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    Selections from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection Special Section Country, City, Family

    20 July [Wed] - 16 October [Sun], 2022

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    About this exhibition

    This exhibition presents a selection from the Ishibashi Foundation collection of cityscapes, a genre the flourished in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries. It explores them, and portrait paintings, with the focus on relationships between the countryside, the city, and families.

    Exhibition overview

    Exhibition title

    Selections from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection Special Section Country, City, Family

    Exhibition period

    20 July [Wed] - 16 October [Sun], 2022

    Opening hours

    10:00 – 18:00 (until 20:00 on Fridays except September 23) ​​ * Last admission 30 minutes before​ closing

    Closed

    Mondays (except September 19, October 10), July 29, September 20, October 11

    Organizer

    Artizon Museum, Ishibashi Foundation

    Venue

    4F Gallery

    Concurrent Exhibition

    July 30 [Sat.] – October 16 [Sun.], 2022
    Two Journeys: Aoki Shigeru and Sakamoto Hanjiro

    Ticket prices (incl. tax)

    ◆July 20 [Wed.] – July 28 [Thu.], 2022
    Online ticket: 500 Yen
    Same day ticket (on sale at museum): 500 Yen
    Students: Free entry (Advance online booking required.)

    * Only the 4F Gallery will be open; the 5F and 6F Galleries will be closed.
    * The admission fee applies only to Selections from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection, which includes this exhibition.

    ◆July 30 [Sat.] – October 16 [Sun.], 2022
    Online ticket: 1,600 Yen
    Same day ticket (on sale at museum): 1,800 Yen
    Students: Free entry (Advance online booking required.)

    * The admission fee applies only to Selections from the Ishibashi Foundation Collection, which includes this exhibition.
    * This admission fee gives the visitor access to all concurrent exhibitions includes Two Journeys: Aoki Shigeru and Sakamoto Hanjiro.

    Art works

    Giovanni Battista PIRANESI《The Piazza del Quirinale, with the Statues of the Horse-Tamers seen from the Back (from Views of Rome)》

    Giovanni Battista PIRANESI《The Piazza del Quirinale, with the Statues of the Horse-Tamers seen from the Back (from Views of Rome)》

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