Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Art

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Actors as Fukashichi and Omiwa from the play "Imoseyama," from an untitled series of half-block images of kabuki scenes
Utagawa Kunisada I (Toyokuni III)
Japanese, 1786-1864
Actors as Fukashichi and Omiwa from the play "Imoseyama," from an untitled series of half-block images of kabuki scenes, 1852
Aigi
Japan
Aigi, 18th century, late Edo period (1789–1868)
A Beginning - C
Kyoko Kumai (Japanese, born 1943)
Japan
A Beginning - C, Heisei period (1989-present), 2001
Actor in riding garb
Utagawa Kunisada I (Toyokuni III)
Japanese, 1786-1864
Actor in riding garb, 1834
(Facsimile?) Black-naped oriole and clematis
Utagawa Hiroshige 歌川 広重
Japanese, 1797-1858
(Facsimile?) Black-naped oriole and clematis, 1840s
A Foreign Camera (Gaikoku shashinkyo no zu)
Utagawa Yoshikazu
Japanese, active c. 1850-70
A Foreign Camera (Gaikoku shashinkyo no zu), 1860
Americans Baking Bread (Amerikajin pan wo yaku zu)
Utagawa Yoshikazu
Japanese, active c. 1850-70
Americans Baking Bread (Amerikajin pan wo yaku zu), 1861
Advancing across the Ansong River at the Battle of Asan (Gazan gekisen Anjo no watashi shingeki no zu)
Kobayashi Kiyochika
Japanese, 1847-1915
Advancing across the Ansong River at the Battle of Asan (Gazan gekisen Anjo no watashi shingeki no zu), 1894
A Poem from the Shin Kokinshu with Design of Shinobugusa Grasses
Hon'ami Koetsu
Japanese, 1558-1637
A Poem from the Shin Kokinshu with Design of Shinobugusa Grasses, 1605/10
"Attus" Amip (Man's Coat)
Ainu
Japan, Hokkaido Island
"Attus" Amip (Man's Coat), late Edo period (1789-1868), c. 1860
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