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Uemura Atsushi

History

Uemura Atsushi


Kikuitadaki, Uemura Atsushi
Taishun, Uemura Atsushi

Kikuitadaki
Uemura Atsushi
Silk screen
Birds and Animals

Taishun
Uemura Atsushi
Silk screen
Birds and Animals



Soukaku, Uemura Atsushi
Tanchou, Uemura Atsushi

Soukaku
Uemura Atsushi
Silk screen
Birds and Animals

Tanchou
Uemura Atsushi
Silk screen
Birds and Animals



Ryokuu, Uemura Atsushi
Soushu

Ryokuu
Uemura Atsushi
Lithograph
Birds and Animals

Soushu
Uemura Atsushi
Woodcut
Birds and Animals



Shigi
Nogoma

Shigi
Uemura Atsushi
Silk screen
Birds and Animals

Nogoma
Uemura Atsushi
Lithograph
Birds and Animals



Kanjitsu
Mahiwa

Kanjitsu
Uemura Atsushi
Silk screen
Birds and Animals

Mahiwa
Uemura Atsushi
Lithograph
Birds and Animals



Tori tachi no uta
Ruribitaki

Tori tachi no uta
Uemura Atsushi
Silk screen
Birds and Animals

Ruribitaki
Uemura Atsushi
Silk Screen
Birds and Animals



Benimashiko
Hishou

Benimashiko
Uemura Atsushi
Lithograph
Birds and Animals

Hishou
Uemura Atsushi
Lithograph
Birds and Animals



Natsuhikage
Shigi

Natsuhikage
Uemura Atsushi
Lithograph
Birds and Animals

Shigi
Uemura Atsushi
Lithograph
Birds and Animals



Shirokujaku
Mizube no tori

Shirokujaku
Uemura Atsushi
Silk Screen
Birds and Animals

Mizube no tori
Uemura Atsushi
Silk Screen
Birds and Animals


History

1933

On April 12, Uemura Atsushi was born in Kyoto as a son of Uemura Shoko and a grandchild of Uemura Shoen.

1953

He entered "Kyoto-shiritsu Bijutsu Daigaku (existing Kyoto City University of Arts)".

1956

He exhibited "Hakage" and "Karita" at the spring exhibition of the Shin-seisaku Kyokai Japanese painting section, and exhibited "Mizu" at the 20th Shin-seisaku Kyokai exhibition.

1957

He graduated from "Kyoto-shiritsu Bijutsu Daigaku (existing Kyoto City University of Arts)".

1968

He exhibited at the exhibition of the Shin-seisaku Kyokai.

1978

He exhibited Soga-ten exhibition.

1981

He was appointed to a member of the Soga-kai.

1984

He took office to a professor of the Kyoto City University of Arts.

1995

He was awarded the Japan Art Academy prize.

1999

He took office to a vice president of the Kyoto City University of Arts.




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