Exhibition of paintings by Leonard Foujita (Tsuguharu Fujita) during his travels
- Period: 2021.04.17-2021.09.05End of event
(TOP image) Madeleine Lequeu <<Portrait of Fujita>> 1931 Maison-Atelier Fujita
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Léonard Foujita (Fujita Tsuguharu, 1886-1968), who traveled to France in 1913 at the age of 26, dreamed of becoming a world-famous painter. asked for inspiration. In the 1920s, Foujita became a favorite of the Parisian art world by perfecting the "milky white skin" modeled on a Parisian woman. We will develop
After temporarily returning to Japan in 1929, Fujita left Paris and traveled to South America, then moved from Central America to North America, crossed the Pacific Ocean, and reached Japan again. He continued to travel throughout Japan, including Tohoku and Okinawa, as well as to mainland China and Southeast Asia, where Japan had advanced. This exhibition focuses on Foujita's journey and colors, and introduces again the development of his painting career and his lifelong journey.
Journey to Fujita Color
[Date and time] April 17 (Sat)-September 5 (Sun) 9:00-17:00 (Last entry is 16:30)
[Venue] Pola Museum of Art
[Fee] Adult ¥1,800, senior discount (age 65 and over) ¥1,600, university and high school students ¥1,300, junior high school students and younger free
[Organizer] Pola Art Foundation, Pola Museum of Art
* Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, there is a possibility that changes will occur to the exhibited works.
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