Special Exhibition

Refined Sentiment in Autumn and Winter with Kiyokata’s Works and Words

Japanese art, in its history, has been producing and developing by refined sensibilities to nature. Inspired by beauties of nature changing seasonally, Kaburaki Kiyokata created not only paintings, but also essay and haiku poem.
This special exhibition introduces Kiyokata’s paintings expressing sense of seasons from autumn to winter and haiku poem with materials shown to the public for the first time.

23 October – 28 November, 2021

Adults ¥300
Elementary and Junior High School Students ¥150

Mondays, 9 Nov.


作品名 制作年
Meiji wa Tōshi, Chimata no Fubuki 1953
Suisen c.a. 1940
Shun-ya c.a. 1936
Umegakaoru c.a. 1954
Sanshun c.a. 1955
Momiji no e 1958
Sōshūchō 1933
Sakura Momiji (Autumn Color of Cherry Leaves) 1932