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2003/1.405.1-4 comprises two sets of four panels of fusuma-e (sliding doors) still in their original frames, with the metal door pulls set into each of the paintings. One side, across all four panels, depicts mandarin ducks and plum trees, by Yokoyama Seiki (1793–1865); and on the reverse is a river landscape by Seiki's pupil, Okajima Seikô (1828–1877).
Yokoyama Seiki and Okajima Seikō;Okajima Seikō
A side: Mandarin ducks and plum trees, by Yokoyama SeikiB side: Lakeside landscape, by Okajima Seikô
1850 – 1865
Gift of Helmut Stern
2003/1.405.1
2003/1.405.1-4 comprises two sets of four panels of fusuma-e (sliding doors) still in their original frames, with the metal door pulls set into each of the paintings. One side, across all four panels, depicts mandarin ducks and plum trees, by Yokoyama Seiki (1793–1865); and on the reverse is a river landscape by Seiki's pupil, Okajima Seikô (1828–1877).
Yokoyama Seiki and Okajima Seikō;Okajima Seikō
A side: Mandarin ducks and plum trees, by Yokoyama SeikiB side: Lakeside landscape, by Okajima Seikô
1850 – 1865
Gift of Helmut Stern
2003/1.405.2
2003/1.405.1-4 comprises two sets of four panels of fusuma-e (sliding doors) still in their original frames, with the metal door pulls set into each of the paintings. One side, across all four panels, depicts mandarin ducks and plum trees, by Yokoyama Seiki (1793–1865); and on the reverse is a river landscape by Seiki's pupil, Okajima Seikô (1828–1877).
Yokoyama Seiki and Okajima Seikō;Okajima Seikō
A side: Mandarin ducks and plum trees, by Yokoyama SeikiB side: Lakeside landscape, by Okajima Seikô
1850 – 1865
Gift of Helmut Stern
2003/1.405.4
2003/1.405.1-4 comprises two sets of four panels of fusuma-e (sliding doors) still in their original frames, with the metal door pulls set into each of the paintings. One side, across all four panels, depicts mandarin ducks and plum trees, by Yokoyama Seiki (1793–1865); and on the reverse is a river landscape by Seiki's pupil, Okajima Seikô (1828–1877).
Yokoyama Seiki and Okajima Seikō;Okajima Seikō
A side: Mandarin ducks and plum trees, by Yokoyama SeikiB side: Lakeside landscape, by Okajima Seikô
1850 – 1865
Gift of Helmut Stern
2003/1.405.3
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
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. J. Robert Willson
1982/2.7.10
Firescreen consists of a rectangular metal frame with glass and metal elements set in rectangular (largely geometric) framing patterns around a central panel of white and purple vertical glass rods. Along the bottom is a border of white, amber, and green glass circular elements in a more naturalistic pattern evoking grapes.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Firescreen from the entrance hall of the Henry O. Havemeyer house, New York
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art
1986.146.10
Photograph of a headless toy doll, with another smaller doll stuck into its leg socket.
Ralph Eugene Meatyard (American (North American))
Untitled
1959 – 1963
Gift of Two Friends of the Museum
1996/2.42
This print has a series of thick black lines arranged vertically in regular intervals, that are stoped at the top by a doubled diagonal line.  At the top center, there is a heart shape, outlined in black and colored in with a bright blue. The whole print, save the blue heart, is a dark hunter green.
Patrick Caulfield (British (modern))
You'll be sick if you spend all your time indoors
1973
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick
2004/2.80.6
This print depicts a wall-mounted coat rack, depicted with black-outlined grey zig-zag bars that connect to three yellow spheres above, and two red spheres below. There is a light grey shape hanging over the center sphere. The background is uniformly colored a peachy-beige. The print is signed and editioned in pencile (l.r.) "Patrick Caulfield AP".
Patrick Caulfield (British (modern))
Thus, she would come, escaped, half-dead to my door
1973
Gift of Jack A. and Noreen Rounick
2004/2.80.11
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