Events

From Friday, July 10, 2020 to Friday, September 4
10:00-18:00 (but we are opened on August 10) *The last admission until 17:30

Collection of gem 

"Brightness, joy to make of collection of SOMPO Museum opening memory exhibition gem - life" is open in SOMPO Museum.
Until ... Friday, September 4.

Fin cent fan Gogh << sunflower >> 1888 oil painting, canvas 100.5*76.5cm

Brightness, joy to make of collection of gem - life

In this exhibition giving glory to opening of the New Museum, they gather A products standing out in collection of this hotel, and Kaii Higashiyama or Ikuo Hirayama who are man of influence of Japan painting circles introduce including popular Gauguin and Cezanne, Utrillo in France modern painting widely.

Seiji Togou << nostalgia >> 1959 oil painting, canvas 116.1*90.7cm ©Sompo' Museum of Art, 19017

<< sunflower >> of Gogh is space that you designed in particular and can see the bright color nearby than before.

In addition, work of Kayo Yamaguchi and Renoir who finished restoration is the highlight. Japanese painter who played an active part in Kyoto for the Taisho era, the Showa period, picture of a folding screen of early masterpiece << cherry tree with early leaves >> by Kayo Yamaguchi perform full-scale restoration and release after an interval of about ten years. << bath woman >> of Renoir displays in old varnish who regained original bright color by the removal.

Kayo Yamaguchi << cherry tree with early leaves >> 1921 silk book coloring 164.7*273.5cm


Click on a link for more information → Official site

*We forbid reproduction of image photograph without permission

Brightness, joy (2MB) to make of collection of SOMPO Museum opening memory exhibition gem - life

The highlight of display

1.Display large-scale in "blue child beautiful women" after an interval of three years!

2.We pay attention to book and magazine, work of printed matter!

Period

Entrance system designated for from Friday, July 10, 2020 to Friday, September 4 on the date and time 

*Monday fixed closing day (but we are opened on August 10)

<Opening Hours>

To 10:00-18:00 

*The last admission until 17:30

Place


SOMPO Museum

*We rename than Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Museum of Art in April

〒160-8338 1-26-1, Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 

<Access>

From the Shinjuku Station west exit a 5-minute walk

Admission Charges (including tax)

Entrance system designated on the date and time

General 1,000 yen 

University student 700 yen 

Free of charge younger than high school student


Please enter before the following time.
①From 10:00 to 11:00 
②From 11:00 to 12:00 
③From 12:00 to 13:00 
④From 13:00 to 14:00
⑤From 14:00 to 15:00 
⑥From 15:00 to 16:00 
⑦From 16:00 to half past 17

*It is not jikannyu*sei, but I would like cooperation for appreciation within one hour.
Entrance may take time depending on the congestion situation.

Please buy ticket before the ticket purchase Buddhist memorial service.

<< ticketing place >> *We will not sell in art museum.

The ticket PIA store purchase

*You operate convenience store according to the screen of terminal in shop, and please perform payment, ticketing at cash register.

 Electronic ticket "sumachike"

 E plus, Lawson ticket, ticket PIA

*It may take fee.

*Free of charge younger than high school student. The person and one person of the presentation of assistance are free of charge with person with a physical disability notebook, nursing notebook, mind person with a disability health welfare notebook. As for the presentation, only the person is free of charge in health handbook of an A-bomb victim.

 None needs designation on the date and time.

*Person except designated ticket may have to wait for entrance on the date and time.

Sponsorship

SOMPO Museum, Yomiuri Shimbun

The support

SOMPO JAPAN

Contact

SOMPO Museum

TEL 03-5777-8600 (hello dial)

Official site


<< ask >> On visiting
For prevention of new coronavirus infection spread, please enter after mask wearing.
You take temperature at entrance, and please note that I may decline admission.

 

 

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