m-124 古伊万里 KOIMARI 染付 孔雀文 向付
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m-124 古伊万里 KOIMARI 染付 孔雀文 向付

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本体価格:¥6,300- <古伊万里 染付 孔雀文 向付> 時代:江戸後期 状態: ホツやニューなどはありません。口縁外側すぐ下に極小の釉トビがあります。鉄分によるソバカスが見込みに一つ、胴体内側に数箇所見られます。高台に経年のスレがあります。口径が 9.0cmあり、向付けとしてはやや大きめのサイズです。 口径:9.0cm 底径 5.1cm 高さ:6.3cm 滋賀県甲賀市にある『ミホミュージアム』 は、応挙の描いた孔雀の掛け軸を所蔵しています。江戸中期の画家、円山応挙(1733-1795)は虎の絵で有名ですが、この応挙の描いた孔雀は番(つがい)のようで、羽を拡げた雄の姿とその前にいる前傾みの雌は、いかにも応挙らしく写実的でデコラティブに描かれています。応挙の代表的な作品は1770年代に多く、元号では明和・安永・天明・寛政期にあたります。 一方、寛政年間(1789-1801)に出版された地誌『摂津名所図絵』には摂津の国 (大阪府の北西部・兵庫県の南東部)の『孔雀茶店』(くじゃくちゃや)なるものが絵で紹介されています。檻の中に入った孔雀三羽のうち一羽が大きく羽を拡げており、家族連れなどの見物客が珍しそうに孔雀を眺めている光景が描かれています。孔雀は茶店の客寄せのためのもので、言ってみれば今の動物園のようなものだと言えます。これらのことから、孔雀は寛政年間頃には知る人ぞ知るという存在で、肥前、古伊万里の絵付け師達もこの優美で珍しい鳥を器のモチーフにしたのでしょう。 124 Peacock Design Mukohzuke, Koimari Sometsuke Period: Early to Mid19th Century, Edo Period Dia.: 9.0cm (top), 5.1cm (bot.) Hgt.: 6.3cm Condition: There is a tiny glaze-missed spot just below the rim outside. A few freckle-like iron dots appeared after firing on the Mikomi center area and the inside wall. The Kohdai platform is somewhat rubbed due to its age. No cracks or chips. Miho Museum in Kohka-city, Shiga prefecture has a a large scroll of peacock painting by Ohkyo. Maruyama Ohkyo.(1733-1795) was a painter in the mid Edo period, and famous for his tiger painting. The peacocks in this painting look a pair. The one extending its wings is male, and the other bending down seems female. They are realistically drawn and decorative as typical Ohkyo's piece. Ohkyo's representative works are concentrated in 1770s: the Meiwa, Annei, Tenmei and Kansei in the Japanese era names. On the other hand, a series of books called "Settsu Meisho Zue" (Settsu Region Tourism Spots in Illustration) was published during the Kansei period (1789-1801). These books introduced interesting spots in Osaka area and its vicinities with illustration. One of the illustrated articles is titled "Kujaku Cha-ya"(Peacock Tea Shop) , and it depicts three peacocks in a large cage. One of them extends its wings, and spectators, young guys and a family members are watching those unusual birds and apparently enjoying.The peacocks are exhibited publicly for getting visitors to the tea shop, like a zoo. From these facts, though the number of people who knew peacock during the Kansei era were limited, at least some people got to know it. It seems that Koimari painters took this unusual bird as a motif of their porcelains. ※古伊万里などの商品は手作りによる骨董品のため、カタチのゆがみ、色のむら、ホツ、ソゲ、ニュウなどある場合がございます。 ※Some of the items in this gallery shop may have cracks, chips or slight deformation, because Koimari is antique and they are all handmade.