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'Storytelling in Japanese Art'

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Add to Calendar 19-11-2011 06-05-2012 15 'Storytelling in Japanese Art' Japan has enjoyed a long tradition of storytelling through paintings and illustrated books, which continues today in the popular art of manga (comic books for children and adults). Showcasing more than 90 vibrant works drawn from the New York Public Library and other local collections, as well as works from the Metropolitan's own holdings, this exhibit traces the rich history of illustrated narratives that thrived in the medieval and early modern periods of Japan. The focus of the exhibition is some 20 rare, illustrated handscrolls called emaki. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=100109 The Metropolitan Museum of Art true DD/MM/YYYY
November 19, 2011 through May 06, 2012
Open through May 6. Tuesday-Thursday and Sunday 9:30am-5:30pm; Friday-Saturday 9:30am-9pm
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Manhattan
All Ages
Recommended museum admission: $25; $17 seniors; $12 students; free children under 12

Description: Japan has enjoyed a long tradition of storytelling through paintings and illustrated books, which continues today in the popular art of manga (comic books for children and adults). Showcasing more than 90 vibrant works drawn from the New York Public Library and other local collections, as well as works from the Metropolitan's own holdings, this exhibit traces the rich history of illustrated narratives that thrived in the medieval and early modern periods of Japan. The focus of the exhibition is some 20 rare, illustrated handscrolls called emaki.

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