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生誕140年 中澤弘光展 ―知られざる画家の軌跡
Art / photography
2014.08.12

140th Anniversary Hiromitsu Nakazawa Exhibition-The Trajectory of an Unknown Painter

Sogo Museum of Art 
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The first retrospective exhibition that traces the life of Hiromitsu Nakazawa, a painter, designer, and travel writer.

Hiromitsu Nakazawa (1874-1964), a painter who was active in Japanese Western-style paintings from the Meiji era to the Showa era. Nakazawa was a Western-style painter as well as an excellent designer. With his outstanding design sense, he was one of the first to adopt European Art Nouveau, and has worked on various book covers and magazine cover paintings, including books by Akiko Yosano. Nakazawa, who loved traveling, drew landscapes around Japan and wrote his own travelogue. In addition to oil paintings, there are many travel sketches and watercolors. After Nakazawa died in 1964 (Showa 39), the atelier has been carefully maintained until now as it was when the painter was making it.

This time, a survey of the atelier revealed many valuable materials such as unpublished works and antique works of art collected by Nakazawa. This exhibition is the first major retrospective exhibition that reveals the unknown side of Hiromitsu Nakazawa based on research, and traces the whole picture of the painting industry through oil paintings, watercolor paintings, sketches, and book design including masterpieces.

  • Start Day
    2014-09-12
  • End Day
    2014-10-13
  • Hour
    10: 00-20: 00 * Admission is 30 minutes before closing
  • Address
    2-18-1 Takashima, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Sogo Yokohama store 6th floor
  • Ticket type / Fee
    Adults 1,000 (800) yen, university / high school students 800 (600) yen, free for junior high school students and younger * Advance sales and group charges for 20 or more people * Including consumption tax * Persons with a disability certificate and accompanying persons One person can enter at the rate in parentheses. * September 15 (Monday / holiday) Respect for the Aged Day is free for admission over 65 years old
  • Ticket Info
    Available at Sogo Museum of Art, Seven-Eleven, Lawson Ticket, and e +.
  • Contact
    Sogo Museum of Art TEL 045-465-5515
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