|58. Kawakatsu Kizan (act. 1910s) & Kiyomizu Shichibei II (1843-1918)|
Teoke mizusashi, bucket style water container: Keiba - Horse race.Signed: Kizan & Shichibei
Technique: square e-karatsu style earthenware from Kyoto with an underglaze decoration of a horse race, with a black lacquered lid ☐ 21,5 x 18 (22,4)
Kizan studied with the Kyoto Maruyama-Shijô painter Maekawa Bunrei (1837-1917).
Shichibei II was the eldest son of the Shimizu Shichibei I (1818-1891). Shichibei I founded his own kiln after his younger brother Rokubei III (1822-1883) succeeded to the Kiyomizu kiln in 1838.