Takasaki City Hall "Spring in Takasaki"

Ceramic Relief

Ceramic Relief "Spring in Takasaki" / Original Painter : Ikuo Hirayama / Wall at Entrance Hall, Takasaki City Hall / Installed on March, 1998 See Original Painting

Commentary

A big tree of "white magnolia" in Takasaki Park is full of white flowers blooming at the beginning of spring. We made a mural of a spring landscape with the white magnolia blooming on beautiful Mount Asama and Karasu River which can be viewed from Takasaki. It is said that the white magnolia was planted in the precincts at the time when Shigenobu Ando, who became the lord of Takasaki castle in 1619, built a temple called Ryozenji in the place which is now Takasaki Park. It is now nearly 400 years old.

Data

Original PainterIkuo Hirayama PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
LocationWall at Entrance Hall, Takasaki City Hall Map ProducerModern Mural Arts Institute (currently CREARE Studio)
Installed on March, 1998 News
TypeCeramic Relief
Size5.0m × 7.0m
Keywords

Data

Original PainterIkuo Hirayama
LocationWall at Entrance Hall, Takasaki City Hall Map
Installed on March, 1998
TypeCeramic Relief
Size5.0m × 7.0m
Keywords
PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
ProducerModern Mural Arts Institute (currently CREARE Studio)
News

Map

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