Collections: Items Tagged "bijinga"

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On View: Wild Man Mask

This mask represents Bak’was, a malevolent, ghostly spirit and the keeper of drowned souls in Kwakwaka&rsq...

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: Armchair

    These two mahogany chairs—from Mexico and Pennsylvania, respectively—are indebted to the same design source, the Rococo furnitur...

     
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    Found 40 Items Tagged "bijinga"


    Cotton-Goods Lane, Odenma-cho, No. 7 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoKyosai Kadan Nihen (Pictorial Accounts of Kyosai), Part II, Volume 3Yoshikado Visiting the Old temple at SomaYoung Samurai and Female Attendants Practicing Archery, Half of a DiptychKakinomoto no Hitomaro [missing title cartouche: Children Parody the Six Immortal Poets (Tosei Kodomo Rokkasen)]New Years Day at the Ogiya Brothel, YoshiwaraNew Years Parade of the Beauties of the Green HousesYoung Girl Crossing a Bridge after Snow: Calendar Year of the Second Year of MeiwaThe Vain DisguiseHashira-eThe Courtesan Katsuyama of the Yotsumeya Teahouse, from Contemporary Customs of the YoshiwaraA Girl About to Despatch a LetterThe Courtesan Hanamoto of the Ebiya Tea HouseMaple Leaf ViewingPage from the Series Hanagata Wakana no Hatsu Moyo (Models for Fashion: New Design as Fresh as Young Leaves)A View of Blossoms on the Bank of the SumidaBeauty Holding a Goldfish BowlBust Portrait of a Courtesan
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