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山元春挙「瑞祥(左)」英語開催
Good Omen | Yamamoto ShunKyo

Winter Exhibition

大展示室

Encounter with Unfamiliar Japanese Paintings
Discover Hidden Masterpieces

December 1 (Fri), 2017 ‐ February 28 (Wed), 2018
The Adachi Museum of Art houses 1,500 works in total, mainly including those by painters who flourished in the modern Japanese art world. Many of these were painted by masters such as Yokoyama Taikan, Takeuchi Seiho and Uemura Shoen. The collection, however, also includes numerous works by less well-known painters; some have been forgotten, although they once had good reputations and popularity in Japan and foreign countries, while others are largely unknown, despite flourishing in particular areas. Moreover, we will exhibit the unique works of famous painters’ that give different impressions from more well-known works, and works that have been exhibited less frequently.
This exhibition will introduce such unknown works as “hidden masterpieces.” We hope to give our guests the opportunity to discover unknown painters and masterpieces.
上村松園「楠公夫人」sideHP
Uemura Shoen"Madame Kusunoki Masashige"
(1944)
小展示室

Seasonal Japanese Paintings 4
Enjoy “Winter”

This exhibition will show works depicting winter scenes, such as mountains covered with white snow, birds playing in falling snow, and children in a large snow hut. Please enjoy these works that give warmth even in the cold winter.
横山大観「冬之夕」小展示
Yokoyama Taikai "Winter Evening"
(1925)
大観室

Winter Special Exhibition
Selected Yokoyama Taikan Collection

Taikan devoted himself to the creation of a new Japanese painting style, and produced numerous masterpieces throughout his life. This exhibition will display Towing a Boat, known as a typical work using the morotai method, Mt. Fuji, a great piece depicting magnificent Mt. Fuji seen among the sea of clouds and the morning sun, and Dragon and Mt. Fuji from the Twenty Scenes of the Sea and Mt. Fuji, which is regarded as the culmination of his 50-year career in Japanese painting.
横山大観「海潮四題・冬」大観室
Yokoyama Taikan
"Winter : Four Seasons of the Sea"
(1940)