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Shoji Hamada

Japanese potter, widely recognized as one of the great modern potters. He studied and held a professorship at the Institute of Pottery in Kyoto. He worked primarily in stoneware, using ash or iron glazes producing utilitarian wares in strong, simple shapes brushed with abstract design.

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