There are probably dogs, cats, birds, and many other animals in your neighborhood. It is the same for artists who draw pictures and create artworks. Animals with shapes and movements different from those of human seem to have attracted the hearts of artists, and have been depicted and shaped into works of art since ancient times.
The exhibition "Animals of the Forest of Art" features works on the theme of such animals. How do the animals in the works look like, and what colors and shapes do they have? Are they the same as animals we know?
Come to the Menard Art Museum to meet the animals in this summer vacation!
Artists: Aimitsu, Marc Chagall, Raoul Dufy, Kinosuke Ebihara, Max Ernst, Heihachiro Fukuda, Sawato Fukui, Isao Hayashi, Ikuo Hirayama, Leiko Ikemura, Ryuma Imai, Genichiro Inokuma, Munemaro Ishiguro, Eien Iwahashi, Miyabi Jinbo, Matazo Kayama, Morikazu Kumagai, Shigetomo Kurashima, René Magritte, Marino Marini, Kotaro Migishi, Joan Miró, Atsuhiko Misawa, Shin Miyazaki, Hajimeko Mizutani, Ben Nicholson, Kodo Otomaru, Henri Rousseau, Hanjiro Sakamoto, Shigejiro Sano, Shozo Shimada, Yoshihiro Shiomoda, Kunitaro Suda, Kenkichi Sugimoto, Goro Suzuki, Toshio Tabuchi, Koichi Takeuchi, Kazuyuki Takishita, Natsumi Tomita, Ryuzaburo Umehara, Vincent van Gogh, Jacques Villon, Kaoru Yamaguchi, Sotaro Yasui
MENARD ART MUSEUM
5-250 Komaki, Komaki City,
Aichi, Japan 485-0041