Historical information

Ino SHUKUHO (13.02.1943- )

Born Kyoto, Japan

The work of Ino Shukuho are completely handmade with the vast majority of his pots rectangle, squares or oval in shap. His pottery techniques limit production to a maximum of 3-4 pots daily. He is considered a Jaoanese 'national treasure' and he once handcrafter pottery for the Japanese emperor.

In 1982 Shikuho Ino was a distinguished guest of the Gippsland Centre of Art and Design (GCAD).

Physical description

Wheel thrown porcelain with celadon glaze.

Inscriptions & markings

Artist's stamp on base.