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Chiba Prefectural Museum of Art

 

The Chiba Prefectural Museum of Art opened on 23 October 1974 , after the exhibition building was completed in March 1974 and the organization was established on I April 1974. The administration building and studio building were completed in February 1976 and February 1980, respectively and in August 1988, added were a gallery, the repository room and a machinery room.
Since the Museum is one- storied (partly two- storied) ,all galleries have wide space and are arranged on the flat floor.
As to the exterior of the Museum, the roofs, shaped with geometrically straight lines, are covered with natural slate, and the outer walls are decorated with special red ceramic brick of Tokoname.

Facilities

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Museum's Collection

We collect works by artists who are related to Chiba Prefecture and who are both from domestic and international sources focusing on modern and contemporary art. Especially, we systematically collect works by the artists who are connected with the Prefecture of Chiba such as Chu Asai who participated in a scene as a pioneer of westernstyle painting, his pupils and surrounding artists, and artists such as Hotsuma Katori and Shinobu Tsuda, metalworkers who strove for development in the Japanese modern crafts scene.


Japanese-style Painting

Japanese-style Painting
Kaii Higashiyama "Spring Snow"

Westerern-style Painting

Westerern-style Painting
Millet "Sheeps Grazing by a Hedge"

Sculpture

Sculpture
Kotaro Takamura "Sitting Naked Woman"

Craft

Craft
Hotsuma katori "Pigeon-shaped incense

Calligraphy

Calligraphy
Nanso Takazawa "Syunpu-syugethu"

Print

Print
Yozo Hamaguchi "Roof of Paris"

About the Museum

The Chiba Prefectural Museum of Art, as a museum of the local community and a modern museum as well, aims at the promotion of overall artistic activities in the prefecture having the management policy "Appreciate, Discuss and Create"

Appreciate

As the main activity, the Museum holds various exhibitions , such as exhibitions of its collections according to specific themes and special exhibitions of artworks from outside the Museum, in which various kinds of works of both Japan and foreign countries are introduced.
Beside, the Museum holds traveling exhibitions of its coliections in order to give the public more opportunities to appreciate the artworks.

Discuss

The Museum holds' lecture meetings, workshops in order to interest the public in and to deepen their appreciation of arts. The public have access to books on art at the reference room and to the video library.

Create

At the studios, various art courses on Japanese-style and Western-style paintings, sculptures, craft, calligraphy and print are provided for the public throughout the year so that they may experience the pleasure of creation.

Information

Hours

9:00–16:30

Closed Every Monday (if Monday is a national holiday, the following Tuesday)
New Year's holiday closure: December 28, 2019 - January 4, 2020

Exceptions:
Open on Mon. September 30, 2019.
Closed on Tue. April 30; September 25, 2019;  Wed. September 25 - Fri. September 27, 2019; Tue. August 8; and Wed. August 9, 2019.

Admission fees

●Winter Art Collection 2019
  
(Tue. January 29 – Sun. April 14, 2019)

Adults 300 yen (240 yen)
High school & university students 150 yen (120 yen)
Junior high school students and younger
Persons aged 65 years or older
Free
  (20 people or more  )

●Spring Art Collection 2019
  
(Sat. April 20 - Sun. July 7, 2019)

Adults 300 yen (240 yen)
High school & university students 150 yen (120 yen)
Junior high school students and younger
Persons aged 65 years or older
Free
  (20 people or more  )

●Nobuhiro Shimura
●Summer Art Collection 2019

 (Sat. July 13 - Mon. September 23)

Adults 300 yen (240 yen)
High school & university students 150 yen (120 yen)
Junior high school students and younger
Persons aged 65 years or older
Free
  (20 people or more  )

●Special Exhibition: Sumio Goto
   (Sat. November 2, 2019 - Sun. January 19, 2020)

Adults 1000 yen (800 yen)
High school & university students   500 yen (400 yen)
Junior high school students and younger
Persons aged 65 years or older
Free
  (20 people or more  )

●Winter Art Collection 2020
  
(Tue. January 28 – Sun. April 12, 2020)

Adults 300 yen (240 yen)
High school & university students 150 yen (120 yen)
Junior high school students and younger
Persons aged 65 years or older
Free
  (20 people or more  )

Guide to the Museum

Access

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Directions

  •  10 minutes-walk from "Chiba-Minato"station on the JR Keiyo-Line or Chiba-Toshi Monorail.
  •  Take the bus line "For Port Tower"at the east exit of Chiba station of JR Sobu-Line Get off at the bus stop called "Bijutsukan and Chuo Yubinkyoku",then 1 minute walk.

[From the direction of Tokyo]
・About 20 minutes after Higashi-Kanto National Expressway "Wangan-Narashino" I.C.

[From the direction of Narita]
・ About 25 minutes after Higashi-Kanto National Expressway "Chiba-Kita" I.C.