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2017 / LACMA displaying Maruyama Okyo’s “Canes” (1772) at Japanese Pavilion. Dec. 24, 2016 – May 7, 2017

LACMA Maruyama Okyo Screens Cranes

Maruyama Okyo’s screens of “Cranes”was acquired in 2012 by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Maruyama Okyo (1733-95) is pivotal to Japanese art history for being one of the first artists to paint directly from nature rather than from paintings and sketches. Of his five most famous pairs of screens, four are registered...
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2013 / LACMA to debut national-treasure-class Okyo screens in US, Jan 19

LACMA Maruyama Okyo Screens Cranes

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents the U.S. debut of Maruyama Okyo’s Cranes (1772), an extraordinary pair of Japanese screens on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013 at its Pavilion for Japanese Art. The exhibition of Okyo’s Cranes will run for four month. The closing date is not announced yet. The screens was recently...
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