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Classifications: Paintings

Classifications: Paintings
Quiet Garden in Spring
Tsuji Kako
ca. 1920 - 1921
2002.2
Nakakuni Delivering an Imperial Request
Tsuji Kako
ca. 1901
2010.41.28
Heron and Willow
Tsuji Kako
ca. 1915
2010.41.36
Green Waves
Tsuji Kako
ca.1910
2010.41.32
Cranes of Immortality
Tsuji Kako
late 1910s
2010.41.80
Waterfowl in Snow
Tsuji Kako
ca.1918
2010.41.23
Hazy Moon through Pine Tree
Tsuji Kako
ca.1913
2010.41.24
Joy in the Garden
Tsuji Kako
1920-1921
2010.41.25
Diamond Gate
Tsuji Kako
1921
2010.41.26
White Heron Castle
Tsuji Kako
ca. 1919
2010.41.27
Thatched Cottage in the Willows
Tsuji Kako
mid 1910s
2010.41.29
Waterfall Deep in the Mountains
Tsuji Kako
1908-9
2010.41.30
Daruma
Tsuji Kako
1907-8
2010.41.37
Changansa Temple
Tsuji Kako
ca. 1921
2010.41.75
Waves and Plovers
Tsuji Kako
ca.1910
2010.41.33.1
Waves and Plovers
Tsuji Kako
ca.1910
2010.41.33.2
Kamo River Bank in the Misty Rain
Tsuji Kako
late 1920s
2010.41.22
Gathering of Chinese Women
Tsuji Kako
ca.1902
2010.41.31
Pine Grove
Tsuji Kako
late 1910s
2010.41.35
Tsuji Kako
late 19th - early 20th century
2010.41.96
Tsuji Kako
2010.41.100
Tsuji Kako
2010.41.109
Tsuji Kako
1907
2010.41.111
Tsuji Kako
late 1910s
2010.41.77
Tsuji Kako
ca. 1910
2010.41.90
Tsuji Kako
1925
2010.41.99.1
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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.