In the 17th century, Korin Ogata perfected the "Rinpa" art style, which incorporated the unique stylistic beauty of Japan. Large chrysanthemums bloom profusely against a background of indigo, and garden plants peek out from a painting of a window in this Arita-yaki porcelain of the highest quality, with its perfect harmony of white porcelain, color painting and gold glazing. The bold composition of the work uses elegant brushstrokes and color to depict familiar subjects such as flowers and garden plants in a spontaneous manner. Truly, the Rinpa art style, perfected by Korin Ogata, is one of the pinnacles of Edo culture. “Rinpa Ko-Imari” is a continuation of this style, and its designs have blossomed through the devotion and passion of potters. The elegant beauty of this style based on indigo reflects the heart of the Japanese people.
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