Expo-Dossier Les paysages japonais

EXPO-DOSSIER | Paysages du Japon, Mont Fuji et villes enneigées…

History, Heritage, Exhibitions, fairs, festivals and culture, À la une, Guided tour in Saint-Omer
  • Landscapes of Japan, Mount Fuji and snow-covered towns...
    In this new exhibition, the museum invites you to discover a selection of a dozen landscapes. This genre appeared fairly early in Japan, and enjoyed a revival from the 1750s and throughout the 19th century. Leading artists such as Hokusai and Hiroshige glorified Mount Fuji and snowy towns. Come and admire their prints, as well as recently restored anonymous paintings, some of which are presented in a never-before-seen way.

    A series...
    Landscapes of Japan, Mount Fuji and snow-covered towns...
    In this new exhibition, the museum invites you to discover a selection of a dozen landscapes. This genre appeared fairly early in Japan, and enjoyed a revival from the 1750s and throughout the 19th century. Leading artists such as Hokusai and Hiroshige glorified Mount Fuji and snowy towns. Come and admire their prints, as well as recently restored anonymous paintings, some of which are presented in a never-before-seen way.

    A series of special exhibitions on the Japanese collection
    The Musée Sandelin has a remarkable Japanese collection, mainly from the 19th century, with the oldest pieces dating from the 17th century. There are 41 paintings on paper and 175 prints (including 2 collections), some signed by the most famous names, such as Hokusaï (1760-1849), Hiroshige (1797-1858) and Kuniyoshi (1798-1861).
    The collection is regularly rotated around a different theme. This enables the collection to be presented to the public in a way that is compatible with its conservation. At the moment, a selection of prints on the theme of divinities and immortals is on display for 6 months.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Schedules
Schedules
  • From January 1, 2024 until May 12, 2024
Close