The Mie Arts Museum (Mie Kenritsu Bijutsuka-三重県立美術館) will exhibit the 15 works of Ito Jakuchu (伊藤 若冲), born in 1716 and died in 1800, from the collection belonging to the Hosomi Museum of Arts in Kyoto.
The museum will also exhibit several ancient artifacts that tells the history and culture of the metropolis (Miyako-京) where Jakuchu was born and raised.
Please join and participate in this exhibition and get to know the beauties of art by Ito Jakuchu, a popular painter of the Edo era.
April 10 (Saturday) until May 23 (Sunday) 2011
9:30 am to 5:00 pm (entry is allowed until 4:30 pm)
Every Monday (except May 3), and May 6 (Thursday)
Students below high school age (koko):Free
Students must present their identification card or student ID.
*The fee includes a visit to the limited-time exhibition called “Shohaku and the Beauties of Ise” (Shohaku to Ise no Bijutsu – 蕭白（しょうはく）と伊勢の美術), and the fixed exhibitions “Museum Collections” (Bijutsukan no Colection – 美術館のコレクション) and “The Art of Yanagihara Yoshitatsu” (Yanagihara Yoshitatsu no Geijutsu- 柳原義達（やなぎはらよしたつ）の芸術).
Mie Art Museum: “Jakuchu and Fine Arts in Kyoto” (Jakuchu to Miyako no Bijutsu – 若冲と京の美術), in Japanese
Mie Art Museum: “Jakuchu and the Fine Arts of Kyoto”, in English
Information for “Jakuchu and the Fine Arts of Kyoto” (in Japanese) – 5MB
Press Release of “Jakuchu and the Fine Arts of Kyoto” (in Japanese) – 5MB
Mie Arts Museum
〒514-0007 Mie-ken Tsu-shi Otani-cho 11