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A six panel folding screen depicting pairs of carp on each of the lower portions of each panel, and lotus blossoms.
Korean (Korean (culture or style))
Lotus and Carp
19th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Director's Acquisition Committee, 2014
2014/2.202
Ten-panel screen depicting similar mountain scenes over changing seasons. A spring scene begins on the right, gradually changing over the ten images to winter on the left. In an upper corner of each scene is a corresponding seasonal poetic inscription. These images are created using ink and color on paper, which was mounted on the upper two-thirds of each panel of the screen.<br />
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Artist Yi Sangbeom has chosen a traditional theme, &ldquo;Eight Views of Xiao and Xiang Rivers (瀟湘八 景圖),&rdquo; but this painting is infused with a Korean mood by his unique expression and brush strokes. This ten-panel folding screen depicts various landscapes in each of the four seasons (四季山水圖): panels 1 to 3 depict spring landscapes; panels 4 and 5 summer; panels 6 to 8 autumn; and panels 9 and 10 winter. The title (畵題) of each panel is written on its upper corner. Beginning from the first panel on the far right, the titles are as follows: &ldquo;The Joy of Fishing on a Spring River (春江漁樂),&rdquo; &ldquo;Spring Haze in t
Yi Sang-Beom
Landscape of the Seasons
1943
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Seong H. Chi
2007/2.10
This high-contrast photograph of a nude woman reclining on a bed is taken from a low angle. Her legs appear larger than her torso, which extends into the background. A painting and ornate screen room divider are visible in the interior space behind her.
Bill Brandt (British (modern))
Campden Hill, London
1955
Gift of Two Friends of the Museum
1993/1.42
In this print, a woman in a patterned blue robe with white seals holds a black sash in both hands.  She looks over her left shoulder.  Behind her, a white and blue cloth is tied to the lattice on a wall.  A cylindrical lantern sits on the floor.<br />
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Inscriptions: Artist’s signature: Toyokuni ga; Publisher’s seal: Akasaka Kichi; Censor’s seals: Ne 3, Mera, Watanabe; Mondo tsuma Oyasu
Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) (Japanese (culture or style))
Onoe Kikujirô II as Mondo's Wife, Oyasu; from Sumidagawa tsui no kagamon
1852
Gift of Herbert Barrows
2000/2.286
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