Mount Fuji with Woodcutters on Their Way Home, By Alfred William Parsons (1847–1920), Meiji era, 1892
Heiseikan Thematic Exhibition Room
June 7, 2022 (Tue) - July 18, 2022 (Mon)
In its early years, Tokyo National Museum collected paintings and prints in Western styles by living artists, though these works are rarely displayed due to current exhibition policies. The paintings and prints exhibited here show how the museum grew and evolved while maintaining close relationships with contemporary art and society.
This exhibition considers these works from three perspectives: I. Connections with the World, II. Connections with Contemporary Art, and III. Connections with Social Conditions.
|Highlight||Seaport Sunset||In the style of Claude Lorrain, United Kingdom||19th century||Gift of Glasgow Museums, A-697|
|Highlight||Prince Charles Hiding in the Scottish Highlands||By Ronald Robert McIan, United Kingdom||19th century||Gift of Glasgow Museums, A-714|
|Highlight||Mount Fuji with Woodcutters on Their Way Home||By Alfred William Parsons (1847–1920)||Meiji era, 1892||A-723|
|Highlight||Dance for Two||By Charles Paul Renouard (1845-1924), France||19th century||Gift of Mr. Hayashi Tadao, A-910-116|
|Highlight||Atelier||By Inokuma Gen'ichirō (1902–1992)||Shōwa era, 1933||A-12339|
|Highlight||Sketches from the World War||By Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen (1859–1923), France||1915–16||A-1333|
|Highlight||A Painter and His Wife||By Rembrandt van Rijn (1606–1669), The Netherlands||1636||A-10940|