The painter Gogh, who is loved all over the world, the Hague who influenced him, and the “Gogh exhibition” (organized by the Sankei Shimbun, etc.), which collected about 60 works of Impressionism, will be held on October 11 this year ) At the Ueno no Mori Art Museum (Taito-ku, Tokyo) on January 13 (Mon.), and the Hyogo Prefectural Art Museum (Kobe City) on January 25 (Sat.) to March 29 (Sun.) next year. It would be held. This exhibition focuses on the “two encounters” of “The Hague School” in the Netherlands and “Impression School” in France, and reveals how Gogh's original style was born.
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) is still loved around the world with bright colors and strong brushstrokes. In his 37-year life he worked as a painter for only 10 years, and most of his masterpieces were painted in just a few years of his later years.
At the age of 27, he initially wanted to be a painter, and while interacting with the Hague in the Netherlands, Van Gogh used to draw rural landscapes and still lifes in dark colours. A drawing with the Hague who drew the scenery and things that I saw and drew a lyrical scene based on it
By (Kaiko), I learned the basics as a painter. After that, I met “Impressionism” in Paris, which I moved with my brother Teo's recommendation, and I was surprised at the effect of bright colors, and established my own style.
In this exhibition, in which about 40 works of Van Gogh are gathered from around the world, in addition to the representative works of his later years such as Itosugi, valuable initial works will also come to Japan. Also on display are about 20 works by painters who had a great influence on him, such as "The Hague School" Mauffe and Trumpart, "Impression School" Monet, Renoir, Pissarro. Starting from the early stages of painting showing the origin as a painter, it follows a dramatic growth process from becoming a painter representing Post Impressionism.
How did Gogh become Gogh? The Hague and Impressionist …. You will be able to enjoy the short but dense paintings of Van Gogh, guided by the "two encounters".
見 ど こ ろ Highlights of this exhibition
Close up of "The Hague School" & "Impression School" that made Gogh
Juan Gogh brings to life his encounters with various artists and works in a short painter life. In this exhibition, the exhibition focuses on two encounters, "The Hague School" from which Van Gogh initially interacted in the Netherlands, and the latest art "Impression School" first seen in France. We will clarify how the original style was born by the influence we received.
Late masterpieces such as "Itosugi" and "Mochi" will come to Japan
Don't miss the last-minute masterpiece of Van Gogh's own style, such as the Itosugi from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Fort from the Washington National Gallery.
Works gathered from holdings around the world
In this exhibition, works from around the world will be borrowed from Israel, Switzerland, Scotland, etc. as well as “The Hague” Netherlands and “Impressionist” France. Check out Van Gogh's masterpieces from around the world that have never been introduced in Japan before.
概要 Summary of the event
Date: October 11 (Fri), 2nd year January 13 (Mon. / Holiday) ※ Closed on December 31 and January 1
Venue: Ueno no Mori Art Museum (1-2 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo)
Opening hours: 9:30 to 17 o'clock ※ Fri, Sat. until 20 o'clock, admission is 30 minutes before closing
Entrance fee (on the day): General 1800 yen, high school student 1600 yen, medium school student 1000 yen
Organized by: Sankei Shimbun, BS Nippon Tele, WOWOW, Sony Music Entertainment, Ueno no Mori Art Museum
Date: January 25 (Saturday) to March 29 (Sun) on Dec. 2 ※ Closed on Monday (If Monday is a public holiday, the next Tuesday will be closed)
Venue: Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art (1-1-1, Wakihama Coast, Chuo-ku, Kobe City)
Opening hours: 10 o'clock to 18 o'clock ※ Fri, Saturday until 20:00, admission is 30 minutes before closing
Entrance fee: undecided
Organized by: Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Sankei Shimbun, Yomiuri TV
■ Gogh exhibition official website http://go-go-gogh.jp/