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Ryushi Memorial Museum
Exhibition "Katsushika Hokusai" Thirty-six Views of Tomitake "x Ryuko Kawabata's Venue Art"
* As a measure to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, please wear a mask, disinfect your hands, and fill out a health check sheet when you enter the museum.We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
Kawabata Ryuko (1885-1960), a Japanese-style painter, is known for his style of pursuing new Japanese paintings and drawing them on a large screen with a dynamic brush stroke.On the other hand, after the war, Ryuko also worked on classical subjects and collected Katsushika Hokusai's "Thirty-six Views of Tomitake".In this exhibition, "Angry Fuji" (1944) and "Hataku" (1960), Ryuko challenged to express the composition of "Yamashita Shiraame" in "Thirty-six Views of Tomitake" on a large screen. Thing.In this exhibition, Ryuko's favorite "Thirty-six Views of Tomitake" will be exhibited at once, as well as a group of works by Ryuko depicting Mt. Fuji.
In addition, a special exhibition of Tawaraya Sotatsu's "Sakura Fusuma", which was formerly owned by Ryuko, was exhibited along with works such as Ryuko's masterpieces "Kusa no Mi" (1931) and "Ryukogaki" (1961). Introducing classic masterpieces that have continued to fascinate and their innovations.
Please enjoy Hokusai's masterpiece, which is now popular not only in Japan but also in the world, together with Ryuko's large screen work.
Katsushika Hokusai << Thirty-six Views of Tomitake Kanagawa Okinami Ura >> Around 1830-32, Ota Ward Ryuko Memorial Museum Collection
Katsushika Hokusai << Thirty-six Views of Tomitake, Fine Wind, Clear Morning >> Around 1830-32, Ota Ward Ryuko Memorial Museum Collection
Ryuko Kawabata "Hataku" 1960, Ota Ward Ryuko Memorial Museum Collection
Kawabata Ryuko "Angry Fuji" 1944, Ota Ward Ryuko Memorial Museum Collection
Den Tawaraya Sotatsu "Sakura Fusuma" Around 1624-43, Ota Ward Ryuko Memorial Museum Collection
Ryuko Kawabata "Grass Fruit" 1931, Ota Ward Ryuko Memorial Museum Collection
|Session||April 3rd (Sat) -July 7rd (Sun), 17rd year of Reiwa|
|Opening Hours||9: 00-16: 30 (Admission until 16:00)|
|closing day||Monday (Open on Monday, August 8th, closed the next day)|
Adults (16 years old and over): 500 yen Children (6 years old and over): 250 yen
|Information on Ryuko Park||10:00, 11:00, 14:00
* The gate opens at the above time, and you can freely visit for 30 minutes.
With the maximum number of participants, we have resumed gallery talk.
You can also apply by calling the Ryuko Memorial Hall (03-3772-0680).