“Red Prunus and White Prunus and Rinpa Works” Exhibition

MOA Museum of Art

poster for “Red Prunus and White Prunus and Rinpa Works” Exhibition

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In conjunction with the Atami city promotion theme of “Plum and Cherry Blossom”, MOA unveils an exhibition of exquisite works from its collection including the national treasure “Red Prunus and White Prunus and Rinpa Works” as a work of major influence upon the artistic expression of following ages. Alongside this historic work are presented such other precious works as “Tea-leaf Jar with a Design of Wisteria” of Ninsei Nonomura, the compilation of writings from between the Nara and Muromachi periods held in the ‘Kanboku-jo’, the wooden bodhisattvas of the Nara period “Kannon Bosatsu”, the treasured work “Lady under a Tree” and “Portrait of Taira-no-Kanenori”, from ‘The Thirty-Six Master Poets’ and the feat of lacquer craftwork “Cosmetic Box with a Design of a Landscape in Maki-e”.

[Related Event]
Curator’s Lecture
Date: Every Saturday throughout the exhibition period 13:30-
Venue: Noh Hall (Free Space)
Admission: Free
*For information on further events please refer to the museum’s website

[Image: Korin Ogata “Red Prunus and White Prunus” Edo period 18th Century]



from January 31, 2014 to March 12, 2014
Open everyday throughout February, Closed on 6th March(Thurs)


Korin Ogata, Ninsei Nonomura et al.



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