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PAINTING

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CULTURE / Music
Nov 8, 2017
Klassik Underground attempts to shake up your typical classical music performance
Roppongi isn't the first place that jumps to mind when you're looking to have a night out with Beethoven. A concert hall with plush velvet seats, women in pearls listening to Symphony No. 9 — that's more of a Ginza thing.
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WORLD
Nov 5, 2017
Elephant's paintings auctioned in Hungary
Paintings created by an Indian elephant who enjoys wielding a brush were auctioned off by a Hungarian traveling circus on Saturday.
Japan Times
COMMUNITY / Our Lives / 20 QUESTIONS
Feb 11, 2017
Artist Gareth Naylor: 'Shadows make it easier to see scenes in a more expressive, abstract way'
Oita resident on wet roads and painting with watercolors
Japan Times
COMMUNITY / Our Lives / 20 QUESTIONS
Nov 12, 2016
Artist Mayuka Thais: 'Remember to look at everything with wonder'
American art educator on body painting, Asian elephants and 'edutainment'
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JAPAN / History
Oct 23, 2016
Dutch museum's paintings held up as Hokusai samples of Western-style technique
Six works of art at a Dutch national museum may have been created by famed ukiyo-e artist Katsushika Hokusai, a researcher at the museum says.
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CULTURE / Art
Aug 30, 2016
'Modern Genre Painting'
Sept. 3-Oct. 23
Japan Times
CULTURE / Art
Apr 19, 2016
'National Treasure Irises Screens: A Legacy of Poetic Allusion'
April 13-May 15
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COMMUNITY / Our Lives / 20 QUESTIONS
Feb 27, 2016
Miwa Komatsu: 'It's absurd to accomplish anything by yourself'
Nagano painter on peace, purity and cultural influences worldwide
Japan Times
CULTURE / Art
Feb 9, 2016
Dutch painters cut from the same canvas
The first noticeable thing about the exhibition "Vermeer and Rembrandt: the Masters of the 17th Century Dutch Golden Age" at the Mori Arts Center Gallery is the juxtaposition of the names. Vermeer's name comes before that of Rembrandt, marking him as the leading Dutch artist as far as the modern art...
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CULTURE / Art
Dec 15, 2015
'The Genesis and Development of Landscape Painting from Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien'
Dec. 19-March 21
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CULTURE / Art
Oct 20, 2015
New York's Met showing 150 newly donated Japanese art treasures
An exhibition of 150 important Japanese artworks is being held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Art
Sep 29, 2015
The changing views of landscape painting
There are many ways in which an art exhibition can make a positive impression, but the two main ones are through the quality of the artworks and the narrative that ties these together. The present exhibition at Bunkamura The Museum is rather weak on the first element but much stronger on the second.
Japan Times
CULTURE / Art
May 12, 2015
The Louvre's spin on art history
The futuristic-looking National Art Center Tokyo (NACT) seems like a rather unusual venue for an exhibition of mainly 17th- and 18th-century European art sourced from Paris's famous Louvre Museum. But while the Louvre's collections are very much rooted in the past, the French institution has also had...
Japan Times
CULTURE / Entertainment news
Apr 5, 2015
Valuable 18th-century painting rediscovered in California home
An 18th-century painting long considered lost has been found in the home of a California lawyer whose family had held the piece for generations but was unaware of its origins.
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WORLD
Mar 24, 2015
Chicago artist marks Armenian genocide with work the size of 'Guernica'
One hundred years after the mass killing of Armenians, a Chicago artist has created a monumental painting to honor the victims and celebrate a culture that nearly vanished.
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JAPAN
Mar 5, 2015
Tokyo's Sumida Ward to purchase early 19th century Hokusai work
The office of Tokyo's Sumida Ward said Wednesday it plans to purchase a painting depicting Tokyo in the 19th century by famed ukiyo-e woodblock print artist Katsushika Hokusai.
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JAPAN / CHUBU CONNECTION
Feb 27, 2015
Artist delivers heartfelt tribute to 3/11 cleanup workers
A couple from Nagoya have been posting daily pictures of heart-shaped images dedicated to those cleaning up the mess at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant and other disaster-stricken parts of the Tohoku region.
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CULTURE / Art
Feb 19, 2015
'Louvre Museum: Genre Painting — Scenes from Daily Life'
Feb. 21-June 1
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CULTURE / Art
Feb 5, 2015
'Seiho Takeuchi'
Last year marked the 150th anniversary of the birth of Seiho Takeuchi (1864-1942), a pioneer of nihonga (Japanese-style painting), whose influence on the genre helped it develop even further from its traditional restraints.
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CULTURE / Art
Oct 23, 2014
'Born Here, Yet to Be Born Here'
On Oct. 29, Nakamuraya, a restaurant founded in 1901 in Shinjuku that became famous for Indian curry as well as Western- and Japanese-style confectionery, is opening a new building that will include the Nakamuraya Salon Museum on the third floor.

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