“Picturesque Landscapes – The Solo Exhibition of Nobuyuki Takahashi” will grace our gallery walls (April 12th – June 10th)

Base Gallery, established in 1986 and led by Ryomei Onishi, is proud to present Nobuyuki Takahashi’s solo exhibition, “Picturesque Landscapes,” from April 12th to June 10th, 2024.

This exhibition marks the first showcase since the gallery’s renovation in April 2024, and it’s a momentous occasion to reopen the newly refreshed gallery space after eight years with such a remarkable display.

We invite you to join us in experiencing this extraordinary exhibition and kindly request your support in spreading the word.


Nobuyuki Takahashi’s paintings have a light and expansive feel, capturing the essence of the landscapes he encounters in an instant.

Despite evolving over time, his artworks still manage to reveal the original impressions of those landscapes as we view his paintings.

Takahashi paints what could be described as “picturesque landscapes.”

The term ‘picturesque’ characterizes the ability of his paintings to evoke fresh emotions and perceptions towards landscapes.

This exhibition marks the gallery’s first showcase in eight years.

In addition to traditional natural landscapes, the exhibited pieces depict scenes from around the gallery’s vicinity – such as Nihonbashi Kayabacho and Kabutocho.

At the Corner of Miyako Sushi
(2024, 130.3×97cm, Acrylic on canvas)

Nihonbashi Kabutocho
(2024, 130.3×97cm, Acrylic on canvas)


【Artist Profile – Nobuyuki Takahashi】

Born in Kanagawa Prefecture, graduated from the Department of Oil Painting at Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts.

Takahashi explores the impressions and memories landscapes evoke by creating a light and expansive style, primarily focusing on landscapes.

In recent years, he has held solo exhibitions in San Francisco. Currently resides in Zushi City.

For a more detailed biography, please click here.

【Exhibition Information】

Duration: April 12th, 2024 – June 10th, 2024

※ A simple reception will be held from around 6:00 pm on the opening day, April 12th.

Opening Hours: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm (Closed: Mondays and Public Holidays)

Venue: Base Gallery (1F, Koura Daiichi Building, 1-1-6 Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)

Admission: Free