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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 1994.48 Katsukawa Shunshō Two Famous Wrestlers 18th century View
AC 1994.49 Katsukawa Shunkō Kabuki Actor in Female Role 18th century View
AC 1994.51 Sori, Hishikawa Young Woman with Baskets 1798 View
AC 1994.60 Kiyonaga, Torii (1752-1815) Three Beautiful Women 1780s View
AC 1994.68 Katsukawa Shuntei (Shōkōsai) Sumo Wrestler 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.73 Utagawa Toyokuni I Kabuki Actor as Courtesan 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.74 Utagawa Toyokuni I Ichikawa Danjuro VII as Takebe Genzo disguised as Araki no Kyee early 1810's View
AC 1994.75 Utagawa Toyokuni I Kabuki Actor 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.77 Utagawa Toyokuni I Kabuki Actor Holding Pipe 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.78 Utagawa Toyokuni I Monkey Trainer 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.79 Utagawa Toyokuni I Kabuki Actor in Dance 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.81 Utagawa Toyokuni I Kabuki Actor in Female Role 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.84 Utagawa Toyokuni I Kajiwara Kagetoki at the battle of Ishibashi Mountain ca. 1810-1820 View
AC 1994.85 Utagawa Toyokuni I Kabuki Actor 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.86 Utagawa Toyokuni I Bando Mitsugoro III as Kobayashi Asahina with a hobby horse 1805 View
AC 1994.88 Katsukawa Shunsen (Katsukawa Shunkō II) Courtesan With Kamuro 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.90 Utagawa Kuniyasu Kabuki Actor Bando Mitsugoro 18th-19th century View
AC 1994.93 Utagawa Toyokuni II Woman Offering Candy to Child ca. 1830 View
AC 1994.96 Keisai Eisen; Moritaya Hanzō, publisher The Syllable 'Ro': The Courtesan Suganoske of The Okamotoya as Nihonbashi ('Ro okamotoyanai suganosuke nihonbashi'), from the series "The Wandering Beauties of Edo" ('Keisei edo hōkaku') Early 1830s View
AC 1994.98 Keisai Eisen; Wakasaya Yoichi, published by Shigeoka from the Okamoto House (Okamotoya uchi Shigeoka) ca. 1820s View

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