Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London

National Museum Of Western Art, Tokyo

poster for Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London

Ends in 95 days

*National Museum Of Western Art, Tokyo will reopen on June 18. (By appointment only)
*The special exhibition will be opened limitedly to advance ticket holders and invitation ticket holders on June 18 (Thu.) – June 21 (Sun.)

The National Gallery, London, was founded in 1824 and is one of the world’s leading museums specializing in Western painting. This exhibition introduces 61 masterpieces from the Gallery’s collection ranging in date from the Renaissance to the Post-Impressionists. This is the first large-scale presentation of works from the National Gallery outside of Britain and features the first Japanese display of all of the works, including Carlo Crivelli’s The Annunciation, with Saint Emidius and Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.

This exhibition focuses on the Gallery’s major feature of being a Western art museum founded in Britain and is arranged in the following seven thematic groupings. Namely, collecting the Italian Renaissance, Dutch Painting of the Golden Age, Van Dyck and British portraiture, the Grand Tour, the Discovery of Spain, Landscape and the Picturesque, and French modern art in Britain. The exhibition will provide an overview of European painting history while also considering how European art was received in Britain and the history of artistic interactions between England and the European continent.

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Schedule

from June 18, 2020 to October 18, 2020
By appointment only. (Please visit official website for the details.)

Fee

Adults ¥1700, University Students ¥1100, High School Student ¥700

Venue Hours

From 9:30 To 17:30
fridays closing at 20:00, saturdays closing at 20:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on public holiday Monday but closed on the following day. Closed during the New Year holidays.

Access

Address: 7-7 Ueno-Koen, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007
Phone: 03-3828-5131 Fax: 03-3828-5135

4 minute walk from the Koen exit of JR Ueno Station, 7 minute walk from the Main exit of Keisei Ueno Station on the Keisei line.

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