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KATAOKA Tamako,《Tsuragamae: Katsushika Hokusai》1971

KATAOKA Tamako,《Tsuragamae: Katsushika Hokusai》1971

The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura Annex

2-8-1 Yukinoshita, Kamakura, Kanagawa
Tel. +81 467 22 7718


PDFList of Works(PDF/194KB)

The Best Collection: Modern Nihonga Paintings

22 October 2011 - 25 March 2012

The choice sellection of nihonga [Japanese-style paintings] in our museum collection will be introduced in three parts.

Part 1(22 October-4 December) and Part 2(6 December-29 January) focuses mainly on KATAOKA Tamako and SHOJI Fuku, two female artists who participated actively in Nihon Bijutsuin(Japan Art Institute).The flow of nihonga from the Meiji period onwards will be traced. Also, studies and sketches by the nihonga artist YAMAGUCHI Hoshun, who was active in Hayama after the War, will be exhibited.

In Part 3(31 January-25 March), consisits of the ancient pictures from the Kamakura period to the Edo Period such as Mandala of Both Realms and Puppy by TAWARAYA Sotatsu from the collection of Kinoshita Shoko which was donated to the museum in 2004.

[Gallery Talk]
Exhibition curator will talk about the exhibition in the gallery (Japanese only)
Saturday, 29 October 14:00-14:30
Saturday, 7 January 14:00-14:30
Saturday, 3 March 14:00-14:30

Free with exhibition ticket
Meet in the gallery

[Gallery tour for the teachers]
Saturday, 12 November
Saturday, 4 February
Bookings needed
Please see the news page for more info.


Monday(except 9 January), 29 December-3 January

Museum hours

9:30-17:00(the last admission at 16:30)


Adults 250(150)yen
Under 20 and Students 150(100)yen
65 and over and Senior high school Students 100yen
The exhibition ticket to KAMAKURA also entitles entry to KAMAKURA ANNEX for the day of purchase.
Disabled visitors and Students under junior high school: Free
( ) is reduced fee for groups of 20 or more