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Snow falls during a night scene in Ueno Park, located in the Tokyo area. Weary, snow-heavy travelers trek through the scene. One may be heading into a shop to have something warm to eat, while the other heads towards a small bridge and a red torii gate topped with snow. A pine tree arches in from the left corner and arches over the scene, framing the park against the gray, snow-dotted sky.
Takahashi Hiroaki
Snow Scene in Ueno Park
Gift of Professor Rose Vainstein
The scene shows a group of buildings with white colored rooftops. Two buildings rise up in the foreground on the right and left. The right building has a red side with vertical lines hashed into it. The left building has two white triangles on its roof. In the middle ground is a smaller building with a green-domed tower rising up the middle of the composition. A small red figure stands on the white ground to the right of this tower. The background shows the large white rooftop of another building, with small dark rooflines of buildings visible behind it.
Saitō Kiyoshi
Nostalgia (Boston)
Gift of the artist
At the center of the painting, there is a red barn surrounded by snow covered ground. There are large trees on both sides of the barn, and a yellow house in the background. 
Jean Paul Slusser (American (North American))
Barn in Snow
1924 – 1960
Gift of Robert and Elizabeth Slusser
A native of Sakamoto in Fukushima Prefecture, the artist here depicts his far northern hometown with the snow-covered imagery to present a view of traditional Japan in a innovative and modern way.<br />
Saitō Kiyoshi
Gasshôzukuri Farmhouses in Snow
1953 – 1963
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Honer
A metal navigation marker in an icy landscape.
Minor White (American (North American))
Navigation Markers
1970 – 1975
Museum Purchase
This photograph depicts a snow-covered oak tree in a clearing during a winter snowstorm.
Ansel Adams (American (North American))
Oak Tree, Snowstorm, Yosemite National Park, California
Gift of Harry H. Lunn, Jr.
The print depicts a figure in black walking in the snow with an umbrella. The snow covers the road, the well and the trees. Inscriptions of two poems appear on the upper right-hand corner, and the artist's signature can be found on the bottom edge of the print.
Katsushika Hokusai [DELETE]
Surimono: The Lover in the Snow
1817 – 1849
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
This photograph depicts a snowy field during a blizzard. In the center of the frame stands a lone snow-laden tree past which a large dog runs.
Garry Winogrand (American (North American))
New York City
Gift of Stanley T. Lesser, A.B. 1951, J.D. 1953
A snow scene of the canal. Snow covers the house roofs, the boat shelters, and the trees. Three travelers in blue robes are walking in the snow, two of them are carrying umbrellas.
Andō Hiroshige (Japanese (culture or style))
Edo Meisho: Ochanomizu
1848 – 1858
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
The large character for snow in block script is juxtaposed with lines of smaller characters in running script. The large character is drawn with unhurried, thick, even strokes in dense, unbroken black ink with blunt contours, while the smaller characters are brushed rapidly, with strokes of varying thickness, a pronounced diagonal tilt, and sharp edges.
Muan Xingtao (aka (J.
Snow: calligraphy scroll
1655 – 1675
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
Night scene of bridges over the lake leading to the temple complex. The snow falls down from the sky and covers the bridges, roofs, and trees. There are several travelers walking with parasols.
Andō Hiroshige (Japanese (culture or style))
Edo Meisho: View of the Kameido Temple in Snow, Tokyo
1848 – 1858
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Noyes L. Avery, Jr.
A village by a lake is shown in the snow. Several travelers are walking in the streets. The snow is steadily fallling and covers their hats, the roofs of the houses, the trees and the mountains. The title is in the upper right corner in a red box.
Andō Hiroshige (Japanese (culture or style))
The Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido (Tate-e Edition): #38 Fujikawa
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
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