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MARY WALLACE

    

Natsu-jawan

Natsu-jawan are Summer Bowls - vessels for drinking tea when the weather is warm.  A traditional chawan (tea bowl), the wider shape allows tea cool more quickly.


There are many types of tea ceremony in Japan depending on the season, the time of day or a particular occasion. The first tea ceremony of the year held in January is called Hatsugama, which means  “first kettle.” 

Asa-cha is an early-morning summer tea ceremony.  Yûzari-no-chaji is the early-evening tea ceremony held in warmer months.

 

Details for all paintings in this collection
Mixed Media - Beeswax, pigments, gold
Dimensions 18 x 18cm
Framed 23 x 23cm
€260







Natsu-jawan 1









Natsu-jawan 3









Natsu-jawan 10








Hir-yu
 








Hasu-ko










Natsu-jawan 2









Natsu-jawan 5









Natsu-jawan 11









Chup-Kamai