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Nagoya - Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Public Institution
Nagoya - Boston Museum of Fine Arts
1-1-1 Kanayama-cho, Naka-ku
Nagoya
Japan
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tel +81 (0)52 6840786
fax +81 (0)52 684071
www.nagoya-boston.or.jp
 
Opening hours:
Tu, We, Th, Fr  10:00-19:00
Sa, Su  10:00-17:00

to top Artists most exhibited:
Artist Rank
Rembrandt van Rijn    3



to top Institution's artists also shown at:
Institution
  The National Gallery of Art, USA 213 41
  MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, USA 211 36
  Leo Castelli Gallery, USA 115 5
  The Art Institute of Chicago, USA 100 42
  Indianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, USA 85 40



 
 Previous Exhibitions   14
2013
  Solo showHokusai from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  Group showAmerican Landscape From Niagara to Yosemite.

2011
  Solo showJim Dine-Theme and Variation:A Half Century of Printmaking

2010
  Group showChanging Soil: Contemporary Landscape Painting (Za Fukei)

2009
Description Solo showPaul Gauguin - Where Do We Come from? What Are We? Where Are We Going?

2008
  Solo showThe World of Claude Monet

2007
  Group showRembrandt's Etchings: the embrace of darkness and light
  Group showChildren in American Art

2006
  Group showFive centuries of European Portraiture
  Group showThe Allure of Edo

2005
  Group showThe brilliance of bird-and-flower painting: gems of east asian art
  Group showMsterworks from the MFA Boston: celebrating the human form in art

2004
  Group showGeorgia O'Keeffe and her Times
  Group showDelacroix to Munch: 19C Visions
 
Last update: 8 January 2014
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