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Neighing

Suzuki Osamu

Asian Art

MEDIUM Stoneware with iron slip and ash glaze
DATES 1991
DIMENSIONS Height: 18 in. (45.7 cm) Base: 6 1/4 in. (15.9 cm) Other (Mouth diameter): 6 5/8 in. (16.8 cm)  (show scale)
MARKINGS Su
SIGNATURE Signed and Sealed: Osamu
COLLECTIONS Asian Art
MUSEUM LOCATION This item is not on view
ACCESSION NUMBER 2003.2
CREDIT LINE Purchase gift of the B.D.G. Leviton Foundation in honor of Dr. Bertram H. Schaffner's 90th Birthday
RIGHTS STATEMENT © Estate of Osamu Suzuki
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CAPTION Suzuki Osamu (Japanese, 1926-2001). Neighing, 1991. Stoneware with iron slip and ash glaze, Height: 18 in. (45.7 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Purchase gift of the B.D.G. Leviton Foundation in honor of Dr. Bertram H. Schaffner's 90th Birthday, 2003.2. © Estate of Osamu Suzuki
IMAGE overall, 2003.2_SL3.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph
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