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Shoen Uemura (Japan, 1875 –1949)

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Shōen Uemura (1875 –1949) was the pseudonym of an important female artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period Japanese painting. In Japan female artist Shoen Uemura is a highly respected person and a kind of household name. People owe her respect for her courage to fight for the rights of women in Japan and for her achievements as a great artist.
In 1941 Uemura Shoen became a member of the Imperial Art Academy. And in 1948 she became the first woman to receive the Order of Cultural Merit.

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Shoen Uemura (Japan, 1875 –1949)

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  2. 2. Woman Waiting for the Moon to Rise 1944
  3. 3. PortraitofaBeauty1937 Wind
  4. 4. Autumn
  5. 5. Spring of Kuruwa 1936 Reading 1940
  6. 6. KomachiWashingtheFascicle,1928or1937 Firefly
  7. 7. EarlyAutumn,2001 Komachi Washing the Fascicle, 1928 or 1937
  8. 8. Early fall 1943
  9. 9. Beauty in Spring
  10. 10. Evening
  11. 11. Beauty and plum
  12. 12. Firefly 1949
  13. 13. Snow-TheNationalMuseumofModernArt,Tokyo LateAutumn,1943-OsakaCityMuseumoffineArts
  14. 14. Flame 1918 Tokyo National Museum
  15. 15. Beautiful Woman Reading a Book (1941) Tokyo Fuji Art Museum
  16. 16. Fragrance of Spring (Japanese garb), 1940
  17. 17. 1942
  18. 18. Springevening 1942 Whispering beauties
  19. 19. Title, Date and Location unknown
  20. 20. Spring breeze, 1940 Kuwayama Museum of Art, Nagoya
  21. 21. Flower1910 MerrySeasonofCherryBlossoms,1907-12
  22. 22. New firefly Yamatane Museum of Art
  23. 23. Waiting for the Moon Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art
  24. 24. Madame Kusunoki Masahige 1944
  25. 25. Maiko Yamatanemuseum
  26. 26. 1926 Spring and Autumn 1930
  27. 27. Picture of Makeup 1913
  28. 28. Longnight
  29. 29. Preparingfordance1914-TheNationalMuseumofModernArt,Kyoto
  30. 30. Preparingfordance1914Details
  31. 31. Young leaves Snowstorm
  32. 32. Making a Wish for a Long Life on Chrysanthemums Tokyo Fuji Art Museum Evening Coolness
  33. 33. Mother and child 1934 The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo PineVillage-lovechild–HiroshimaMuseumofArt
  34. 34. Gosho doll Chinese beauty
  35. 35. GeishaDressingwithAttendant1930
  36. 36. Evening 1941
  37. 37. Autumn attire
  38. 38. Autumn garb 1936
  39. 39. Autumn leaves
  40. 40. Yang Guifei Shohaku Art Museum
  41. 41. Yuanyang topknot 1935 Snow
  42. 42. Firefly 1944 The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
  43. 43. Bride 1935 The Flowers of Life Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art
  44. 44. Flower Basket 1915
  45. 45. Large flakes of snow 1944
  46. 46. Snow, 1940
  47. 47. Sound of the Tabor, 1940
  48. 48. Sound of Tsuzumi (Tabor or Drum), 1940
  49. 49. Beauty with Tabor (Drum) Japanese woman looking in a mirror LadySeiShonagonRollingupaReedBlind(1895)
  50. 50. Catching Fireflies, 1932
  51. 51. Cherry Blossom Viewing
  52. 52. Figure of beauty in Kyoto Firefly
  53. 53. Daughter Miyuki 1914
  54. 54. Garden of Snow (1948)
  55. 55. Sakura
  56. 56. FireflyYamataneMuseumofArt
  57. 57. Folding Paper Cranes, 1940 Orizuru Yamatane Museum of Art A Fine Day 1941 Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art
  58. 58. Shower in late autumn
  59. 59. Spring day
  60. 60. Spring attire 1936 Yamatane Museum of Art Spring brise
  61. 61. Kate
  62. 62. The Loyal Ronin Blindfold GameSpring and Autumn
  63. 63. Snowstorm
  64. 64. Paint brush 1942 Yamatane Museum of Art
  65. 65. The Sound of Insects Brings Lady to Peek Outside
  66. 66. Noriyuki late dance figure
  67. 67. Hana 1935
  68. 68. Momijigari
  69. 69. Spring 1935
  70. 70. Figure Noriyuki beauty 1937 Kita-no-Mandokoro, wife of Regency
  71. 71. Fairy Lady, Chu Lian Xiang, c. 1924
  72. 72. Portrait of a Tang Beauty 1924
  73. 73. Looking up at the Rainbow, 1932 pair of two-fold screens each 182.0 x 181.0 The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
  74. 74. GhostwithSword1922-26
  75. 75. Man dance 1938
  76. 76. Shizuka Gozen, shirabyoshi dancer
  77. 77. Jo-no-Mai, (Noh Dance Prelude) The University Art Museum - Tokyo
  78. 78. Text & pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: James Galway - Hamabe no Uta (Song of the Seashore) by Tamezo Narita 2016
  79. 79. Shōen was born in Shimogyō-ku, Kyoto, as the second daughter of a tea merchant. She was born two months after the death of her father and thus grew up together with her mother and aunts in an all female household. Her mother’s tea shop attracted a refined, cultured clientele for the art of Japanese tea ceremony. As a child, Shōen drew pictures and exhibited considerable skill at drawing human figures. She became obsessed with the ukiyo-e works of Hokusai. Her mother supported her decision to pursue an artistic career. In Japan female artist Shoen Uemura is a highly respected person and a kind of household name. People owe her respect for her courage to fight for the rights of women in Japan and for her achievements as a great artist. In 1941 Uemura Shoen became a member of the Imperial Art Academy. And in 1948 she became the first woman to receive the Order of Cultural Merit. Like several others of her contemporary Japanese fellow artists, she would most probably have made an International career if the time-schedule of her life had been a different one. Without access to the large North American market, no Japanese artist can make an International career. Uemura Shōen (1875 –1949) was the pseudonym of an important female artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period Japanese painting. Her real name was Uemura Tsune. Shōen was known primarily for her bijinga paintings of beautiful women in the nihonga style, although she also produced numerous works on historical themes and traditional subjects

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