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Results for credit_line:"Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies"

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Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Buddhist Figure
19th century
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2017/2.110.1A

Serizawa Keisuke
Calendar
1962
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2010/2.48.5

Serizawa Keisuke
Calendar
1962
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2010/2.48.8
Black characters on white paper. The paper is mounted on a purple and gold fabric.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Untitled
1970s
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2017/2.112

Serizawa Keisuke
Calendar
1962
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2010/2.48.3

Serizawa Keisuke
Calendar
1962
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2010/2.48.4

Serizawa Keisuke
Calendar
1962
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2010/2.48.7
Black characters on white paper. The paper is mounted on a gold fabric decorated with leaves and branches.
Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Untitled
1970s
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2017/2.111

Serizawa Keisuke
Calendar
1962
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2010/2.48.9

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Buddhist Figure - Flower Backdrop
19th century
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2017/2.110.1C

Japanese (Japanese (culture or style))
Buddhist Figure - Case
19th century
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2017/2.110.1D
This print of a calendar for the month of January, 1964, is dominated by red. Blues and purples round out the composition. Sundays are indicated with red numbers and purple boxes, while the rest of the calendar days sit in red boxes with the numbered date showing as paper through negative space. The year 1963 is printed at top center in a rounded and pointed red rectangular shape. Birds, flowers, and kanji are used to decorate the upper register.
Serizawa Keisuke
Calendar
1962
Transfer from the University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies
2010/2.48.1
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