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Japanese hanging scroll depicting the mountain and river view.
Utagawa Sadahide
Scene at Hachiman Hill
1825 – 1875
Gift of Stanford C. Stoddard
2011/2.202
Japanese hanging scroll depicting the view of the old Japanese town and scenery.
Utagawa Sadahide
Scene at Hachiman Hill
1825 – 1875
Gift of Stanford C. Stoddard
2011/2.203
A scene of geese in pond and on sandbars. The geese are congregated in the lower left hand side of the painting, as are most of the reeds growing from the sand bars. Some geese can also be seen flying in the middle of the painting, though they are not as prominent. Five lines of calligraphy are lcoated in the upper right of the painting.
Chang Ku-nien
Geese Landing on Sandbars
1975 – 1999
Gift of Ted and Syauchen Baker
2006/1.142
One of six hanging scrolls in a series depicting the landscape of Ali Mountain, trees and hillside are shown below calligraphic text.  The artist uses alternating wet ink washes for the misty clouds and dry flying-brushes for the large pine trees
Chang Ku-nien
Ali Mountain Based on Sketches - 6
1965
Gift of Ted and Syauchen Baker
2006/1.141

Wang Duo (Chinese (culture or style))
Calligraphy
1620 – 1652
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1974/1.243
Idaten is depicted here, fierce, standing on clouds.  His garments blow in the breeze, and a halo showing his power and godliness encircles his head.
Yamawaki Tōki
The Deva Idaten
1800 – 1839
Gift of Helmut Stern
2003/1.391
Japanese hanging scroll depicting Japanese style buildings and mountain views.
Utagawa Sadahide
Scene at Hachiman Hill
1825 – 1875
Gift of Stanford C. Stoddard
2011/2.201
Bamboo leaves are rising from the bottom left corner of the hanging scroll. There is a signature and two seals in the top left corner of the hanging scroll and another seal in the bottom left corner. There is a green border surrounding the hanging scroll.
Kakutei
Bamboo
1750 – 1785
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1977/2.143
Vertical hanging scroll of calligraphic text consisting of five Chinese characters in black ink, with artist signature and seal.  One of a pair.
Chen Shu-chen
Calligraphy, One of a Pair
1975 – 1999
Gift of Dr. Cheng-Yang and Mrs. Shirley Chang
2006/1.130.2
In this snowy scene a plum tree and rock seem are seen atop a hill.  The elegant, contorted trunk and branches of the tree create a visual arch over the image, framing the rock, snow, and block of calligraphic text below.
Chang Ku-nien, Chen Shu-chen
Plum Blossoms in Snow
1975 – 1999
Gift of Dr. Cheng-Yang and Mrs. Shirley Chang
2006/1.129
Though this painting was not dated, it should be most possibly painted after Chang moved to Michigan in 1974. Perhaps it is because of the cold winter, during this time, Chang created many works on landscape of snow. This is a scene of clearing after snow.
Chang Ku-nien
Jade Mountain, Auspicious Snow
1975 – 1999
Gift of Dr. Cheng-Yang and Mrs. Shirley Chang
2006/1.113
The painting is nearly entirely dominated by mountains, yet nestled among them lie two small buildings. Around these structures and near the placement of the viewer are dark plum trees with spiky branches and pink and white blossoms.
Nakabayashi Chikkei
Plum Blossoms at Tsukigase
1833 – 1866
Museum purchase made possible by a gift from Helmut Stern
1987/1.362
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