Friday, June 18, 2021
Home News Autumn in Japan with Art

Autumn in Japan with Art

 After August, the heat that has been tormenting us finally eases up, and we finally enter the season of autumn.

 It has long been known that autumn is the season for sports, reading, appetite, and so on. But for art fans, autumn is all about art, isn’t it? Incidentally, the term “autumn of art” itself does not exist in other countries, and is said to be unique to Japan.

 The first reason for this is that Japan’s major exhibitions such as the Nika Exhibition, the Nitten Exhibition, and the In-Ten Exhibition are held in autumn. It is also said that the pleasant autumn weather gives people more time to enjoy art.

 Autumn is the season of the moon and beautiful autumn leaves. How elegant it is to take the trouble to appreciate the moon and autumn leaves in such a season. In this article, I would like to introduce a few works of art depicting the moon and autumn leaves in autumn, as if they were the original scenery of the Japanese people.

Yoshihiko Daichi

Autumn colors
46.4 x 55.5 cm

For more information about the artist, click here.

Keiko Kobayashi

Autumn in a small forest
46 x 58 cm
Deep autumn
46 x 58 cm

For more information about the artist, click here

Sai Seinan

Eight Scenes in Xiangxiang–Dong Garden Autumn Moon
145 x 80 cm

For more information about the artist, click here

Edi Matsumoto


Autumn38 x 76 cm

Click here for the artist’s details

Sachi Oizumi

Early Autumn Autumn
Flowers21 x 29 cm

Click here for the artist’s details

Hitomi Fujikawa

Autumn on the Water
91 x 72.7 cm

Click here for the artist’s details

Chikako Tone

Thoughts in Autumn
45.5 x 53 cm

Click here for the details of the work

aki

Signs of Autumn
16 x 11 cm

Click here for details

Shinzo Okuokahttps://www.tricera.net/
Born in 1992 in Tokyo, Japan. After studying Indian philosophy at university, she worked at a publishing company as a deputy editor of an art magazine and a shrine magazine, where she was involved in planning and editing magazines and books. 2019 she joined TRiCERA, a start-up company, where she was in charge of developing Japan's first cross-border e-commerce site specializing in contemporary art, managing artists, and launching the company's own on-demand media. He is also in charge of developing Japan's first cross-border e-commerce site specializing in contemporary art, managing artists, and launching the company's own owned media. He is a fast writer, and when he was working for a magazine, he was able to write 150 pages in a month by himself.

Most Popular

You Might Like

Exhibition to be clipped: Rina Mizuno.

Photography by MIYAJIMA Kei About Mizuma Art Gallery Mizuma Art Gallery, established in Tokyo in 1994 by Sueo Mizuma, has been introducing artists...

Social Distortions in Portraits

The Art of Taking Things Personally and Emotionally Let's say you are strolling through the collection at a museum. Are you the type of...

Decomposition and Reintegration of Landscape – Interview with Kosuke Kato

Click here for more information about the artist. Kosuke Kato says, "I decompose the visual information of the landscape and transform it into...

Why we as millennials should buy modern art.

We are shaping a more sophisticated future. We Millennials, including myself born in 1988, are like a hybrid of Phoebe and Rachel from FRIENDS....

Don't Miss

Review of the exhibition at Yutaka Kikutake Gallery, “In Need of a Nail

Installation View, Nerhol 'For want of a nail', 2019 ©️Nerhol Photo: Shintaro Yamanaka (Qsyum!) Courtesy of Yutaka Kikutake Gallery From June 6 to...

Front and back of the portrait

Ikeda ayako is a painter who outputs her emotions in the form of portraits. She does not aim to express the details of...

Clipy News: 3 Japanese Art News of the Week

Coronavirus is also affecting art fairs in Japan.     AiPHT (ART in PARK HOTEL TOKYO), a "hotel-based art fair", has announced the postponement of this year's...

A life where art is in harmony with everyday life.

No matter what stage of art collecting you are at, from expert to novice, you are always interested in what other collectors have to...

Feature Post

A lenticular limited edition print by Kosuke Motohashi was released in a limited edition of 150 copies.

THE KING OF SILENCE   15,000 yen (excluding tax)   Edition:150 Size:H420 × W297mm Technique:Lenticular print on acrylic lens Framed Original acrylic frame (+ ¥10,000) The frame in the...

Exhibition to Support Passionate Young Artists in Tokyo

The 21st "1_WALL" Graphics Exhibition Installation View, "The 21st "1_WALL" Graphics Exhibition", 2019 ©️Guardian Garden Courtesy of Guardian Garden. Young artists are always...

What is art in the age of traveling to the stars?

The history of constellations dates back to about 5,000 years ago. They are said to have been created by Mesopotamian shepherds who connected the...

Can contemporary art be a playground?

"Now is the Time to Play" Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo     As adults, we have been told to "stop playing games, stop playing with toys...

Editor's Choice