Japanese Surreal Pop Art (17 pieces)


Hailing all the way from Japan, Fuco Ueda is a super-talented artist whose paintings feature beautiful women in surreal situations. To create these intriguing narratives, Ueda paints with acrylic and powdered mineral pigments on paper, cloth, and wood.

By looking at her paintings, it’s clear that there a few common themes which include music, as well as animal and plant life from the land and sea. Ueda’s gallery of paintings dates back to as early as 1998, yet surprising, the style and quality of her works remain consistent.


Fuco Ueda’s website



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