Titian and the Renaissance in Venice
 From the 15th century through the 16th century, Venice, the City of Water, facing the Adriatic Sea, achieved tremendous prosperity from its maritime commerce and flourished spectacularly as the center of Renaissance art, rivaling Florence and Rome.

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*Description in Japanese

Exhibition Outline
Saturday 21 January–Sunday 2 April,2017
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (8-36,Ueno-Park,Taito-Ku,Tokyo)
Fridays until 20:00
*Last entry 30 minuites before closing
Mondays, Tuesday 21 March
*Except for Monday 20, 27 March
General 1,600 yen (1,300 yen) / College students 1,300 yen (1,100 yen)
High school students 800 yen (600 yen) / Seniors 65+ 1,000 yen (800 yen)
*Admission free for visitors of junior high school age or younger
*( ) refer to advance and group discount tickets. Group discount tickets: more than 20 persons.
*Advance tickets on sale until Friday 20 January.

*Free entry for visitors of 65 years and over on 15 February, 15 March.

*Purchasing pages are in Japanese, supported in English.
How to Use Online Ticket

*Purchasing pages are in Japanese, supported in English.
How to Use Online Ticket

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With the Support of
Embassy of Italy
With the Sponsorship of
Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.
With the cooperation of
Alitalia-Società Aerea Italiana S.p.A.,Nippon Cargo Airlines Co., Ltd.
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