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Uemura Shoko

History

Uemura Shoko


Yuki, Ito Shinsui
Kiku o Ikeru, Ito Shinsui

Aki
Ito Shinsui
Lithograph
Figure

Chikusetsu
Ito Shinsui
Woodcut
Figure



Yuki, Ito Shinsui
Kiku o Ikeru, Ito Shinsui

Natsuno
Ito Shinsui
Lithograph
Figure

Onaga
Ito Shinsui
Lithograph
Figure



Kacho, Uemura Shoko

Kacho
Uemura Shoko
Lithograph
Birds and Animals


History

1902

Uemura Shoko was born in Kyoto as a son of the Japanese painter Uemura Shoen.

1915

He entered "Kyoto-shi Bijutsu Kougei Gakko (existing Kyoto City Dohda Senior High School of Arts)".

1921

He entered "Kyoto-shiritsu Kaiga Senmon Gakko (existing Kyoto City University of Arts)". He became the pupil of Nishiyama Suisho, and entered the private school of painting, "Shoko-sha".

1930

He took office the teacher of the "Kyoto-shi Bijutsu Kougei Gakko (existing Kyoto City Dohda Senior High School of Arts)".

1936

He took office the assistant professor of the "Kyoto-shiritsu Kaiga Senmon Gakko (existing Kyoto City University of Arts)".

1937

He exhibited "Boshi no Hitsuji (mother and child of sheep)"at the first "Shinbunten (existing Nitten)".

1941

He was appointed to the judge of the third "Nitten".

1948

He established the painting circle of the Japanese painter, "Souzou Bijutsu" with Akino Fuku, Yamamoto Kyujin, etc.

1949

He took office the professor of the "Kyoto-shiritsu Bijutsu Senmon Gakko (existing Kyoto City University of Arts)".
His mother Uemura Shoen passed away.

1953

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

1959

He was given the "Geijutsu senshou Monbudaijin Shou".

1968

He took office the honorary professor of the Kyoto City University of Arts.

1973

He was given the Orders of the Sacred treasure.

1981

He was appointed to the member of the Japan Art Academy.

1983

He was selected to the Person of Cultural Merits.

1984

He was given the Order of Culture.

1993

"The wind and the bird Uemura Shoko and Atsushi Exhibition" opened in Paris.

2001

Uemura Shoko passed away at 98 years old.




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