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On View: Beaker

These two beakers are thought to have been part of a pewter Communion service that once belonged to the First Congregational Church in Jaffr...

Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

    On View: Yoke

    U-shaped objects termed “yokes” by archaeologists are representations in stone of belts worn around a ball player’s hips. ...

     
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    Found 14 Items Tagged "Mt. Fuji"


    Takata Riding Grounds, No. 115 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoView to the North From Asukayama, No. 17 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoSuijin Shrine and Massaki on the Sumida River (Sumidagawa Suijin no Mori Massaki), No. 35 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoView of Konodai and the Tone River, No. 95 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoGrandpas Teahouse, Meguro, No. 84 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoNew Fuji, Meguro, No. 24 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoDyers Quarter, Kanda, No. 75 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoEvening Shower at Nihonbashi Bridge, from Celebrated Places in the Eastern Capital (Toto Meisho)Original Fuji, Meguro, No. 25 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoYatsumi Bridge, No. 45 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoSuwa Bluff, Nippori, No. 15 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoDistant View of Kinryuzan Temple and Azuma Bridge (Azumabashi Kinryuzan Enbo), No. 39 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoView From Massaki of Suijin Shrine, Uchigawa Inlet, and Sekiya, No. 36 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoTravels Looking at Mt. Fuji
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