Isolated copperplate painter
Kiyoshi Hasegawa and painters exhibition who loved Paris
■From Thursday, December 6 to Wednesday, December 12
■The seventh floor of Fukuya Hatchobori Main Store art art gallery (closed daylong at 5:00 p.m.)
Painter Kiyoshi Hasegawa who lived for vulgarity. We pass, and copperplate engraving technique is learned at 27 years old in 1918 to France. We created technique Manes ale NOIR cut off more than the first century again and got high evaluation. We might never return home afterwards until we died in 1980. We display work of Japanese painters who crossed the seas such as Tsuguji Fujita or Toshio Bando with approximately 20 points to Manes ale NOIR and works such as Picasso or Chagall from rare woodcut which can be called the starting point produced before visit to France by book exhibition in addition in the latter period. We guide to have you have a look by all means at this opportunity.