Iwasaki Art Museum
|Iwasaki Art Museum|
|Town or city||Ibusuki, Kagoshima Prefecture|
|Opened||28 April 1983|
|Design and construction|
Iwasaki Art Museum (岩崎美術館, Iwasaki bijutsukan) opened in Ibusuki, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan, in 1983. Located in the gardens of a resort hotel and designed by Fumihiko Maki, the Museum's collection includes works by Kuroda Seiki and Fujishima Takeji, as well as Western painters. The adjacent Iwasaki Yoshie Craft Gallery (岩崎芳江工芸館) was established by the bequest of Iwasaki Yoshie, wife of the Museum's founder businessman Iwasaki Yohachirō (岩崎與八郎), and opened in 1998. It houses objects including Satsuma ware and folk art from Papua New Guinea.
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- ミュージアムガイド（P6～P13） [Guide to the Museums of Kagoshima Prefecture] (PDF) (in Japanese). Kagoshima Prefecture. Retrieved 17 October 2015.
- 岩崎美術館 [Iwasaki Art Museum] (in Japanese). Iwasaki Group. Retrieved 17 October 2015.
- 岩崎芳江工芸館 [Iwasaki Yoshie Craft Gallery] (in Japanese). Iwasaki Group. Retrieved 17 October 2015.
- "Iwasaki Art Museum". Maki and Associates. Retrieved 17 October 2015.
- (in English) Iwasaki Art Museum and Craft Gallery
- (in Japanese) Guide to the Museums of Kagoshima Prefecture
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