Constanble— A History of His Affection in England
Ends in 47 days
The nineteenth-century painter John Constable (1776-1837) ranks with J.M.W. Turner for innovating English landscape painting and deepening appreciation for the genre. Constable devoted himself to painting the places that were intimately related to his own life in England: numerous paintings of Salisbury, Hampstead, Brighton, and the rural landscapes of his native Suffolk speak of everything he loved and nurtured with such great care.
In addition to oils, watercolors, drawings, and prints from the Tate Collection, the exhibition will also display around twenty works by contemporaries of Constable.
from February 20, 2021 to May 30, 2021
Open on February 22, March 29 and April 26.
Adults ¥1900, University and High School Students ¥1000, Junior High and Elementary School Students free.
From 10:00 To 18:00
fridays closing at 20:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on public holiday Monday but closed on the following day. Closed on January 1st and in between exhibitions.
Address: 2-6-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005
3 minute walk from exit 1 at Nijubashimae Station on the Chiyoda line, 5 minute walk from the Marunouchi South exit of JR Tokyo Station, 5 minute walk from the Kokusai Forum exit of JR Yurakucho Station.