Inchin Lee

Beginning with urns, bottles, bowls, and plates, Inchin Lee began to master the throwing wheel while living in the United States before returning to Korea for further training in traditional techniques. Inspired by imagery of thatched houses and mountain ranges, he frequently uses coloured glazes to depict pastoral scenery.

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Large Vessel (Faceted)
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ROUND VASE
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PORCELAIN LANTERN
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ROUND JAR
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TALL VASE
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SHORT VASE
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FACETED JAR
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FACETED JAR
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TALL VASE
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TALL JAR
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ROUND JAR
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FACETED JAR
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CARVED JAR
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COLLECTING & PILING - TOWER
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COLLECTING & PILING - ROUND BASKET
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COLLECTING & PILING - SHORT BASKET
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BOTTLE FORMS
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Burnt Soil
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Overwhelming (Bat)
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Tails of Legendary Fox 01
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Memory 9
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Wing
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I Painted Rain, which Became Raindrops 4
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Second Surface_Ob5
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House - Apple
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