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David Lucas
Sunrise in a Mist
1802 – 1881
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.131

Henri Meunier
Testament of Baron-Jean
1898
Donated by Ingrid Hendrickx
1981/2.80
The shadow from the rising sun is cast over three doors. Each door is painted bright blue and the wall is yellow.
Emilio Sanchez
Madrugada/Sunrise
1974
Gift of the Emilio Sanchez Foundation
2011/2.120
Two geisha (itinerant musicians) are shown strolling in the countryside, with the roof of Benten Shintô shrine in the distance. The backdrop is the rising sun—the give-away that this is a New Year’s print—seen over distant mountains and a calm bay. One woman stoops to empty the ashes from her pipe, while the other draws her kimono closely about her. A poem lies just above the rising sun in the top left register of the morning sky.
Katsushika Hokusai
Sunrise at Benten Shrine, Suzaki Cape
early 19th century
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1954/1.471
Photograph of boats in the middle of a calm body of water.
Joel Meyerowitz (American (North American))
Bay Sky
1989
Gift of Thomas Wilson '79 and Jill Garling '80
2012/2.118
A geisha is shown strolling in the countryside, with her right hand over her forehead--as if looking into the distance--and a basket in her left hand. The backdrop is the rising sun-the give-away that this is a New Year’s print—seen over distant mountains. A poem lies on the left-hand side of the print.
Katsushika Hokusai
Sunrise at Susaki Point (New Year's Print)
early 19th century
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1954/1.472
This six-fold screen, a half of a pair, is meant to represent six of the twelve months of the year, with keen attention paid to the birds and flowers associated with each. Although this screen bears Kano Tan’yu’s signature, it was probably created by his studio or by followers working in this famous artist’s style.
One of a pair of six-fold screens
19th century
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1965/1.178
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