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At the National Museum of Western Art, at the Ueno park in Tokyo, they held the special exhibition “From Renaissance to Rococo. Four Centuries of European Drawing, Painting and Sculpture from the National Museums of Berlin collections“. (There are some screensavor and wallpaper in the Japanese Web Site). It includes Jan Vermeer van Delft’s “Young Lady with a Pearl Necklace”. After satisfied with great masterpiece, you can enter the permanent collection without additional entrance fee. The galleries feature pre-18th century paintings including those by Ritzos, Van Cleve, Veronese, Rubens, Van Ruysdael, and Ribera, 19th to early 20th century French paintings including works by Delacroix, Courbet, Manet, Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh, Gauguin, and Moreau and works by the next generation of artists, such as Marquet, Picasso, Soutin, Ernst, Miro, Dubuffet and Pollock.

From Renaissance to Rococo. Four Centuries of European Drawing, Painting and Sculpture

“From Renaissance to Rococo. Four Centuries of European Drawing, Painting and Sculpture” at The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo


From Renaissance to Rococo: Four Centuries of European Drawing, Painting and Sculpture

From Renaissance to Rococo: Four Centuries of European Drawing, Painting and Sculpture

They are permanent collections of the National Museum of Western Art Toyo.

Catena

Vincenzo Catena (1480-1531), “The Madonna and Child with the Infant Saint John” ca.1512


Carlo Dolci

Carlo Dolci (1616-1686), “Mater Dolorosa” c.1655 (part)


Guido Reni

Guido Reni (1575-1642), “Lucretia” c.1636-1638 (part). I love this picture.


Govaert Flinck

Govaert Flinck (1615-1660), “The Lamentation” c. 1637 (part)


Carlo Innocenzo Carlone

Carlo Innocenzo Carlone (1686-1775), “The Glorification of St. Felix and St. Adauctus” c.1759 (part)


Nattier

Jean-Marc Nattier (1685-1766), “Portrait of Madame Marie-Henriette Berthelot de Pleneuf” c.1739 (part)


Marie-Gabrielle Capet

Marie-Gabrielle Capet (1761-1818), “Self-portrait” c.1783 (part)