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Masterpieces of the Pola Museum of Art: From Monet to Picasso and Chagall

17th September (Sat.) - 13th November (Sun.), 2016

Closed on Mondays (except for 19th September and 10th October), 20th September and 11th October.

Admission Fee:
Adults: 1300 yen, College students: 1100 yen
Elementary / Junior high school / high school students: 650 yen
held in Gallery 3, 4

Organized by: The Miyagi Museum of Art / Tohoku Broadcasting Co., Ltd. / Kahoku Shimpo Publishing Co. / Pola Museum of Art, Pola Art Foundation
With Support from: The Sendai Municipal Board of Education / Iwate Broadcasting, Co.,Ltd. / TV-U YAMAGATA INC. / TV-U FUKUSHIMA, INC.
In Cooperation with: Nippon Express
Planning and Produced by: Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc.
Planning: Témoin

The Pola Museum of Art opened in 2002 in the Sengokuhara district under the concept of symbiosis between art and nature in Hakone.
The current exhibition introduces 71 carefully selected masterpieces from the museum’s Western painting collection, allowing visitors to witness the various developments within the history of modern Western art. Works displayed include paintings by Impressionists Monet and Renoir, Symbolist Redon, Neo-Impressionist Signac, Post-Impressionists Cézanne, Van Gogh, and Gaugin, and 20th century painters Picasso and Chagall.


Claude Monet,
Water Lilies, 1907.

Paul Cézanne,
Landscape in Provence, 1879-1882.

Vincent van Gogh,
The Gleize over the Vigueirat Canal, 1888.

Odilon Redon,
Flowers in a Japanese Vase, 1908.