Mountaineer in My Heart: The Woodcut Prints of Azechi Umetaro
Ends in 29 days
Many works by Azechi Umetaro (1902-99), who has been dubbed the Printmaker of Mountaineering, feature the expressive faces of mountaineers. His woodcuts depict these men’s rising spirits before climbing the mountains, the joy of encountering ptarmigans in harsh outdoor environments, and the deep blue sky found at the summit of a peak. Azechi, who consistently portrayed in his prints those things that had made an impression on him during his own excursions into the mountains, described them as “the mountaineers in my heart.” Focusing primarily on his Mountaineer series of prints, the exhibition will feature around 100 works by Azechi, who was made an honorary citizen of Machida City in 1997.
from July 06, 2019 to September 23, 2019
Adults ¥800, University & High School Students, Seniors 65 & Up ¥400
From 10:00 To 17:00
saturdays closing at 17:30, sundays closing at 17:30, holidays closing at 17:30
Closed on Mondays
Note:On a Public Holiday Monday, the Museum is open but closed on the following Tuesday.