Fukuoka Art Museum

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Fukuoka Art Museum

Fukuoka Art Museum (福岡市美術館) is a Japanese art museum in Fukuoka Prefecture[1]

Collection[change | change source]

The museum has a notable collection of Asian art and it presents temporary exhibitions.

Since 2004, The Madonna of Port Lligat by Salvador Dalí has been on display at the Fukuoka Art Museum.[2]

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References[change | change source]

  1. Williams, Ingrid K. "Uncovering the Secrets of Fukuoka," New York Times (US). August 24, 2012; retrieved 2012-8-29.
  2. Xtimeline.com, The Madonna of Port Lligat; excerpt, "The first [version] was created in 1949, and is now housed in the Haggerty Museum of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.... Dalí then created a second painting in 1950 with the same title and same themes, with various poses and details changed, which as of 2004 is exhibited by the Fukuoka City Art Gallery, Japan; retrieved 2012-8-29.

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Coordinates: 33°35′2″N 130°22′47.3″E / 33.58389°N 130.379806°E / 33.58389; 130.379806