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Iro-eTakanori Fujino藤野貴則


Takanori Fujino

Iro-e  1974-

Porcelain with silver paint is Fujino’s distinctive work.
He spent almost 25 years to develop porcelain with silver paint. Fujino has an excellent reputation, particularly in glaze paintings on white porcelain, and is regarded as one of Japan's promising, mid-career ceramic artists.


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Takanori Fujino was born in Oita (southern Japan) in 1974. After graduating from Kyushu Designers Gakuin in 1994, he was apprenticed to Nobuhiko Sueoka, who had been a pupil of Yoshimichi Fujimoto, a pioneer ceramic artist who specialized in glaze painting on white porcelain and was designated as a Living National Treasure in 1986. Fujino started his kiln in Komoro City, in the middle of Japan, in 2011 and currently specializes in glaze painting on white porcelain. He became a member of the Japan Kogei Association in 2005.
He has held solo exhibitions at major art galleries throughout Japan, including those held every year since 2012 at the Keio Department Store in the Shinjuku area of Tokyo, those in 2011 and 2012 at the Tokyu Department Store in the Shibuya area of Tokyo, and one in 2019 at the Seibu Department Store in the Ikebukuro area of Tokyo.

Awards received

Awards received Awards received

Fujino won prizes at the Japan Traditional Kogei Exhibition in 1996, the Japan Traditional Kogei Exhibition of New Works in 1997, and the Issuikai Exhibition in 2006.

Works by Takanori Fujino

Works by  Takanori Fujino Takanori Fujino