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Photograph of a town showing houses and an agricultural landscape, as well as some inhabitants.
André Kertész (American (North American))
Budafok
1919
Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Edward M. Strauss
1985/1.125.10

Jean Paul Slusser (American (North American))
Los Angeles Landscape
1949 – 1959
From the Collection of Jean Paul Slusser, Gift of Robert and Elizabeth Slusser
1981/2.120
This print shows a corner of the interior of a theater. A small part of the stage is visible, and two performers stand on the stage. To the left, engulfing the view of the stage, the balconies wind from the lower right to the upper left and fill the top third of the print. The audience is portrayed as dark strokes of seated figures that are not detailed or well defined. The audience sits in darkness.
Oda Kazuma
In the Imperial Theater (Teigeki nite)
1920
Gift of the artist, through Mr. and Mrs. Yoshito Yamamoto
1950/2.3
In thick, sketchy lines, this print portrays a scene in which one figure leans against a wall on the left, and a crowd of people look over a balcony on the right. The top half of the composition is taken up mostly by a ceiling with two lamps with bare bulbs hanging from it.
Oda Kazuma
Interior of a Cinema Theater (Katsudo Shashinkan Naibu)
1920
Gift of the artist, through Mr. and Mrs. Yoshito Yamamoto
1950/2.5
This print shows a seated audience at a theater. The three most visible figures wear kimono, the obi tied in the back, and kneel overlooking a balcony above the stage. The figures in the foreground are more clearly defined, the outlines of the figures in the background blend into one another to create a dark undefined area.
Oda Kazuma
Theater Going (Kangeki)
1920
Gift of the artist, through Mr. and Mrs. Yoshito Yamamoto
1950/2.4
This photograph depicts a woman walking into her home in a rural village after hanging laundry to dry on a clothesline. 
Francis Bedford (British (modern))
Clovelly, North Hill
early 1850s - early 1890s
Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Hartsook through the Friends of the Museum of Art
1971/2.128
In this strongly vertical composition, a street crowded with groups of people and individuals—all rendered in silhouette and casting long shadows—recedes into space, seen from above. The street is lined with two- and, at most, four-story buildings on both sides. A hilly landscape rises behind the buildings, and a stormy-looking sky occupies the top portion of the image. In the right foreground, a woman is seen from the back as she stands on a small balcony looking down the street at a procession underway. The procession follows a banner depicting a saint, and proceeds towards the viewer. Some of the people in the street wear pointed hoods over their heads.<br />
The image is covered with diagonal slash marks. The print shows incredibly rich textural effects as a result of intense drypoint scraping, extensive biting in the darkest areas, and printing on very thick wove paper. <br />
Signed in the plate, l.l., recto, "Bone / 19[?]5"
Sir Muirhead Bone (British (modern))
A Spanish Good Friday
1925
Gift of Dr. Thomas DeKornfeld
1985/2.15
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