Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts

Southern-Style Painting of the Edo period


January 9 - February 7 , 2021


9:30–17:00 (Last entry 30 minutes before closing)


Mondays  (Except  January 11), January 12


Adults 300 (150) yen, University / High school students 200 (100) yen

* ( ) indicate prices for those in groups of 20 or more.

*Free for Junior high school students and under and those 65 years and older living in Osaka city. Please show proof of age (driver’s license, passport, etc.) when entering.


In the middle of the Edo period, there appeared unique painters who took in a variety of inspiration from both within and outside Japan. Some pursued their own styles under the influence of the Southern school of Chinese painting. Their paintings are called nanga or bunjinga, both names for southern-style paintings. In this exhibition, we’ll introduce you to nanga from the Edo period, from amongst work collected by and entrusted to the museum.

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Okada Beisanjin Pine, Bamboo and Plum

Edo Period, 1817   Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts



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