Museu de Arte atingido pelo terremoto

The Miyagi Museum of Art

Sendai é uma cidade atingida pelo terremoto e tsunami do dia 11 de março de 2011 no Japão. Myagi é uma área contínua a Sendai e abriga o The Miyagi Museum of Art, o maior museu da região no gênero. Sendai possui ainda o Sendai Cityt Museum, também atingido. Ainda não temos noção da extensão dos danos nem conseguimos contato. Assim que tivermos novas informações publicaremos.

O Museu:

The Miyagi Museum of Art, which opened in November 1981, collects Japanese paintings, oil paintings, prints, sculputures and artistic handicrafts from the Meiji Period(1868-1912)to the present, some of which have a connection with Miyagi Prefecture and the Tohoku region of Japan. The Museum also collects Western art including works by Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee.

The Museum strives to be an “open museum”, not only for admiring art, but also to learn art through various interactive activities. To help achieve this goal, the Museum holds workshops which are open to anyone who wants to draw, print, do pottery, sculpt and so on. There are machines and equipment for working with wood, metal and clay. Staff members of the Museum are available to provide assistance.

The Miyagi Museum of Art
34-1 Kawauchi-Motohasekura, Aoba-ku, Sendai, Miyagi, 980-0861 JAPAN
TEL: 022-221-2111~2114
FAX: 022-221-2115

Coleção:

Representative Works

Introductory notes: The data of a work was described in order of a artist name / years of birth and death / title / work year / size (cm, vertical x width, a solid work: height x width x depth) / material and form / note.

AI-MITSU (1907-1946)
“A Bird”
1940/45.4×37.9
The Sunouchi Collection
>> details

KISHIDA Ryusei (1891-1926)
“Portrait of Sanada Hisakichi”
1913/45.6×37.8/Oil on canvas
>> details

KOYAMA Shotaro (1857-1916)
“Landscape”
1876-78/58.0×85.0/Oil on canvas
>> details

SHIMIZU Toshi (1887-1945)
“A Subway Station”
1924/116.5×81.5/Oil on canvas
>> details

TAKAHASHI Yuichi (1828-1894)
“Miyagi Prefectural Office”
1881/61.1×122.0/Oil on canvas
>> details

MATSUMOTO Shunsuke (1912-1948)
“A Painter”
1941/162.4×112.7/Oil on board
>> details

MIGISHI Kotaro (1903-1934)
“Orchestra”
1933/91.0×116.5/Oil on canvas
>> details

YOROZU Tetsugoro (1885-1927)
“Self-portrait”
1915/45.8×33.5/Oil on canvas
The Sunouchi Collection
>> details

WATANABE Ryosuke (1880-1911)
“A Woman in the Shade of a Tree”
1907/60.8×45.8/Oil on canvas
>> details

ODAKE Chikuha (1878-1936)
“The Moisture of the Moon – the Heat of the Sun – the Chill of the Stars”
1920/right 143.7×83.6, center 143.8×83.7, left 144.0×83.6/Color on silk, a set of 3 hanging scrolls
>> details

TAKEHISA Yumeji (1884-1934)
“At a Glass Wholesaler in Summer”
1914/117.0×40.2/Color on silk, hanging scroll
The Amae-Shimada Collection
>> details

HAYAMI Gyoshu (1894-1935)
“Pigeon and Sparrows”
1927/57.7×42.3/Color on silk, hanging scroll
>> details

HIRAFUKU Hyakusui (1877-1933)
“Hunting”
1920/168.0×91.4/Color on paper, hanging scroll
>> details

SATO Churyo (1912-)
“Man of Gunma”
1952/29.5×19×24/Bronze
>> details

SATO Churyo (1912-)
“Hat, Summer”
1972/105×59×42.5/Bronze
>> details

Wassily KANDINSKY (1866-1944)
“Study for Panel for Edwin R. Campbell No.4 (Carnival, Winter)”
1914/69.8×48.4/Oil on cardboard
>> details

