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585 records were found. Viewing Records 121 to 140
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[AC] Mead Art Museum at Amherst College; [HC] Hampshire College Art Gallery;
[HD] Historic Deerfield; [MH] Mount Holyoke College Art Museum; [MH SK] The Joseph Allen Skinner Museum at Mount Holyoke College; [SC] Smith College Museum of Art; [UM] University Museum of Contemporary Art at UMASS Amherst

ID Number Maker Name/Title Date Made  
AC 1996.200 Haskell, Ernest New Meadows Farms ca. 1923-1924 View
AC 1996.207 Haskell, Ernest New Meadows Farms ca. 1923-1924 View
AC 1997.17 Mazur, Michael After a Chinese Scroll 1997 View
AC 1998.124 Weinman, Adolph Alexander William R. Mead 1910 View
AC 1999.143 Petegorsky, Stephen The Meadows, Northampton, Massachusetts negative 1990; print 1998 View
AC 1999.144 Petegorsky, Stephen The Meadows from Route 91, Northampton, Massachusetts negative 1989; print 1998 View
AC 2000.385.z.1-3 Nitta Seizō; Sawamuraya Seikichi, publisher Scouting the Enemy's Movements on the Ice Near Eikō (Yingkou) ('Eikō fukin hyōtō tekijō teisatsu') ca. 1895 View
AC 2001.21 Filonov, Pavel Nikolaevich The Flight into Egypt (The Refugees) 1918 View
AC 2001.435 Veisberg, Vladimir Five Glasses 1963 View
AC 2001.552 Sooster, Iulo Trees 1967 View
AC 2001.600 Gabo, Naum Vertical Construction No.2 (The Waterfall) 1965-66 View
AC 2001.622.1-.3 Gakyōjin The Great Naval Battle Outside Port Arthur ('Ryojunkō gai daikaisen'), the fourth in a series entitled "Illustrated News from the Russo-Japanese War" ('Nichiro sensō gahō: shiyon') 1904 View
AC 2001.623.1-.3 Kobayashi Kiyochika; Inoue Kichijirō, publisher (active ca. 1904) The Occupation of Liaoyang ('Ryōyō senryō') 1904 View
AC 2001.637.1-.3 Utagawa Kokunimasa; Fukuda Hatsujirō, publisher (ca. 1894–1939) Telegraphic Record of the Russo-Japanese War: On the Ice of Lake Baikal in Russia, a Steam Locomotive and Its Cars Sank, Killing Tens of Officers and Soldiers. Russia's Transport Capacity Was Greatly Damaged. (Nichiro sensō denpō jikki no uchi: Rokoku no Baikaru-ko hyōjō tetsudō kikansha oyobi ressha kosui ni chinbotsu shite shōkō heishi sūjūnin sokushi su Rokoku yusōryoku wa dai shōgai o uketaru mono nari 1904 View
AC 2001.638.1-.3 Gakyōjin The Sinking of a Russian Warship in the Naval Battle of Port Arthur ('Ryojun kaisen rokan no chinbō'), the seventh in a series entitled "Illustrated News from the Russo-Japanese War" ('Nichiro sensō gahō: shishichi') ca. 1904 View
AC 2001.641.1-.3 Utagawa Kokunimasa From the Battery at Mount Ogon, Port Arthur, the Russian forces bombard our warship ('Rohei ryojin ōgonzan hōdai yori waga kanchiku o hōgeki su'), the fifth in a series entitled "Illustrated News from the Japanese Russian War" ('Nichiro sensō gahō: shigo') ca. 1904 View
AC 2001.645.1-.3 Hirose Bihō; Hirose Yoshikuni; Daikokuya Heikichi, publisher Our Forces Advance Fiercely to Attack Port Arthur from the Rear ('Waga gun mōshin shite haimen o kōgeki su') 1904 View
AC 2001.650.1-.3 Kobayashi Kiyochika; Inoue Kichijirō, publisher (1869–1905) The Righteous War to Chastise Russia: Scouts Advancing (Chō-rō gisen teisatsu no shinshin') 1904 View
AC 2001.669 Muirhead, Deborah Nameless 2001 View
AC 2001.676.a-b Brewster, Elise Study of Pews Number 3 2001 View

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