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Reed and Wild Goose
Japanese
late 15th - early 16th century
56.201.1
Reed and Wild Goose
Japanese
late 15th century or early 16th century
56.201.2
Autumn Eve
Kishi Renzan (Gantoku)
1615-1859
SC81.43
Triptych: Bamboo, Pine and Plum
Sakai Hoitsu
1615-1868
56.200.A
Rakuchu rakugai zu (Scenes in and around the Capital)
Japanese
second half 17th century
75.38.2
Hare in Winter Landscape (Yuki ni Usagi)
Shibata Zeshin
19th century
61.80.2
Take ni Suzume (Sparrow and Bamboo)
Shibata Zeshin
19th century
61.80.3
Kawagishi (Riverbank Stone)
Shibata Zeshin
19th century
61.80.4
Bog Rhubarb (Fuki no To)
Shibata Zeshin
19th century
61.80.6
Palace Carriage (Goshogurma)
Shibata Zeshin
19th century
61.80.7
Courtesan seated on a balcony
Kitagawa Tsukimaro
ca. 1810
63.50
Seascape with Gulls and Waves (Nami ni Kamome)
Shibata Zeshin
19th century
61.80.8
Spring Wildflowers (Haru no No)
Shibata Zeshin
19th century
61.80.9
Plum Branch
Fukuhara Gogaku
early 17th-late 19th Century
68.83
Courtesan
Katsushika Hoku'un
19th century
33.1689
Portrait of a Zen priest
Japanese
19th century
33.1691
Four Tutelary Deities of Mount Koya
Japanese
16th century
33.1693
Ukiyo-e
Japanese
19th century
33.1730
Vine with Two Pea Pods
Shibata Zeshin
1615-1868
69.9.10
Winter Landscape
Shibata Zeshin
1615-1868
69.9.12
Rooster
Japanese
33.1686
Woman on window seat
Japanese
33.1687
Album painting in fan shape
Suzuki Gako
mid-19th century
92.47.323.10
Album painting in fan shape
Uragami Shunkin
early 19th century
92.47.323.11
Album painting in fan shape
Shinozaki Shochiku
early 19th century
92.47.323.12
Album painting in fan shape
Tsubaki Chinzan
early 19th century
92.47.323.13
Album painting in fan shape
Nukina Kaioku
early 19th century
92.47.323.14
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