Wassily KANDINSKY (1866-1944)
“Arrival of the Merchants”
1905/92.5×135.0/Tempera on canvas
>> details

Paul KLEE (1879-1940)
“Palesio Nua”
1933/50.4×27.0/Gouache on cotton, white grounded
>> details

Paul KLEE (1879-1940)
“Anatomy of Aphrodite”
1915/20×13.6 (cardboard 30.3×22.3)/Watercolor, chalk ground, on paper mounted on cardboard
>> details

Henri de TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864-1901)
“Le Divan Japonais”
1893/79.0×60.0/Color lithograph
The Miura Collection
>> details

Other Works

ONUMA Kaneyo (1905-1939)
“Taking a Rest”
1930/130.5×162.8/Oil on canvas

KANNO Seiko (1933-1988)
“The World of Claude Levi-Strauss 3”
1971/122.0×227.0/Acryric on canvas

SATO Tetsuzo (1910-1954)
“Mr. Hirayama, a Porter”
1929-30/65.0×53.0/Oil on canvas
The Sunouchi Collection

TAKAHASHI Yuichi (1828-1894)
“View of Matsushima”
1881/45.5×91.4/Oil on canvas
Cultural Property designated by Miyagi Prefecture

TSUBAKI Sadao (1896-1957)
“A Road in Kugenuma”
1920/38.0×45.6/Oil on canvas

NAKANO Kazutaka (1896-1965)
“A Short Rest”
1931/177.0×266.0/Oil on canvas

NAKAMURA Tsune (1887-1924)
“Self-portrait”
c.1909/45.0×33.0/Oil on canvas
The Sunouchi Collection

HASEGAWA Toshiyuki (1891-1940)
“Bacchanal; Kiyoko Hanashima”
c.1930/40.9×31.9/Oil on canvas
The Sunouchi Collection

HASEGAWA Rinjiro (1904-1988)
“A Cat”
1966/30.9×40.9/Oil on canvas
The Sunouchi Collection

HIRAHATA Ken (1910-1948)
“39×QE”
1939/31.5×40.8/Oil on board

MAKINO Torao (1890-1946)
“At the Beach”
1920/94.5×181.5/Oil on canvas

MATSUMOTO Shunsuke (1912-1948)
“Nikolai Cathedral”
c.1941/37.8×45.3/Oil on canvas
The Sunouchi Collection

MITSUTANI Kunishiro (1874-1936)
“A Nude”
1915/130.5×80.8/Oil on canvas

MURAYAMA Kaita (1896-1919)
“Self-portrait”
1915/48.9×42.0/Charcoal on paper
The Sunouchi Collection

YAZAKI Hironobu (1914-1944)
“Murderous Intent on the Street”
1940/126.5×95.4/Oil on canvas

YOROZU Tetsugoro (1885-1927)
“Landscape; Spring”
1912/33.3×45.6/Oil on canvas
The Sunouchi Collection

YASUI Sotaro (1888-1955)
“Portrait of a Girl”
1937/61.5×51.9/Oil on canvas

YOSHIHARA Jiro (1905-1972)
“Seascape”
ca.1935/97.0×130.5/Oil on canvas

OTA Chou (1896-1958)
“Fragrance of Peonies”
1956/156.0×194.0/Color on paper, two fold screen

KOBAYASHI Kokei (1883-1957)
“Elysian Well”
/131.1×51.0/Color on silk, hanging scroll

SHOJI Fuku (1910-2002)
“Weathering Bulwark”
1974/172.0×331.8/Color on paper, hanging scroll

TOMITA Keisen (1879-1936)
“A Water Wheel in Fuchien”
1913/193.0×70.0/Color on silk, hanging scroll

YASUDA Yukihiko (1884-1978)
“Beauty in Spring”
ca.1912/138.9×56.8/Color on silk, hanging scroll

YUKI Somei (1875-1957)
“Snowy Mountain in Cold Weather”
1927/101.1×113.2/Color on silk, hanging scroll

