Masterworks of the Kano School from the Hara Rokuro Collection
[Image: Kano Eitoku, "Tiger in a Bamboo Grove" hanging scroll, Momoyama period]
Ends in 38 days
The Kano school was the most influential school of pre-modern painting in Japan, holding sway for close to 400 years, from the Muromachi period to the Edo period. Drawing upon the considerable holdings of works by Kano school artists in the Hara Rokuro Collection, this exhibition seeks to highlight their expressive charm by focusing on two major groups of hanging scrolls: Paintings used for wallpaper and Fusuma (Japanese sliding door) at Nikko-in in Mi’idera temple and Set twelve hanging scrolls by painters of the Kano school.
from March 09, 2019 to June 30, 2019
Adults ¥1100, University and High School Students ¥700, Junior High and Elementary School Students ¥500. Please see the museum website for more information.
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.
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