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Charles François Daubigny (French (culture or style))
Le Marais aux Canards
Gift of Carl Fredric Clarke

Léopold Flameng
La Source
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker

Sir Francis Seymour Haden
Amsterdam (A Fragment) ('A Fragment' is underlined)
Gift of Carl Fredric Clarke
A bridge with three arches extends from the left edge towards the right near the center of the image. There are trees behind it and different types of trees cut the right edge of the bridge off from view. Squiggly lines indicate a hill or water along the bottom half.
Camille Pissarro
Gift of the Lannan Foundation in Honor of the Pelham Family
A black and white image of four men: one stands to the left, facing right, while the other three sit on their knees and hold swords in their hands.  A hookah stands to the left.
Shepherd & Robertson (Indian (South Asian))
Gujar Sirdars - Bhurtpore District
1862 – 1863
Gift of Catherine Benkaim and Barbara Timmer

St. Lo Cathedral
Gift of Howard and Margaret Bond

Shepherd & Robertson (Indian (South Asian))
Mohamedans Playing Chess
Gift of Howard and Margaret Bond
This is a print of a man and a woman.  The woman wears a brown robe with white crests on the sleeves.  The man’s robe has bright pink and green flowers on the sleeve.  They are set against a dark plain background.<br />
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Inscriptions: Artist’s signature: Toyokuni ga; Publisher’s seal: To, Horiechō, Ebirin; Censor’s seal: Tori 11 aratame; Takebe Genzō, Kawarazaki Gonjūrō; Nyōbō Tonami, Azuma Ichizō
Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese (culture or style))
Kawarazaki Gonjûrô as Takebe Genzô and Azuma Ichizô as his wife, Tonami
Gift of Dr. James Hayes
Two partially dressed men stand hip-deep in water in front of a waterfall. The edge of the cave is visible on the left. The man on the right is covered in elaborate tatoos and wears a sash around his belly and pads on his shoulders. He carries a sword in his left hand and is ringing a bell with his right. The other man is bowed under the waterfall's spray with his hands clasped in front of him. Another man's elbow is visible on the right.<br /><br />
Inscriptions: To, Enhiko (Publisher's seal); i 3 aratame (Censor's seal); Toyokuni hitsu (Signature)<br />
Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese (culture or style))
Praying for Hits in the Waterfall of Answered Prayers: Nakamura Shikan IV and Bandō Mitsugorō VI
Gift of Pearl Sellards
Three partially clothed men wade in hip-deep water. The back of a fourth man is visible on the left. All are elaborately tatooed over their backs and shoulders. They are in a cave, and the edge of a waterfall can be seen to the left. The man in the back is sprayed by the waterfall while ringing a bell with his left hand. The man in the foreground holds a sword up in his right hand.<br /><br />
This is the right portion of a triptych.<br /><br />
Inscriptions: To, Enhiko (Publisher's seal); i 3 aratame (Censor's seal); Toyokuni hitsu (Signature); Ōatari taigan jōju arigatakitsubo (Title)
Utagawa Kunisada (Japanese (culture or style))
Praying for Hits in the Waterfall of Answered Prayers: Ichimura Uzaemon XIII, Sawamura Tanosuke III, and Sawamura Tosshō II
Gift of Pearl Sellards
The main figure in this print is a man standing in contraposto pose in a generic outdoor setting. His right hand rests on his hip, a guitar is slung across his back, and a piece of cloth is tied around his head. His gaze meets that of the audience. He stands in the center of the composition. To his left is a seated woman with a naked baby in her lap; a sack lays on the ground next to her bare feet. Behind her, a standing boy leans his head backwards in order to drink from the upturned jug he holds. He is shown in profile. All of the depicted people wear simple, loose-fitting and slightly worn-looking costumes. Three-quarters of the background space is comprised of a cloudy sky; a rocky terrain is suggested in the midddle background.<br />
The print is signed in the plate, lower right corner, "éd. Manet."
Édouard Manet (French (culture or style))
Les Gitanos
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser

Tancrède Abraham
Bords de L'Oudon
Gift of Samuel P. Hayes