Yokoyama Kazan; Gion Festival Handscrolls (detail);1835-37 (Tenpô 6-8); Private collection
Yokoyama Kazan was a painter active in Kyoto during the 19th century. His genre works (of ordinary scenes) and paintings of famous locations are particularly well-known, as he painted people and the scenery of Kyoto with exceptional skill. This exhibition is the first full restrospective of Kazan's works. The exhibition will also feature paintings by Kazan's mentor, Soga Shohaku, and more, in a display highlighting Kazan's love for, life, and connections to Kyoto.
Jul 2 (Tue) - Aug 17 (Sat), 2019
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (Until 7:30 p.m. on Fridays. Entry closes 30 minutes before closing time.)
Subway Karasuma Line or Tozai Line to Karasuma Oike Station, and walk 4 minutes
Adults 1,400 yen, Univeristy & High School Students 1,100 yen, Middle & Elementary School Students 500 yen
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