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Koriyama City Museum of Art

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Toile de Jpuy

 6 August - 11 September, 2016

9:30-17:00, Admission ends 30 mins, before closing time.

Closed:Mondays

トワルドジュイ展

Toile de Jouy (Literally “cloth of Jouy”) is a European Chintz originally manufactured by the German-born printer Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf (1738-1815) at his factory in Jouy –en-Josas, a village in the suburbs of Versailles, France.

This exhibition, the first in-depth introduction in Japan to the world of Toile de Jouy, is being held with the full cooperation of the Toile de Jouy Museum, which in 2010 celebrated the 250th anniversary of the factory’s founding and in 2015 commemorated the bicentennial of Oberkampf’s death.

 

exhibition admission fees

 

Individual

Group

Adults

1000yen

800yen

College & High School Students

500yen

400yen

Elementary and Junior High School Students

Free

Special discount rates are available to groups of twenty or more.
Admission is free for persons of junior high school and under,
persons over 65, or those certified physically challenged.

Koriyama City Museum of Art

Street address
130-2,Oyaji, Aza, Yasuhara-machi,
Koriyama-city, Fukushima Pref
963-0666, Japan

Postal code
963-0666

Telephone
81 (0) 24 956 2200

Fax
81 (0) 24 956 2350

E-mail
bijutsukan@city.koriyama.fukushima.jp

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