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Love (Idemitsu Museum of Arts, other sponsorship) to posthumously 50 nenshosugihoiori - <the Orient>

Date From Saturday, February 21, 2015 to Sunday, March 29
From 10:00 to 17:00 (as for the admission until 16:30)
Every Friday until 19:00 (as for the admission until 18:30)
Closed days Every Monday
Place Idemitsu Museum of Arts
(the ninth floor of the elevator for exclusive use of the ninth floor of Marunouchi 3-1-1 emperor drama building Idemitsu)
Access JR "Yurakucho Station" International Forum Exit, a 5-minute walk
Yurakucho Line "Yurakucho Station," it is Toei Mita Line "Hibiya Station" Exit B3, a 3-minute walk
Hibiya Line, Chiyoda Line "Hibiya Station"
Exit B3, a 3-minute walk via Yurakucho Line area basement connecting walkway
Admission charges General 1,000 yen / amount of, very much true 700 yen (discounted by for each 200 yen more than 20 groups)
Free of charge (but companion of protector is necessary) lower than junior high student
※Person having disability certificate is discounted by 200 yen, and one sono caregiver is free
Sponsorship Idemitsu Museum of Arts, Mainichi Shimbun
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TEL: 03-5777-8600

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Love to posthumously 50 nenshosugihoiori - <the Orient>


It was shosugihoiori (1881-1964) known as gentle Japanese painting including "Kintaro", but was Western picture painter as Soseki Natsume praised highly in one's youth. However, own sense of values greatly changes during studying abroad in Paris. hoiori which continued expressing the Orient in new form without getting snagged on Western tradition in the turbulent period of Meiji, the Taisho era, Showa. In the source of heart that was Kiyomasa who attracted Sazo Idemitsu, would there be encounter with what kind of Orient? By book exhibition which memorialized 50 years after the death, we gather in a hall with masterpiece from fresco of oil painting to black-and-white drawing of hempen paper and review love to the Orient that is consistent in hoiorigeijutsu.




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