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Red-crowned crane (left), silkscreen by Shoko UEMURARed-crowned Crane (left)
Red-crowned crane (right), silkscreen by Shoko UEMURARed-crowned Crane (right)
Japanese Blue Magpie, lithograph by Shoko UEMURAJapanese Blue Magpie
Autumn, lithograph by Shoko UEMURAAutumn
Summer Field, lithograph by Shoko UEMURASummer Field
Bamboo Snow, woodcut by Shoko UEMURABamboo Snow
Fantails, lithograph by Shoko UEMURAFantails
Spring Field, lithograph by Shoko UEMURASpring Field
Violet, woodcut by Shoko UEMURAViolet
Rabbits, lithograph by Shoko UEMURARabbits
Rabbits (Mother and Children), lithograph by Shoko UEMURARabbits (Mother and Children)
Hibiscus and Cardinal, lithograph by Shoko UEMURAHibiscus and Cardinal
Nodding Anemone, silkscreen, lithograph by Shoko UEMURANodding Anemone
Snow, lithograph by Shoko UEMURASnow
Moon, lithograph by Shoko UEMURAMoon
Flower, lithograph by Shoko UEMURAFlower
Mandarin Ducks, lithograph by Shoko UEMURAMandarin Ducks
Mandarin Ducks, woodcut by Shoko UEMURAMandarin Ducks
Spring Field, woodcut by Shoko UEMURASpring Field
Spring Brightness, lithograph by Shoko UEMURASpring Brightness
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Biography of Shoko UEMURA

Portrait of Shoko UEMURA1902 - Japanese painter Shoko UEMURA was born in Kyoto. His mother is a Japanese painter Shoen UEMURA.
1920 - Graduated from Kyoto City School of Arts and Crafts. Entered Kyoto City Specialist School of Painting, and studied under Suisho Nishiyama. Entered Shoko-sha, a private school of painting. Awarded his first prize at the 3rd Teiten Exhibition.
1924 - Graduated from Kyoto City Specialist School of Painting, then went to the graduate school.
1928 - Won the Special Award at the 9th Teiten Exhibition.
1930 - Completed the graduate course of the Kyoto City Specialist School of Painting.
1933 - His first son, Atsushi UEMURA was born. Exhibited at the Teiten exhibition, and became exempted from future examinations required to display art in the exhibition.
1947 - Appointed to the Judge of the Nitten exhibition.
1948 - Formed a new organization with several other artists called "Sozo Bijutsu" (Creation of Art).
1949 - Became a professor at Kyoto City Specialist School of Arts.
1959 - Received the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts.
1967 - Received Japan Art Academy Award.
1972 - Designated a Person of Cultural Merit by Kyoto City.
1973 - Received a Merit Award of Arts and Crafts in Kyoto Prefecture. Received the third class of the Order of the Sacred Treasure.
1974 - The Nihonga Division of Shinseisaku Association was reorganized as Sogakai.
1981 - Appointed to the member of The Japan Art Academy.
1983 - Designated a Person of Cultural Merit.
1984 - Selected as an honorary citizen of Kyoto City. Given the Order of Culture.
2000 - Shoko UEMURA passed away at the age of 98.

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