Beauties of Nature- Rimpa, Jakuchu, and Japanese Painting

Chiba City Museum of Art

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One hundred and twenty-three Edo period kacho fugetsu (flower, bird, wind, and moon paintings), mainly Nihonga, from the Chiba City Museum of Art’s Collection. The works are presented in seven panels depicting themes of seasons, flowers, birds, the beauty of nature, landscapes, people, and Rimpa printed books.

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Public Art Course “Nihonga Kacho Fugetsu Paintings”
Date: 9/7 (Sat) from 14:00
Venue: 11F Auditorium
Free, open to first 150 participants

Gallery Talks
Held by volunteer staff every Wednesday of the exhibition period from 14:00. Held by curator on 8/28 (Wed) from 14:00.

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From 2013-08-27 To 2013-09-23
Open until 20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays.

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