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Classifications: Paintings

Classifications: Paintings
Oni no Gyozui (Oni, a Devil, Bathing)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.247
Daikoku, God of Happiness
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.250
Sakenomi Yakko (The Drunkard)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.252
Neko to Nezumi (Cat and Rat)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.253
Tenjin (Sugawara Michizane Enthroned as Deity)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.254
Kitsune Onna (The Fox Girl)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.255
Tametomo, a Famous Medieval Warrior
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.256
Benkei, the Priest Warrior
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.257
Thunder God Retrieving His Drum
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.259
Ebisu, God of Good Luck on the Waters
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.260
Sake Nomi-zaru (The Drinking Monkey)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.261
Tora (Tiger)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.264
Rooster and Family
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.265
Fox and Horse
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.267
Shimme (Sacred Horse)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.268
Ikebana (Flower Arrangement)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.269
Hato to Momo (Two Doves on Peach Bough)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.271
Sumiyoshi Odori (Sumiyoshi Dance)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.273
Hana Uri Musume (Flower Seller)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.274
Takajo (The Falconer)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.275
Fuji Musume (Wisteria Maiden)
Otsu-e School
17th century
49.272
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.