Fall Reflections (Shūei)

Artist: Morino Hiroaki Taimei (Japan, born 1934)
Historical period(s)
Heisei era, 2004
Stoneware with low-temperature enamel glazes, on wood base
H x W x D: 13.3 × 14 × 5.1 cm (5 1/4 × 5 1/2 × 2 in)
Japan, Kyoto
Credit Line
Purchase — funds provided anonymously in honor of Victor and Takako Hauge and Halsey and Alice North
Accession Number
On View Location
Currently not on view
Ceramic, Sculpture


glazed, Heisei era (1989 - present), Japan, stoneware

From 2004 to ?Halsey and Alice North, New York, New York, purchased from the artist, Morino Hiroaki Taimei (b. 1934), Kyoto, Japan in 2004. [1]To 2017Joan B Mirviss Ltd., New York, New York. [2]From 2017Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, purchased from Joan B Mirviss Ltd., New York, New York. [3]Notes:[1] Halsey and Alice North purchased this work directly from the artist. See documentation from Joan B Mirviss Ltd., object file, Collections Management Office. [2][2] See Acquisition Consideration Form, object file, Collections Management Office.[3] See note 2.

Previous Owner(s) and Custodian(s)

Joan Mirviss Ltd.
Halsey and Alice North

Published References

Joe Earle, Halsey North, Alice North. Contemporary Clay: Japanese Ceramics for the New Century. Exh. cat. Boston and New York, October 7, 2005 - July 9, 2006. 64-65.

Collection Area(s)
Contemporary Art, Japanese Art
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