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An image of three older women and two young girls standing together outside of a building. The woman to the left wears a plain kimono of black stripes and a green obi. The two women in the center wear layered kimono of orange shades, with the woman on the right wearing star burst designs and the woman on the left wearing a fan and flower design. The two young girls also wear kimono of orange and a different style of star burst pattern. In the background is a scene of trees and a pond.
Utagawa Toyokuni I (Japanese (culture or style))
Courtesan and her retinue on an outing (part of triptych)
1780
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1948/1.173
Embroidery on a plain cotton fabric (khaddar). Red-orange khaddar with neon orange, green, white and red accents which make up the bagh tara (four-part flower) design.
Indian (Indian (South Asian))
Phulkari Shawl with Stylized Bagh Tara (four-part flower) Designs
1900 – 1949
Anonymous gift in honor of Karuna and Brijen Goswamy
2005/2.11
Both Shen Meisou and Zhu Zumou had been scholar-official for the late Qing government. What Zhu Zumou inscribed is a colophon he wrote for his brother’s painting; Shen Meisou inscribed in standard script (Kaishu) on the other side of the fan two poems his friend had come across. <br />
Shen Meisou;Zhu Zumou (Chu Tsu-mou)
Calligraphy on Folding Fan
1919 – 1920
Museum Purchase made possible by the Richard K. Beardsley Memorial Fund, supplemented by the Friends of the Museum of Art
1980/1.233
Light mauve silk with appliqued Saga brocade patches of gold fans with calligraphic poetry on them.  The calligraphy has been brushed on paper with gold flecks (sunago). which is the weft of the Saga brocade; brown silk thread is the warp.  Partially backed with a different silk, a taupe with deliberately knotted weft; reamainder backed with plain-weave taupe silk.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Saga brocade obi with woven designs of poetry-inscribed fans
1940 – 1950
Gift of Howard and Patricia Yamaguchi
2005/1.335
Silk crepe with yûzen (painted) and surihaku (gold foil) designs and appliquéd patches of Saga brocade, all in hexagonal shapes to match the damask weave of the ground cloth.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Light blue crested kimono with woven hexagonal pattern, enhanced by painted and gilded designs and appliquéd Saga brocade.
1970s
Gift of Howard and Patricia Yamaguchi
2005/1.391
Dark green with multiple types of stripes in off-white.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Tie
20th century
Gift of Howard and Patricia Yamaguchi
2013/2.472
This drawing is a costume design on an off-white background. The costume has a fitted bodice, very short skirt, and short sleeves. The hems of the sleeves and skirt are scalloped. It is light blue with dark polka dots except for the sleeves, which are white. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Coppelia' by Delibes: Automat
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.219

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
One of Twenty-seven Panels, each with various pieces of textile
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design
1972/2.45.7
This color drawing for a costume design shows a dirndl dress with a white blouse underneath and a full, tea-length skirt. The dress is blue but for a white stripe that bisects it vertically, runs around the hem and becomes three stripes at the bottom left.
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for "Coppelia" by Delibes: Swanilda
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.218
This costume design consists of a red dirndl dress with white sleeves. There is a yellow band along the square neckline in yellow, with white and black bands along the hem. A white squiggly line bisects the dress vertically. 
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Coppelia' by Delibes: Bauernmädchen
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.222
This is a drawing of a costume design on an off-white background. A faceless outline of a standing male figure without hands or feet, dressed in pale yellow and knee-length pants with brown trim; he wears a tight-fitting v-neck blue shirt, and a dark brown jacket with off-white lapels.
Georg Kirsta (Russian (culture or style))
Costume for 'Coppelia' by Delibes: Franz
1929
Museum Purchase
1948/1.225
White neckband of leno weave in a stripe.  Silk leno crepe with twill design of fans among waves.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Pale aqua silk underkimono with woven designs of fans scattered among waves
1950 – 1999
Gift of Howard and Patricia Yamaguchi
2005/1.396
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