Oct 24
~
Jan 8 2018

Van Gogh and Japan

9:30am – 5:30pm
¥1,300 (advance sales)¥1,600 (on the door)

Van Gogh apparently had a keen interest in Japan—collecting ukiyo-e prints and books about Japanese culture. The lovefest was mutual with many Japanese artists also taking influence from Van Gogh.

This exhibition features 40 of Van Gogh’s oil paintings and sketches from the Van Gogh museum in the Netherlands alongside 50 ukiyo-e prints and works by his contemporaries in Japan.

In addition to the admission prices below, high school children can get in for ¥600 in advance or ¥800 on the door.

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