, is.

Tea bowl with inscribed poem, by Otagaki Rengetsu (1791-1875). Translation of her poem: Turned away at the inn / I take this unkindness / as grace... / resting instead / beneath the hazy moon / and evening blossoms.

Tea bowl with inscribed poem, by Otagaki Rengetsu Translation of her poem: Turned away at the inn / I take this unkindness / as grace. / resting instead / beneath the hazy moon / and evening blossoms.

Late Spring Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu (Japanese Functional Object)

Late Spring Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu

Late Spring Tea Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu (Japanese Functional Object)

Late Spring Guinomi Bowl by Otagaki Rengetsu. #zen

Late Spring Guinomi Bowl by Otagaki This delightful misshapen turned out to be a size between a small and a large sake cup. it does not fit quite in both hands as it should for a tea bowl but it is perfect for holding cupped in one hand to sip

Otagaki Rengetsu | Teabowl Though wishing not to fall in love is not a sentiment I especially share my happiness given by the gods lives in the Kamo riverbreeze.

Otagaki Rengetsu | Teabowl Though wishing not to fall in love is not a sentiment I especially share my happiness given by the gods lives in the Kamo riverbreeze.

Antique Japanese Pottery Tea Pot by Otagaki Rengetsu #1924 - CHANOYU

Antique Japanese Pottery Tea Pot by Otagaki Rengetsu #1924

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