9 Artists who changed the art [Pola Museum annex POLA MUSEUM ANNEX]
The Pola Museum Annex in Ginza, which had been renovated for two years, came back, so I went to see it immediately. I rebuilt the whole building. It takes two years. This is a great art space that is free until 20:00, so I hope to see it in the future.
【 Exhibition name 】
Pola Ginza Building opening special project The nine painters who changed the art
【 Venue 】 Pola Museum Annex POLA MUSEUM ANNEX
It is new and came back!
【 Nearest 】 Tokyo Metro Ginza Station/Ginza-Itchome station JR Yurakucho Station
Date: October 3 (Sat)-October 25 (Sun), 2009
* Please check the official website for business hours, closed days, maps and patrols.
[Appreciation time required (my pace)]
About 0 hours 20 minutes
[Crowded condition and congestion situation (Saturday around 15:00)]
Congestion _1_2_ (3) _4_ 5 _ Comfortable
Insufficient _1_2_ 3 _ (4) _5_ Fuller
Easy to understand
Arcane _1_2_ (3) _4_ 5 _ Clear
(4) _5_ satisfaction with dissatisfaction
The old annex was slightly cramped in the room in a normal building, but it came back as a space that seemed like a large museum. The space is exactly about eleven paintings. It was a great success Buri for free.
I was surprised to find that the face was suitable for the exhibition name “Nine painters who changed the art”, and it was very surprising to see the works that could be said to be the face of the Pola museum. (As a reference article, I put a link to the impression when I saw at Pola Museum of Art in Hakone. ）
Because it is a trouble, I think I will introduce all 11 points. Although it is the art fan, let’s explain how each painter changed the art lightly.
Claude Monet “The railroad tracks of Saint-Lazare station” ★ Can be seen here.(Previous ImpressionsHere）
I look at the work of “Impressionist” in various exhibitions here and there, and I think that Monet deserves to be called “painter who changed the art” as the painter who drew “The Impression Sunrise” which became the etymology of the impressionist school. This picture shows how the locomotive steam is raised on a railroad track near the station, and it expresses a subtle shade and movement of the steam beautifully. I have seen it many times in various places, but it is a work that I can impress every time I watch.
Claude Monet “Sunset in the Seine, winter” ★ Can be seen here.(Previous ImpressionsHere）
It is a work depicting the sunset which sinks in the river. Ice floats on the river and the gradient of sunset is projected on the water. While being invited to nostalgia, I felt calm from bright colors.
Pierre Auguste Renoir “The Girl in the hat of the race” ★ Can be seen here.(Previous ImpressionsHere）
It is surprising that he wears a poster daughter of the Pola Museum of Art. I feel the enthusiasm I put on this opening. This picture is a profile of a woman full of dainty. The pearl-like skin is full of youthful life, and the captivating expression is attractive. (And the impression I wrote in the memo was almost the same as the impression I wrote before W)
Paul Cezanne, “Sugar jar, pear and tablecloth” ★ Can be seen here.
Cezanne, as the father of modern painting, has influenced quite a few artists, so he is the perfect painter for this exhibition. This picture is still life as the title was placed on the table. A lot of pears lay on the plate and let you imagine the movement that was protruding from the plate. It was also a highlight that many shapes such as triangles and spheres could be seen to influence the Cubism.
Paul Signac, “The Bridge of the O’sale” ★ Can be seen here.
Signac who opened the new impression principle by the technique of the sketch might also have built the age. It depicts a bridge over the river and a building that looks like a church over there. The point and the point stick by the complementary effect by the sketch, and it is interesting to see the mixed color when looking away. The expression of light spreads and it seems to have been innovative.
Finn St. Van Gogh “Thistle Flower” ★ Can be seen here.(Previous ImpressionsHere）
Van Gogh, who had an influence on fauvism, etc., would be suitable as a painter who changed the ideal way of art. This picture is painted with blue thistle and green leaves on the background of the pale green, and it is a refreshing atmosphere overall. On the other hand, I also feel a stout sense of life from the strength of the strokes. Van Gogh’s work is one of the products I would like to see close by by all means because I am surprised at the way of painting paints.
Marc Chagall “Me and the village” ★ Can be seen here.
The work of this poster. In my opinion, Chagall is not a favorite, but it is indispensable in talking about Ecole de Paris. I think that vivid color such as blue, red, and green is his typical style. His motif, which continues to be the theme of love and hometown, also makes us remember a mysterious sense like in a dream.
Leonard Fujita “Birthday”
When you say Ecole de Paris, Fujita is also an important person. The Japan milky and thin line is a famous style, but I think that this is a work of old age which became a variety of colors. Children who surround the table and children from outside the window to hear the state of the room, etc., there is cuteness like a picture book. It was a very curious picture of Fujita.
Georges Black “Still Life with a guitar (rosy background)”
The black that made the Cubism with Picasso. Cubism is a technique of decomposing things and using a curve and a straight line to reconstruct it, but I can understand the peculiar technique in this work. It is interesting to try a three-dimensional representation of a vase and a guitar on a rosy table.
Pablo Picasso “Maternal and child image”(Previous ImpressionsHere）
Picasso, who doesn’t like art, knows it. It is appropriate to decorate the end of this exhibition. Picasso’s style has changed many times, but this work will be from the neoclassical era. It has the power like the primitive art from the baby that the big arm of mother who holds the child and the meat of the body are like a large lump. The life force seemed to be overflowing in the touch of the mother and child.
Pablo Picasso, “The Woman in the Hat”
In general, Picasso paints a picture like a ghost who does not understand! There seems to be an image that, but this is exactly what I drew the last wife Jacaine W Yellow hat and a red dress in the typical, but the face is far from the actual appearance such as a big one-eyed and sideways lips of the ghost itself, This looks like a double-image representation of the landscape from the front and the side. It is difficult to understand Picasso completely, but it is an interesting work to know the transition of his style.
So, it is a full swing that I do not think free. Free in the middle of Ginza, it is a great service Buri to enjoy a lot of people open until 20:00, I think it is interesting to check frequently. If you are interested because it will be over soon….
Original article source:https://21stcenturyxxxman.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-195.html
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