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New Year Exhibition:
Masterpieces from the Museum Collection

Wed., January.06.2021 ~ Sun., March.28

The Shusui Museum of Art General Incorporated Foundation collects and exhibits works with a focus on pictures and craft products from Japan’s medieval to modern periods. To share the deep spirituality and distinctive appeal of Japanese fine art, the museum selects and exhibits particularly exquisite works from among its collection.
This marks the first exhibition since its complete restoration of Prince Shotoku, a masterpiece by Chikuha Otake, who initially worked on images for medicine advertisements and later became a celebrated artist. The exhibition also features a variety of other works, including nihonga Japanese-style paintings and craft products created by leading artists of the modern Japanese art scene. We hope many people will come enjoy the fascinating world of Japanese fine art.

Exhibited Items Include:
• Prince Shotoku by Chikuha Otake (Pair of painted six-panel folding screens)
• Rising Sun by Tatsuo Takayama
• Mount Fuji in Spring Colors by Kansetsu Hashimoto
• Spring Evening by Keigetsu Matsubayashi
• Vase with Peony and Foliage Design in Underglaze Gold by Minori Yoshita

Date/Venue
Wed., January.06.2021 ~ Sun., March.28 / in the 3F Exhibition Room, Shusui Museum of Art
Open:
10:00 to 17:00 (last admission at 16:30)
Closed:
Mon. and Tue. (open if Mon. or Tue. is a holiday, then closed the following day)
Admission:
Adults ¥800*, ages 15–17 ¥300, ages 14 and under free.
*¥600 per person for groups of 20 or more.
Organizer: Shusui Museum of Art

Contact: Shusui Museum of Art
1-3-6 Sengoku-machi, Toyama City, Toyama 930-0066
Tel: (076) 425-5700 • Fax: (076) 425-5710
Person in Charge: Sawada

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