The World of Sarah Bernhardt, Luminary of the Belle Epoque

Yokosuka Museum of Art

poster for The World of Sarah Bernhardt, Luminary of the Belle Epoque
[Image: "Sarah Bernhardt" Louise Abbéma (1909) Étampes City Museum Collection]

Ends in 14 days

The Paris-based actress Sarah Bernhardt (1844–1923) was a patron of the Art Nouveau movement, appearing in productions such as Gismonda, the poster for which was designed by Alfons Mucha, and wearing jewelry designed by René Lalique on stage. With 150 items including photography and portraits of Bernhardt, artworks by Mucha, Lalique, and others, and works of design and craft associated with her, this exhibition looks back on the multifaceted culture of Bernhardt’s era.



from September 14, 2019 to November 04, 2019


Adults ¥900, University, High School Students, 65 & Up ¥700

Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 18:00
Note:Closing hours depends on the month. Please ask the venue. Closed on every first Mondays. On a public holiday Monday, the museum is open. Closed for the New Year.


Address: 4-1 Kamoi, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa-ken 239-0813
Phone: 046-845-1211 Fax: 046-845-1212

15 minutes by Keikyu bus from Mabori Kaigan Station on the Keihin-kyuko line

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