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THE INCREDIBLE  OTSUKA MUSEUM  OF  ART
01 April 1998


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Georges Pierre Seurat

Amedeo Modigliani
There is also a thematic section dealing with universal human themes such as life and death and image of families as well as space representation.

Among the 1070 reproductions of masterpieces 260 are from France, 220 from Italy, 113 from Britain, 100 from the U.S, 84 from Germany, 66 from Spain, 36 from the Netherlands, 28 from Austria, 28 from Switzerland, 21 from Greece and 19 from Belgium.The reproductions are produced by taking photographs of the original works in full dimensions, retouching numerous

times to get all the details right and baking them onto ceramic boards at high temperatures.
There will be discoloration or fading with age. All the more, the idea of regrouping masterpieces from many parts of the world in one place conveys a new approach to art and will surely induce other countries to follow such initiative considered as an incredible boost for the development of culture on our planet.
The Museum, situated north of Tokushima, has set an unprecedented example worth to be hailed as a great achievement for making art accessible to the masses.
Address : 65-1 Tosadomariura Aza Fukuike, Naruto-Cho, Naruto, Tokushima Prefecture 772-0053 Japan
telephone : (0886) 87-3737 / fax (0886) 87-1117
e-mail : museu@otsukakj.co.jp
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