Tadanari Mitsuoka


Tadanari Mitsuoka 1907-1994

Tadanari Mitsuoka was born in mie prefecture.
In 1930, after graduating from Department of Aesthetics and Art History, Faculty of Letters, Tokyo Imperial University, worked at the Museum Yamato Bunkakan.
In 1968, became the Professor of the Kyoto City University of Arts.
In 1970, researched new guinea sepik art.
In 1972 became the Director of the Tekisui Museum of Art.
In 1974, visited the kiln in south gyeongsang province, south korea.
From 1974 to 1986, became the Professor of the Otemae Women’s University.
In 1987, received the Fujio Koyama Memorial Award Achievement Award.
His research focuses on the history of oriental ceramics, and his publications include “Ancient Kiln of the Tea” and “Shigaraki and Iga”.

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