Kiyokata and literature are deeply related. When he was a young painter, the literary group Ken-yūsha led by Ozaki Kōyō had extended their influence in the literary world. Acquainted with Kōyō and Izumi Kyōka, a promising young novelist of Ken-yūsha, Kiyokata paved his way to a famous illustrator. During his long career, he had produced many works inspired by literature.
This special exhibition shows a relationship of Kiyokata and Ken-yūsha with his works depicted scenes of novel or drama.
14 Sep. – 18 Oct, 2023
Elementary and Junior High School Students ¥220
Mondays(excepd for 18 Sept. and 9 Oct.)、10 Oct.
|Art Museum||Kamakura City Kaburaki Kiyokata Memorial Art Museum|
|Address||〒248-0005 Yukinoshita, Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa 1-chome, 5th number 25|
|Open||9:00-17:00 (Admission until 16:30)|
|Closed||Mondays, 13 June|
|Admission||Adult 300(※210) Yen
Elementary and Junior High School Students 150 (※100) Yen
|Access||7-minute walk from Kamakura Station on the JR Yokosuka Line, or Kamakura station on Enoden Line|
|Parking||There is no parking lot or bicycle rack, so please use public transportation|