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The 150th Anniversary :
The Prints of Edvard Munch from the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

Dates:
Saturday 7 December – Sunday 9 March 2014
Hours:
9:30 am – 5:30 pm
Fridays 9:30 am - 8:00 pm
(Admission ends 30 mins. before closing time)
Closed:
Mondays except 23 December and 13 January.
Closed on 24 December and 14 January,
28 December to 1 January and
7 January to 9 January
Venue:
Prints and Drawings Gallery, NMWA
Organized by:
The National Museum of Western Art,
Royal Norwegian Embassy in Tokyo
With the Cooperation of:
The Western Art Foundation
Admission Fees:
Adults 420 yen (210 yen), College students 130 yen (70 yen)
Numbers in parentheses indicate discount fees for groups of 20 or more.
Tickets for Permanent Collection Galleries provide access to this exhibition.
Visitors aged 18 and under or 65 and older are admitted free of charge. Please show your ID upon entrance to confirm your age.
Disabled visitors admitted free of charge, with one attendant. Please present your disability identification upon arrival.
《The Sick Girl》

Edvard Munch
《The Sick Girl》 1894 drypoint
Photo by Norihiro Ueno

The year 2013 marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Edvard Munch (1863 - 1944) and the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, will commemorate the occasion with an exhibition of Munch prints.
Print production was a major element of Munch's extremely large overall oeuvre. Munch created his first print in 1894, and over the course of the remaining fifty years of his life, his print oeuvre grew to approximately 850 pieces.
This exhibition displays 34 prints from the NMWA collection, featuring early period works on the typical Munch themes of life, death and romantic love, such as The Sick Girl (1894), Madonna (1895) and Harpye (1899), along with his lithograph series Alpha and Omega (1908–09) based on his own strange tale, and Toward the Light (1914) showing new developments in his arts.

Lectures will be also held at a museum. Please visit each page for details.

《Madonna》

Edvard Munch
《Madonna》 1895  lithograph

《Self-Portrait with Glasses》

Edvard Munch
《Self-Portrait with Glasses》 1919  lithograph

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