Fear in Painting

Art Ueno Royal Museum , Ueno Saturday October 7 2017 - Sunday December 17 2017
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Based on a bestselling book by Kyoko Nakano, a scholar of German literature and an art historian, this travelling exhibition heads to Ueno in October. Perfect for those dark and rainy autumn days, it focuses on some of the scariest paintings in the history of Western art: 80 pieces by mostly Victorian-era artists including pre-Raphaelite painter John William Waterhouse and illustrator Aubrey Beardsley.

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Venue name: Ueno Royal Museum
Contact:
Address: 1-2 Ueno Koen, Taito-ku
Tokyo

Opening hours: 10am-5pm
Transport: Ueno Station (Yamanote line), park exit; (Ginza, Hibiya lines), Shinobazu exit.
Event website: http://www.kowaie.com/
    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

    • ¥1,600, college and high school students ¥1,200, children aged 15 or under free

      10am-5pm

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