Renown as a painter of beautiful women, Kaburaki Kiyokata had painted thousands of women in his career. Women found in the town, spectators at the theater, female-role players in kabuki and his wife and daughters — he observed closely and carefully their figure, features and movement.
This exhibition shows Kiyokata’s various paintings and sketches of women with his wife Teru and pupils’ works.
|Art Museum||Kamakura City Kaburaki Kiyokata Memorial Art Museum|
|Address||1-5-25, Yukinoshita, Kamakura, Kanagawa,248-0005, Japan|
|Open||9:00-17:00(Admission until 16:30), Temporally closed 13:00-13:30 for cleaning and ventilation|
|Closed||Mondays, 21th Dec. 29th Dec.～3th Jan.|
|Admission||Adults 200Yen,Elementary and Junior High School Students 100Yen|
|Access||Get off the JR Yokosuka Line or Enoden Line at Kamakura Station. Go out of the East Exit and take Komachidori Street to the north for 7 minutes. Turn to the left at the antique shop.|
|Parking||There is no parking lot or bicycle rack, so please use public transportation.|