OIZUMI Shigemoto (1913-1960)
“Night”
52.7×35.6 (63.3×42.0)/Color woodcut

ODA Kazuma (1882-1956)
“Tojin Pond, Niigata”
1929/43.3×58.0 (47.3×59.5)/Color lithograph

ONCHI Koshiro (1891-1955)
“From Series Lyric-A Bright Moment”
1915/13.5×9.6/Woodcut
The Amae・Shimada Collection

TANAKA Kyokichi (1892-1915)
“An Ill Bird”
1915/22.7×15.5/Woodcut
The Amae・Shimada Collection

FUJIMORI Shizuo (1891-1943)
“The Reflection of My Emotions”
1915/17.0×12.0/Woodcut
The Amae・Shimada Collection

CHO Shinta (1927-2005)
“A King and His Friend Egg”
(Original picture book illustrations)
1972/39.4×42.5/Watercolor and crayon on paper

YAMAWAKI Yuriko (1941-)
“Guri and Gura”
(Original picture book illustrations)
1963/19.0×54.7/Ink and watercolor on paper

Wassily KANDINSKY (1866-1944)
“The Sluice”
1902/79.0×51.5/Oil on canvas

Wassily KANDINSKY (1866-1944)
“Evening”
1904/31.0×47.0/Gouache on paper

Ernst Ludwig KIRCHNER (1880-1938)
“Portrait of David Mueller”
1919/34.0×29.4 (47.9×29.1)/Woodcut

Paul KLEE (1879-1940)
“Miniature in Gold Frame”
1916/16.3×9.0 (cardboard)

Paul KLEE (1879-1940)
“Three Houses by the Bridge”
1922/26.5×36.0 (cardboard)

Egon SCHIELE (1890-1918)
“Pregnant Woman”
1914/48.1×31.3/Tempera and pencil on paper

Egon SCHIELE (1890-1918)
“Secession 49th Exhibition”
1918/63.3×48.1 (35.7×27.9)/Color lithograph

Georges de FEURE (1868-1928)
“Paris Almanach”
1894/77.0×59.0/Color lithograph
The Miura Collection

Paul BERTHON (1872-1909)
“Sarah Bernhardt”
/65.0×52.0/Color lithograph
The Miura Collection

Acesso ao museu:

A: From the Sendai station west exit bus terminal
Take City Bus for Kotsu Koen at No.16 bus stop. Get off at Niko Miyagiken-Bijutsukan Mae.

B: OR  Take the Kawauchi bound bus from the Hirosedori-Ichibancho bus stop.

C: OR  Take Miyagi Kotsu Bus for Kawauchi at Aoba-dori Ave. Shonai Bank bus stop. Get off at Niko Miyagiken-Bijutsukan Mae.

The trip can be made in about 10 min. by taxi from Sendai Station.

map
34-1 Kawauchi-Motohasekura, Aoba-ku, Sendai, 980-0861 Japan
TEL: 022-221-2111  FAX: 022-221-2115

Sobre maniamuseu

Maníaco por museus de todo mundo. Eles trazem a história, o futuro, o diferente e a cultura. Entretenimento e educação. Viaje em maniamuseu.
Esse post foi publicado em Arte Comunicação&Design, Desastres, Gente & Comportamento, Museus da Ásia, Museus do Japão e marcado , , , , , , , , , , , . Guardar link permanente.

Deixe uma resposta

Preencha os seus dados abaixo ou clique em um ícone para log in:

Logotipo do WordPress.com

Você está comentando utilizando sua conta WordPress.com. Sair / Alterar )

Imagem do Twitter

Você está comentando utilizando sua conta Twitter. Sair / Alterar )

Foto do Facebook

Você está comentando utilizando sua conta Facebook. Sair / Alterar )

Foto do Google+

Você está comentando utilizando sua conta Google+. Sair / Alterar )

Conectando a %s