The Museum of Kyoto is currently hosting a Marc Chagall exhibit.
The Russian painter, born in 1887, is known for his works with Jewish motifs and has been called the poet of color.
The State Tretyakov Gallery and the Russian National Museum have collaborated in this exhibit, which features works related to Chagall's lifelong love affair with Bella Rosenfeld.
The exhibit runs from October 3 - November 25.
The Museum of Kyoto (Sanjo Dori, central Kyoto)
10 am - 6 pm; closed Mondays but October 8 and 22 open
Admission: 1300 yen, 900 yen (high school and college students), 500 yen (children)
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