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This is a painting of two blue hydrangea flowers. Painted to the center-right, the flowers use a combination of blue, green, and black. To the left of the flowers is an inscription in black ink followed by a stamp in red ink. 
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Hydrangea, from a collaborative album of 11 pages
1918 – 1928
This is a painting of a wheat sheaf. The subject is tilted in the middle of the page, extending almost to the bottom left and upper right corners. On the bottom left are two vertical inscriptions written in black. The outermost one is shorter yet written larger and is followed by a red stamp inscription. Directly to the right and starting higher on the page is a second longer yet smaller written inscription.  
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Wheat sheaf, from a collaborative album of 11 pages
1918 – 1928
On this page is a simply painted rabbit accompanied by 5 lines of inscriptions. The rabbit has black ears and appears to be sitting on a black platform of some sort. The rabbit is off-center to the left. To the right of the rabbit are three vertical lines of writing and to the left are two vertical lines of writing. Following the last inscription on the far left side is a stamp in red. The lines go in descending order-- the top right starting from the highest point until the last line on the left starts closest to the bottom of the page.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Rabbit, from a collaborative album of 11 pages
1918 – 1928
This is a sketch of two people pulling a string. The two figures are wearing hats, black shirts, and white pants. Tied to their bodies is are strings that suggest that they are pulling something. In the bottom left is a part of a bamboo tree and on the top right is an inscription. The inscription is written in black and red ink. The painting uses colors of black, green, brown/tan, and a hint of blue. 
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Album of 11 Sketches ( collaborative work by multiple artists): hauling a boat
1918 – 1928
This painting depicts a "hobbyhorse" with a detailed head and long stick for a body, intended for play. The horse has four colors, blue, black, pink, and red. The horse looks off to the left of the page and is wearing what appears to be wearing a mouth bit and a cloth around its neck. To the right is the artist's signature written vertically in black with a red stamp directly following it.  
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Hobbyhorse, from a collaborative album of 11 pages
1918 – 1928
This is a painting of a morning glory. The subject is predominantly in the center-right of the paper and uses colors of blue, yellow, green, brown, and black. The flower is held up by a stick structure. To the right of the plant is a stamp in red and on the left is a vertical inscription in black which also has two stamps in red immediately following.
Kubota Kinsen
Morning Glory, from a collaborative album of 11 pages
1918 – 1928
This sketch depicts a lake, trees, a boat, and a man. Directly in main view in the center is a collection of about four trees directly on the coast of a large lake. As we move forward into the body of water, we see a boat and a man. Slightly toward the upper left of the page, a boat with a large sail appears to be moving left and a man in the boat also faces in the same direction. Beyond the boat is a collection of dark clouds. To the right is a two-line vertical inscription written in black ink. In the line closer to the center of the page is a red stamp following the inscription. Red, orange, and black are used in this painting. 
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Lakeside in Autumn Evening, from a collaborative album of 11 pages
1918 – 1928
Painted in black, blue, brown, red, and brown pigments, the painting depicts a natural scene of a dragonfly and lotus leaves. The lotus leaves are towards the bottom third of the page and reach up with branches toward the dragonfly located in the upper third slightly right from the center. To the right is a four-lined vertical inscription. 
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Dragonfly and lotus leaves, from a collaborative album of 11 pages
1918 – 1928
This is a painting in black ink depicting a single figure in the middle. The figure appears to be a Noh performer wearing Noh performance clothing and sitting in front of sliding doors with trees painted on them (the set). The Noh performer sits behind what appears to be a reading stand and has their mouth open to give the impression of recitation. There is a signature on the right lower side of the figure and has two red stamps. On the opposite side of the individual is a cup. 
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Noh chanter, from a collaborative album of 11 pages
1918 – 1928
The painting depicts several daylily flowers in pale yellow leaning over to the left with their long, dark green leaves curled toward the ground. An inscription runs three lines along the right side of the painting. <br /><br />
This work is a pair of album leaves with 1996/2.28.
Jin Nong
1754 – 1756
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Charles C.S. Ling, in memory of Vee Ling Edwards
A group of fishermen and families sit in reeds, resting, playing, drinking, eating, and chatting. Birds fly in the backgrounf, and the reeds bend under the wind. At top center is calligraphic text.
Qian Gong
The Happy Life of Fishermen
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund