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2019.08.15

Approximately 70 masterpieces of painters who loved Paris and dedicated their soul to art are in Yokohama!

Yokohama Museum of Art Period: 2019.09.21 ~ 2020.01.13
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「The 30th Anniversary of the Yokohama Museum of Art The Orangerie Museum Collection 12 painters in love with Renoir and Paris」

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In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the opening of the Yokohama Museum of Art, the “Orangerie Museum Collection: 12 Painters in Love with Renoir and Paris” will be held. The Orangery Museum of Art is a refurbished orange greenhouse on the banks of the Seine in Paris. The Impressionist and Ecole de Paris works, which were built by the painter Paul Guillaume, are Europe, featuring masterpieces by Matisse, Picasso, Modigliani and others, including Renoir's masterpiece, Girls Playing the Piano. One of the best painting collections.

Guillaume worked as a painter in Paris at the beginning of the 20th century, where young talent gathered, while he also collected works as a collector. The collection was touched by Mrs. Domenica after he passed away at a young age without completing his vision of turning the private residence into a museum. These works were purchased by the French State as the “Jean Walter & Paul Guillaume Collection”, named after Guillaume and Domenica ’s second husband, and were exhibited in the same building.

This exhibition is a valuable opportunity to come to Japan for the first time in 21 years, with about 70 paintings by 13 painters out of the 146 paintings held by the museum. Along with the stories hidden in the collection, please enjoy the many items that have been loved by people all over the world.

"The highlight here!"
I First exhibition in 21 years by the Paris Orangery Museum collection
Most of the collections in the museum are on permanent display, and it is extremely rare to rent them together outside the museum. In the past, the “Paris Orangerie Museum Exhibition” was held in 1998 at five venues nationwide, including Tokyo, and more than 1 million people were mobilized. This is the first time in Japan that you can see the gem collection in 21 years.
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II Renoir's masterpiece "Girls Playing the Piano" comes to Japan
The Girls Playing the Piano is one of the most famous works of Renoir. This adorable piece from the Orangerie Museum is kept in the Renoir atelier until later years, and was collected by Paul Guillaume in 1928 after his death.

III Masterpieces of 13 artists who have fallen in love with Paris
In this exhibition, we will introduce 13 artists who gathered in Paris, such as the Impressionist master Renoir, Matisse and Picasso, who dedicated their soul to exploring new painting expressions. Included in this collection are masterpieces from the late 19th century to the first half of the 20th century, when the French modern art blossomed.

Pay attention to the story of painter Paul Guillaume and his wife Domenica over the IV collection
Paul Guillaume actively supported young artists who were not well known at that time as painters, as well as painters who had already been evaluated. And I dreamed of collecting works that fit my aesthetics and creating a museum.. Paul passed away at a young age, but his wife Domenica inherited his will and eventually gave it to the French state as the "Jean Walter & Paul Guillaume Collection". This exhibition will focus on the collector's dream of establishing an art museum and the story of friendship with painters.

30th anniversary of the Yokohama Museum of Art
Orangery Museum Collection
12 painters in love with Renoir and Paris
[Date / Time] September 21 (Sat)-January 13, 2020 (Mon / Holiday)
From 10:00 to 18:00
* Friday and Saturday during the exhibition period until 20:00 (Last entry 30 minutes before closing / However, September 27 (Friday) and 28 (Saturday), January 2020 (Friday) and 11th ( (Sat) · 12th (Sunday) until 21:00)
[Venue] Yokohama Museum of Art
[Closed] Thursday (open on December 26), December 28 (Sat)-January 2, 2020 (Thu)
[Price] General (Advance) ¥ 1,500 ・ (On the day) ¥ 1,700 ・ (Group) ¥ 1,600, University / High school student (Advance) ¥ 1,000 ・ (On the day) ¥ 1,200 ・ (Group) ¥ 1,100, Junior high school student (Advance) ¥ 500 ・(On the day) ¥ 700 ・ (Group) ¥ 600, smallFree for students
* If you are a student, please show your student ID card.
* Prices for those over 65 are ¥ 1,600 (certificate required, sold only at the museum ticket office)
* Groups must pay at least 20 people (available only at museum ticket offices, advance reservations required)
* Free for persons with disabilities and nursing care (1 person)
* You can also view the “Yokohama Museum of Art Collection” with the ticket for this exhibition only on the day of viewing
[Inquiry] 03-5777-8600 (Hello dial)

    Yokohama Museum of Art opened to the public on November 3, 1989. It is one of the largest art institutions in Japan. With its iconic architecture, featuring the expansive space of the Grand Gallery, the museum is made up of a total of seven gallery spaces, as well as an Art Information and Media Center that holds over 110,000 art-related books, ateliers hosting a wide range of workshops for children and adults, and many other facilities.
    Located in the international seaport city of Yokohama, the museum focuses on collecting and showing modern and contemporary art created since the late 19th century, when the port of Yokohama opened, alongside many special exhibitions.

    【Photo】
    The outward appearance:KASAGI Yasuyuki / Grand gallery:KASAGI Yasuyuki / Exhibition room:TANAKA Yuichiro

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