This exhibition is organized around eight representative works by eight artists from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection. Lined up in the galleries are approximately 100 works gently connected from one work to the next through “associations” concerning subject, color, or the relationship between the artists. The works are wide-ranging from Japanese paintings such as Paradise under the Sea by Aoki Shigeru and Reminiscence of the Tempyo Era by Fujishima Takeji to Western paintings such as Young Man Playing the Piano by Gustave Caillebotte, which is being shown in Kyushu for the first time. There are also works by the Impressionist artists Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir and twenty-first century artists such as Zao Wou-Ki and Nomiyama Gyoji. Masterpieces connected beyond time and region harmonize while modulating.
|University and College Students||¥500||¥300|
|High School Students and younger||Free||Free|
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