Through a collection of about 65 items, Mitsubishi Ichigokan will attempt to showcase not simply the mastery but also the process of two of the most brilliant artists of the Italian Renaissance, if not of human history. Much of the exhibit will be devoted to sketches and studies in an attempt to elucidate the two artists’ creative processes. Some of the works to look out for will be da Vinci’s Study for the Angel’s Head, The Virgin of the Rocks and Michelangelo’s Study for the Head of Leda.
Until September 24, 10am–6pm (Fri 10am–8pm) (closed Mon). Adults: ¥1,700; students: ¥1,500; children 15 yrs and under: ¥500. Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, 2-6-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku. Station: Tokyo. mimt.jp/lemi