[Shouhaku Art Museum] Exhibition “In Commemoration of the Order of Culture, Shoko Uemura and Atsuyuki Uemura: Flower and Bird Paintings with Heart”


From December 6, 2022 (Tue) to February 5, 2023 (Sun), “In Commemoration of Junno Uemura’s Receipt of the Order of Culture, Flower and Bird Paintings with Heart: Uemura Shoko and Junno” will be held.

The flower-and-bird paintings by Uemura Shoko and Junno are not reproductions of our everyday space on silk or paper. What is depicted is a beautiful world created in the artist’s mind.
The two artists have continued to depict the world of birds and flowers, which they believe is the essence of oriental painting. In this exhibition, visitors will be able to enjoy the beautiful world created from the hearts of both Shoko and Junno through approximately 90 works by both artists.

Shoko Uemura "Rabbit" 1987

During the exhibition period, in commemoration of the 2022 Order of Cultural Merit awarded to the museum’s director, Uemura Atsuyuki, an art lecture and discussion with Sakakibara Yoshiro (professor emeritus at Kyoto City University of Arts) will also be held, and a commemorative postcard featuring the “Flower and Bird of the Four Seasons” design will be presented to all visitors to the museum.

In Commemoration of the Order of Culture, Shoko Uemura and Atsuyuki Uemura Exhibition of Flower and Bird Paintings with Heart

Junya Uemura "Flying Duck" Showa 61 (1986)
Duration: Tuesday, December 6, 2022 to Sunday, February 5, 2023
Closed: Mondays (However, the museum will be open on January 9 (Mon/holiday) and closed on January 10 (Tue))
Opening hours: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Admission until 4:00 p.m.)
Admission fee: Adults [including high school and university students] 820 yen, elementary and junior high school students 410 yen
・Group discount for 20 people or more (10% admission fee)
・20% off admission fee for the person with a disability and one accompanying person upon presentation of a disability certificate
Number of exhibited works: About 90 works (including rough sketches and drawings)
Postcard commemorating Atsuyuki Mura's Order of Culture


Uemura Shoko "Manazuru" 1980
Uemura Matsuhiko "Yanjin" 1982
Jungu Uemura "White Eagle" 2001
Atsuyuki Uemura, "Four Seasons on the Waterfront" 2009




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