‘Which painting would you choose if you could take one of the paintings exhibited in the Museum?’ Zenko Adachi, the founder of the Adachi Museum of Art, would often ask of visitors. The words might have been the result of Zenko’s hope that the viewer would not only appreciate the works, but also pick out a favourite. Adachi Museum houses numerous works by masters of the modern Japanese art world, including Yokoyama Taikan. Read more.
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