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Update:February 27, 2013

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29th September (Sat.), 2012 - 24th March (Sun.), 2013

Closed on Mondays
(except 8th Oct., 24th Dec. 2012, 14th Jun., 11th Feb. 2013),
9th Oct., 25th Dec. 2012-11th Jun. 2013, 15th Jun., 12th Feb. 2013
Admission Fee: Permanent Exhibition fee

Exhibition Room 2

Takahashi Eikichi (1911-1942) is a sculptor born in Ishinomaki city.
A lot of his wooden sculpture had been collected in Ishinomaki Cultural Center, which was seriously damaged by the earthquake and tsunami in 11th March 2011.
The works exhibited (including his masterpiece “Sound of Wave”) were fortunately kept unharmed, but ones kept in the storage room were flooded in seawater. Now the restoration of them is being executed, while The Miyagi Museum of Art is keeping a part of them until another facility for exhibition and storage is rebuilt in Ishinomaki.
This exhibition is first time for us to show his works after the earthquake.

Photographic Image

"Sound of Wave" 1939

”Sound of Wave”

"Rest of Fishermen" 1938

”Rest of Fishermen”