"A Hundred Flowers: Scenes of the Female" Exhibition

Yokosuka Museum of Art

poster for "A Hundred Flowers: Scenes of the Female" Exhibition

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The female portrait has been a major subject in the arts from times of old. This exhibition introduces motifs of female forms in Japanese art. There will be around 120 exhibits of Nihonga, western-style oil painting, photography, graphic design and more.

[Image: Mika Kato "Canaria" (1999) Oil on canvas, private collection (c) Mika Kato courtesy of Tomio Koyama Gallery]

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From 2012-09-15 To 2012-10-21
Closed on 10/1

Artist(s)

Mika Kato, Ryusei Kisida et al.

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