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From Renaissance to Rococo. Four Centuries of European Drawing, Painting and Sculpture.

Dates:
Wednesday 13 June – Monday 17 September 2012
Hours:
9:30 am- 5:30 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 8:00 pm
(Admission ends 30 mins. before closing time)
Closed on:
Mondays and 17 July
(We open on 16 July, 13 August and 17 September)
Venue:
Special Exhibition Galleries, The National Museum of Western Art
Organized by:
The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
TBS
The Yomiuri Shimbun
With the cooperation of:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
BS-TBS
TBS Radio & Communication
J-WAVE
With the special sponsorship of:
SMBC NIKKO SECURITIES INC.
With the sponsorship of :
SECOM
SOMPO JAPAN INSURANCE INC.
Nissha Printing Co., Ltd.
With the cooperation of:
Lufthansa Cargo AG
Lufthansa German Airlines
Japan Airlines
YAMATO LOGISTICS CO., LTD.
East Japan Railway Company
The Western Art Foundation
Admission Fees:
Adults 1,500 yen, College students 1,200 yen, High school students 500 yen
Advance purchase:
Adults 1,300 yen, College students 1,000yen, High school students 500 yen
Discount fees for groups of 20 or more:
Adults 1,100 yen, College students 800 yen, High school students 500 yen

Advance tickets for High school students will be available from Friday 1 June 2012.

Advance purchase tickets available until Monday 10 June 2012 at the museum ticket office.
Full admission fees apply from Wednesday 13 June 2012.
For ticket sales from other than the museum's own ticket office, see the exhibition website.
Junior high school and younger children admitted free of charge.
Free admission for High school students from
Saturday 21 July until Sunday 5 August 2012
Disabled visitors admitted free of charge with one attendant. Please present your disability identification upon arrival.
Admission to the Permanent collection galleries is included in this admission fee.
Number of visitors:
399,312.
Next Venue:
Kyusyu National Museum
Tuesday 9 October to Sunday 2 December 2012



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