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Japanese Animalistic Bronze of 19th Century Displayed in Moscow
11.03.2014 19:39
Japanese Animalistic Bronze of 19th Century Displayed in Moscow

On March 12 the History Museum will open an exhibition of Japanese animalistic bronze of the Meiji epoch.

      The exhibition goes on the display of monuments from private collections and presents Japanese animalistic bronze sculptures of the late 19th - early 20th centuries. The Meiji epoch (from 1868 to 1912) was a unique historical period of profound reforms and changes, when within a very short time the closed feudal country overcame isolation and become a major world power. The Japanese emperor Mutsuhito took the name Meiji, consisting of two hieroglyphs meaning “light” and “reign”, and his government initiated fundamental transformation in science and art.

      The exhibition will run till May 19.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Japan History Museum   

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