A Bounty of Art

Hara Museum Arc (Gunma)

poster for A Bounty of Art

Ends in 81 days

During the long history of Japanese art, a great many painters have left behind a legacy of exquisite masterpieces. The Kano painters stand out as the largest school and one whose dominance lasted more than 400 years. One of the major centerpieces of the Hara Rokuro Collection is a series of picture scrolls originally created by Kano-school artists as fusuma-e (partition paintings) for the Nikko-in guest hall at Mi’idera (Onjoji) temple. Japanese art evolved through contact with the culture of continental China, with the influence of one Qing dynasty painter, Shen Nanping, having a particularly deep effect on many Japanese painters, such as Okyo Maruyama and Kokan Shiba. Kokan, who also researched Western-style painting and the use of oil paints, was a forerunner of modern painting in Japan. The richness of expression by this varied group of masters awaits you.

Venue: Kankai Pavilion (Traditional East Asian Art)
Part I: Sep. 16 (Sat), 2017 – Nov. 15 (Wed), 2017
Part II: Nov. 17 (Fri), 2017 – Jan. 8 (Mon), 2018

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Schedule

from September 16, 2017 to January 08, 2018

Website

http://www.haramuseum.or.jp/ (venue's website)

Fee

Adults ¥1100, University and High School Students ¥700, Junior High and Elementary School Students ¥500. Please see the museum website for more information.

Venue Hours

From 9:30 To 16:30
Note:Closed on Thursdays (except national holidays and in August), and during exhibit changeovers and the New Year holidays. May close in case of bad weather.

Access

Address: Ikaho Green Bokujo, 2855-1 Kanai, Shibukawa-shi, Gunma-ken 377-0027
Phone: 0279-24-6585 Fax: 0279-24-0449

By train: Take the Joetsu Shinkansen to Takasaki, change to the Joetsu Line, and disembark at Shibukawa. From Shibukawa, ARC is 10 minutes by taxi or 15 minutes by bus (Ikaho Onsen bus to Green Bokujo Mae)

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