Kiyokata had started his career as an illustrator at 16. And then, he had become aspiring to be a painter. In 1901, he and his fellows formed the painting study group “Ugo-kai.”
This thematic exhibition introduces Kiyokata’s works in his early days including the frontispieces for books and magazines.
Elementary and Junior High School Students are free of charge
*Group discount fee for 20 or more people is shown in parentheses
Mondays (except for 15 Jul. and 12 Aug.),16 Jul. and 13 Aug.
|Cool Breeze Lithographic Frontispiece of Magazine Bungei-club||1914|
|Kusunoki Masatsura Saving Ben-no-Naishi||1894|
|Summer Memories (Detail)||1912|