“Colorful Realm” at the National Gallery of Art

Washingtonian.com’s A Once-in-a-Lifetime Exhibit highlights “Colorful Realm: Japanese Bird-and-Flower Paintings” by Itõ Jakuchu which opened on March 30th. This exhibit, on loan from Japan’s Imperial Household, features scrolls painted during a ten-year period from 1757 to 1766. The scrolls were all displayed once in a Zen monastery in Kyoto and has never been outside of Japan until now. The National Gallery of Art exhibition closes April 29.

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Courtesy of the National Gallery of Art

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