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Kishida Riusei: A Retrospective
Kishida Riusei: A Retrospective is currently on exhibition at Nagoya City Art Museum in Fushimi, Nagoya.
This exhibition offers more than 150 masterpieces in chronological order from Riusei Kishida's first watercolor paintings to the landscape paintings made just before his sudden death at the age of 38. Take a walk through Riusei's life of painting at this special exhibition.
Riusei Kishida is most well-known for portraits of his beloved daughter, Reiko, which are shown at the exhibition. Various scenes of Reiko, such as the important cultural property, Portrait of Reiko; Portrait of Reiko Sitting; and Little Girl Dancing appear under one roof.
*Important cultural property, Portrait of Reiko, exhibited 1/8-2/16.
Period: Wednesday, January 8-Sunday, March 1, 2020
Times: 9:30 AM-5:00 PM and until 8:00 PM on Fridays
(Admission until 30 minutes before closing)
Closed: Mondays; Tuesday, January 14; and Tuesday, February 25
*Open Monday, January 13 (national holiday) and Monday, February 24 (compensatory holiday).
Venue: Nagoya City Art Museum
Regular tickets: 1,400 yen for adults, 900 yen for high school/university students *Free for junior high school students and younger
●8-minute walk south from Exit 5 of Fushimi Station on the Higashiyama and Tsurumai subway lines
●7-minute walk north from Exit 2 of Osu Kannon Station on the Tsurumai subway line
●10-minute walk west from Exit 4 of Yaba-cho Station on the Meijo subway line