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Special Exhibition Commemorating the 55th Anniversary of the Yamatane Museum of Art:
A Profusion of Flowers
―The Splendid Floral World
【特別展】 東山魁夷と四季の日本画
Kawabata Ryūshi, Yatsuhashi, Eight-planked Bridge in Iris Garden: Scene from the Tales of Ise

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10 April (Sat.) – 27 June (Sun.) 2021
(Closed on Mondays, except for 3 May.)

Admission Fees: Adults: 1,300 yen; university and high school students: 1,000 yen; middle school and younger children: free of charge (but must be accompanied by an adult)
Disability ID holders and one person accompanying them: 1,100 yen (university and high school students: 900 yen)
*Discount for those who are wearing kimono: Discount of 200 yen for adults, 100 yen for university and high school students.

Organized by: Yamatane Museum of Art and The Asahi Shimbun Company

Highlights of the Exhibition
Tanomura Chokunyū, A Hundred Flowers. Color on Silk, Meiji Period, 1869; Yamatane Museum of Art
Yokoyama Taikan, Spring Morning. Color on Silk, Showa Period, c. 1939; Yamatane Museum of Art
Araki Jippo, Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons. Color on Silk, Taisho Period, 1917; Yamatane Museum of Art
Hishida Shunsō, White Peony. Color on Silk, Meiji Period, c. 1901; Yamatane Museum of Art
Kobayashi Kokei, Lotus Flowers. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1932; Yamatane Museum of Art
Kobayashi Kokei, Bird and Evergreen Magnolia. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1935; Yamatane Museum of Art
Maeda Seison, Chrysanthemums. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1940; Yamatane Museum of Art
Kawabata Ryūshi, Yatsuhashi, Eight-planked Bridge in Iris Garden: Scene from the Tales of Ise. Color on Gold-Leafed Silk, Showa Period, 1945; Yamatane Museum of Art
Kawabata Ryūshi, Peonies. Color on Silk, Showa Period, 1961; Yamatane Museum of Art
Tsuchida Bakusen, Poppies. Color on Silk, Taisho Period, c. 1923; Yamatane Museum of Art
Okumura Togyū, Clematises. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1969; Yamatane Museum of Art
Omoda Seiju, Narcissi. Color on Silk, Taisho Period, c. 1919; Yamatane Museum of Art
Fukuda Heihachirō, Peonies. Color on Silk, Taisho Period, 1924; Yamatane Museum of Art
Yamaguchi Hōshun, Sunny Moments in the Rainy Season. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1966; Yamatane Museum of Art
Hayami Gyoshū, Camellias. Color on Paper, Showa Period, 1933; Yamatane Museum of Art

Approximately 60 works in total are to be displayed.

田能村直入 《百花》 (部分)
Tanomura Chokunyū, A Hundred Flowers
荒木十畝《四季花鳥》
Araki Jippo, Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons
小林古径 《蓮》 1
Kobayashi Kokei, Lotus Flowers
奥村土牛 《初夏の花》
Okumura Togyū, Clematises
山口蓬春 《梅雨晴》
Yamaguchi Hōshun, Sunny Moments in the Rainy Season
© JR Tokai Lifelong Learning Foundation
速水御舟 《椿ノ花》
Hayami Gyoshū, Camellias
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