In order to understand the history and distinctive features of modern and contemporary Japanese art, we have systematically collected the works of representative artists of this period. We have collected and exhibited the works of artists who, since the Meiji Era, went abroad to study, focusing on their unique development while interacting with Western art. The works they created through the process of searching for their own styles are in the museum's collection, alongside the works of post-war artists who are internationally appreciated. We are also interested in the works of artists with a connection to Meguro. We make every effort to provide visitors with information on all the works and their creators.
AKIOKA Yoshio,Big Wind,1950, Watercolor on paper
OKADA Kenzo,Silver,1954-55, Oil on canvas
KAWAMURA Kiyoo,View of Venice,Unknown,Oil on board
TSUKIO Soichi,Unit Vase,1955, Iron
Ay-O／AKANA Hiroshi／IMAI Toshimitsu／OKA Shikanosuke／OKADA Kenzo／OGISU Takanori／KAWAMURA Kiyoo／KINOSHITA Susumu／KUSAMA Yayoi／KONO Misao／KOMODA Komoda／SAKATA Kazuo／SHIRAGA Kazuo／SUGAI Kumi／SUWA Naoki／TAKASHIMA Yajuro／TABUCHI Yasukazu／DOMOTO Hisao／HIGASHIYAMA Kaii／FUJITA Tsuguharu／MURAKAMI Tomoharu／YAMAGUCHI Kaoru ,and so on.