A special exhibition taking place at the Gifu Prefectural Museum of Art looks at the works of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864-1901), a French painter, printmaker, and illustrator. The event will delve into era in which he lived with the help of Tokyo's Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, which holds the Lautrec collection.
Along with the extensive array of Lautrec pieces at the event, there will be other works on display from the likes of Claude Monet, Gustave Moreau, and Edgar Degas.
Adult admission to the event is priced at 1000 yen.
The Gifu Prefectural Museum of Art is located around 15 minutes on foot from the JR Nishi-Gifu Station on the Tokaido Line. Alternatively, take the Gifu Bus (220 yen) from the JR Gifu Station - there is a dedicated stop for the museum and the ride time is approximately 10-15 minutes.
For those who plan to drive, the museum is around 10km from the Meishin Expressway's Gifu-Hashima IC. Free parking is available on-site and can accommodate several hundred vehicles.
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