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  • Japan-Hungary Friendship 150th Anniversary
    Treasures from Budapest
    European and Hungarian Masterpieces from the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest and the Hungarian National Gallery

    4 December 2019 – 16 March 2020
    The National Art Center, Tokyo

     
    The National Art Center, Tokyo, Roppongi, will soon host a fascinating show to celebrate 150 years of diplomatic ties between Hungary and Japan.

     

    Treasures from Budapest: European and Hungarian Masterpieces

    A number of fantastic paintings and art works will travel to Tokyo from Budapest, the capital of Hungary and a stronghold of European art and culture. The exhibition will showcase some 130 works on loan from the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest and the Hungarian National Gallery.

    The displays feature European and Hungarian masterpieces – paintings, drawings and sculptures – covering the period from the Renaissance through the early 20th century.

     

    What not to miss of the Treasures from Budapest show in Tokyo

    The show is in two parts in chronological order. The first part is from the Renaissance through the 18th century, and the second part encompasses the 19th and 20 centuries.

    The exhibits include wonderful works by European maestros, as well as the 19th and 20th century Hungarian masters that are rarely shown in Japan.

    Among the highlights are works by Lucas Cranach the Elder, Tiziano Vecellio or Titian, El Greco, Renoir and Monet.

    The star attractions among the Hungarian artists’ works include: “Lady in Violet” – used as the poster image of this show – by Szinyei Merse Pál; and paintings by Munkácsy Mihály, Markó Károly the Elder and Csontváry Kosztka Tivadar.*

    * For the Hungarian names, the family names are put first, followed by the given names, in this exhibition.

     

    ブダペスト―ヨーロッパとハンガリーの美術400年(国立新美術館)Lucas Cranach the Elder
    The Ill-matched Couple: Old man and Young Woman, 1522
    Oil on beechwood
    Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
    ©Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest-Hungarian National Gallery, 2019


    ブダペスト―ヨーロッパとハンガリーの美術400年(国立新美術館)Titian (Tiziano Vecellio)
    Virgin and Child with Saint Paul, ca. 1540
    Oil on canvas
    Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
    ©Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest-Hungarian National Gallery, 2019


    ブダペスト―ヨーロッパとハンガリーの美術400年(国立新美術館) Auguste Renoir
    Bust of a Young Girl, ca. 1895
    Oil on canvas
    Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest
    ©Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest-Hungarian National Gallery, 2019


    ブダペスト―ヨーロッパとハンガリーの美術400年(国立新美術館)Markó Károly the Elder
    Fishermen, 1851
    Oil on canvas
    Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
    ©Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest-Hungarian National Gallery, 2019


    ブダペスト―ヨーロッパとハンガリーの美術400年(国立新美術館)Szinyei Merse Pál
    Lady in Violet, 1874
    Oil on canvas
    Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
    ©Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest-Hungarian National Gallery, 2019


    ブダペスト―ヨーロッパとハンガリーの美術400年(国立新美術館)Csontváry Kosztka Tivadar
    Taking a Ride at New Moon in Athens, 1904
    Oil on canvas
    Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
    ©Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest-Hungarian National Gallery, 2019


    ブダペスト―ヨーロッパとハンガリーの美術400年(国立新美術館)Vaszary János
    Golden Age, 1898
    Oil on cardboard
    Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest
    ©Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest-Hungarian National Gallery, 2019

* The above is the information known at the time of publication and subject to change without prior notice.

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