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All reviews el greco main building pollock nice collection andy warhol woodblock prints van gogh on display western style high quality japanese crafts separate buildings impressionist era unexpected location museum of art several buildings two hours
Was so impressed to see Claude Monet pairings as well as the Rodin sculptors. Also saw the Woman in hair painting by Matisse. I was so happy. No photos allowed though while inside the museum. But the view outside the museum was so nice.
Very impressive collection of European and Japanese art in purpose built galleries, the philanthropy of Ohara & the passion and talent of his friend Kojima underpin this celebration of art that knows no borders. We used the English audio guides which were well worth the...More
I visited here on a recent trip to this area and was really glad I went to the museum. This really illustrates the impact one family (albeit very wealthy) can have on arts in an area. The museum has a very nice collection and things...More
Ohara Museum is the oldest private museum in Japan. It is very good to spend time walking around the works without a crowd and enjoying them. The main entrance has a classical building style, with two sculptures of Rodin. The annex has a sculpture garden...More
This is really excellent. It’s like the Noah’s ark of European impressionists. There’s a Monet, Sisley, Van Gogh, Picasso, Renoir, even right up to including Andy Warhol . The main gallery is quite extensive plus there are two other galleries mainly of Asian art included...More
I had never heard of Kojima Torajiro until I walked into this museum. Now he is one of my favorite impressionist artists. Not only was he a brilliant painter, but with the backing of his patron, he assembled an amazing collection of European art by...More
Although we are not serious art buffs, we enjoyed the exhibits tremendously. The very well curated collection of classics to modern art was displayed very effectively in a lovely mansion. It was not crowded when we visited which made for a very conducive environment. The...More
A lot has already been said about this place and all good. I call it a place as it is collection of buildings which in themselves are an attraction and the gardens hold the Japanese beauty of small but complex as with each step across...More
This art museum is spread over 3 separate buildings in the small town of Kurashiki in Western Japan. We did not visit the main gallery of western art as we wanted to see Japanese art. There is a Japanese art section of older art and...More