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A hanging scroll painting of bamboo.
Kobayashi Kanrin
1972 – 1975
Gift of Stuart Katz
A silk hanging scroll with images of members of a pantheon of gods.
Tibetan (Tibetan (culture or style))
Tibetan Thangka Hanging Scroll
Gift of the Estate of Anne L. McGrew
Brown and gold colored cloth background with an image of a landscape of a mountain and trees.
Okada Beisanjin
Landscape with Mountains and Bridge
1867 – 1932
Gift of the Estate of Betty I. Monroe, PhD
A plump sparrow is perching on a bamboo branch, which is bending from the main branch on the left side of the painting. The bamboo has young and mature leaves. The background is left as blank. The mounting is made of creamy silk brocade with blue green silk brocade strips. Brown brocade pieces are pasted on the top and the bottom of the mounting. There is a seal in red ink on the left corner. Wrinkles on the top and right lower side of the bid; some smaller worm holes and one large hole underneath the bird, but all repaired.
Kanō Gyokuraku
Sparrow on a Bamboo Branch
1550 – 1599
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund

Zhang Daqian (Chang Ta-ch'ien)
Mountain Landscape after Hongren
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
A landscape of mountains depicted from the gaoyuan (high distance) perspective (looking up toward the top of the mountain from the bottom).
Wen Zhengming
Mountain Landscape
1512 – 1522
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
On this hanging scroll, there is a single stem of bamboo, it's darker at the bottom and then fades as it reaches the top. Surrounding the stem are a few leaves. The border of the paper is solid brown. To the bottom left of the stem is a signature and seal of the artist.
Hanabusa Itchō
1700 – 1732
Gift of Mr. Max Loehr
Starting at the top of the painting, there are mountains, some parts hidden behind mist. Going further down, there are many trees that lead to the edge of a river. Over one part of the river id a bridge. In the upper right corner of the painting, there is an inscription and two seals. The painting has a gold border.
Aoki Shukuya (Japanese (culture or style))
1760 – 1802
Gift of Mr. Harry Packard
This is a vertical format painting surrounded by green and gold fabric. It is painted in tones of black with some areas of pink and blue color. It depicts a landscape scene with a cluster of small houses nestled in a craggy mountainous area. There is a river that runs through the landscape with two figures crossing a small footbridge. Other figures are shown in the open area of the village. The trees and vegetation are painted with short abbreviated brushstriokes.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Mist Clearing Over a Mountain Village, formerly attributed to Hasegawa Nobuharu (Shinshun; later, Tôhaku)
1567 – 1632
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
Inscriptions of the artist: (At right:) A portrait of Mr. Zeng Pozhen … Copied by Shi Qu in the spring of 1797. (At left:) Mr. Zeng Pozhen was a superb realistic portrait painter … Two seals of the artistColophon, signature, and seal of Fei Danxu (1802–1850), dated 1848
Shi Qu (Shin Ch'ü)
Portrait of Zeng Jing (Tseng Ching,1564-1647)
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund

Mountain landscape with waterfall (one of a set of four hanging scrolls)
Gift of Jiu-Hwa Lo Upshur in honor of her mother Mrs. Wei-Djen Djang Lo
There are mountains lined with trees and houses; as you go further, they become smaller. There is a single tree that dominates the left side of the hanging scroll, blocking houses behind it. It stands upon one of the hills that line the coast of a river. There is an inscription in the top left of the hanging scroll as well as a signature and stamp in the top and bottom left of the scroll.
Yamaoka Geppō
Blue and Green Landscape, with inscription by Murase Kôtei
1767 – 1832
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
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