Dating japanese ceramics
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Carl Weyerhaeuser (1901-96) was the grandson of the founder of the Weyerhaeuser lumber company.
It is in excellent condition and is handpainted in traditional blue and white.An elderly woman that my grandparents cared for left it to them upon her passing.It has been with our family for about 15 years now.The real question that I have is: There is an impressed manufacturers mark on the bottom of the umbrella stand that appears to be either a chinese or japanese character/symbol.By comparing older works to a variety of ceramic styles created by Japan's "Living National Treasures," SHAPED WITH A PASSION will reveal the artists' links to the past and their contemporary innovations on forms, glazes, decorations and techniques.The exhibition is organized by The Art Complex Museum with the assistance of Smith Kramer Fine Art Service in Kansas City, Missouri.
The additional works from the Indianapolis Museum of Art are organized by The Dayton Art Institute with the cooperation of the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
One of the major contemporary Japanese ceramic collections outside Japan, the Weyerhaeuser Collection ranks as the third largest American museum collection of contemporary Japanese ceramics after the Art Institute of Chicago and the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York.
Making connections between past and present, SHAPED WITH A PASSION: The Carl A.
Weyerhaeuser Collection of Japanese Ceramics from the 1970s will showcase the mystery and beauty of contemporary Japanese ceramics at The Dayton Art Institute.
This special exhibition features approximately 120 works from the Weyerhaeuser Collection at The Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, Massachusetts.
Accompanying the show are 13 pieces of Japanese ceramics dating from the 18th through 19th centuries from the Indianapolis Museum of Art's Charles Freer Collection.