Special Exhibition

Kiyokata in the Taisho Period: Searching for the Expression of His Own

Around 110 years ago, beginning of the Taisho period, Kaburaki Kiyokata was turning into Japanese style painter from an illustrator. Receiving the highest award of Bunten, the government-run art exhibition in 1915 and producing other great works, he come to fame as a Japanese style painter. However, he had continued to search and develop his own potential of new creation.
This exhibition shows Kiyokata’s works in the Taisho period to trace his path of seeking new creation.

22 October – 27 November, 2022

Adults ¥450
Elementary and Junior High School Students ¥220

Mondays,15 Nov.


作品名 制作年
Enoshima 1917
Gonpachikomurasaki 1923
Katushikasousyun 1917
Kisaragi no hana 1924
Nojinotamagawa hagibana to bijin no zu Taisho period
Fukagawafuyuki chihan no ame 1928
Two Chilrden 1923
Bathing 1918
Landscape (Pond) 1919
Henry Ottmann / Cyclist and Fishing Boat ca. 1919