October 15 Invitation Image Credits

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Seated Buddha—Abhaya Mudra
    Seated Buddha—Abhaya Mudra

    Sopheap Pich

    Sopheap Pich. Born Cambodia, 1971. Seated Buddha—Abhaya Mudra. 2012. Bamboo, rattan, wire, plywood. Sculpture: 691/2 x 70 x 351/2 in.; 176.54 x 177.80 x 90.16 cm Pedestal: 31 x 87 x 45 in.; 78.73 x 220.98 x 114.30 cm. Purchased with the Dorothy C. Miller, class of 1925, Fund. SC 2013:3a,b 

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Solitary Monastery in Mountains
    Solitary Monastery in Mountains

    Yao Zhengyong

    Yao Zhenyong. Chinese, 1811–c. 1883. Solitary Monastery in Mountains. Qing dynasty, c. 1860. Fan painting: ink and color on silk Sheet: 133/8 x 161/4 in.; 33.97 x 41.27 cm; image: 97⁄8 x 913/16 in.; 25.08 x 24.92 cm. Gift of William S. T. Chang. SC 1947:12-3

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Mistress and Confidante Seated on Carpet in Courtyard
    Mistress and Confidante Seated on Carpet in Courtyard

    Unknown artist

    Mistress and Confidante Seated on Carpet in Courtyard. Rajasthan (probably Bikaner), India. c. late 18th century. Opaque water base colors and gold on paper Sheet: 171/16 x 105/8 in.; 43.33 x 26.98 cm. Bequest of John Kenneth Galbraith. SC 2007:4–5

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Korean style Hearth and Kettle (Chosen-buro), with ceramic plate
    Korean style Hearth and Kettle (Chosen-buro), with ceramic plate

    Nagoshi Jomi; Onishi Jogen

    Nagoshi Jomi; Onishi Jogen. Japanese (Nagoshi Jomi fl. 1751- 1764), (Onishi Jogen 1720 - 1783). Korean style Hearth and Kettle (Chosen-buro), with ceramic plate. 1751 - 1764. Container; cast iron and polished bronze. Overall: 13 3/4 in x 12 1/4 in diameter; 34.925 cm x 31.115 cm. Gift of Peggy Block Danziger, class of 1962, and Richard M. Danziger. SC 2008:17-4a,b,c,d

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Buzkashi from the series Musharaff
    Buzkashi, from the series Musharaff

    Saira Wasim

    Saira Wasim. Born Pakistan, 1975. Buzkashi, from the series Musharaff. 2003–2004. Graphite, gouache, and gold on wasli paper Sheet: 11 x 7 in.; 27.94 x 17.78 cm; image: 10 x 61/2 in.; 25.40 x 16.51 cm. Purchased with the Josephine A. Stein, class of 1927, Fund in honor of the class of 1927. SC 2004:25

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Shrimp
    Shrimp

    Qi Baishi

    Qi Baishi. Chinese, 1864–1957. Shrimp. 1940s. Hanging scroll: ink on paper Scroll: 763/4 x 181/2 in.; 194.94 x 46.99 cm; image: 26 x 131/2 in.; 66.04 x 34.29 cm. Gift of Helen W. White. SC 2012:8-1

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Internet Dweller: btjm.twelve.jhgd
    Internet Dweller: btjm.twelve.jhgd

    Nam June Paik

    Nam June Paik. Korean, 1932–2006. Internet Dweller: btjm.twelve.jhgd. 1997. Two vintage television cabinets, three KEC nine-inch televisions (model 9BND), two clocks, circuit boards, fabric, electric light fixture © Nam June Paik. Overall: 47 x 41 x 28 in.; 119.38 x 104.14 x 71.12 cm. Purchased with the Janet Wright Ketcham, class of 1953, Fund and the Beatrice Oenslager Chace, class of 1928, Fund. SC 1998:18. 

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Fireworks at Ryogoku, from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo
    Fireworks at Ryogoku, from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

    Utagawa Hiroshige

    Utagawa Hiroshige. Japanese, 1797–1858. Fireworks at Ryogoku, from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo. Edo period, 1858. Woodblock print in color on paper Sheet: 135/8 x 91/4 in.; 34.60 x 23.49 cm. Purchased with the Winthrop Hillyer Fund. SC 1915:10-13

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Creation
    Creation

    Xu Bing

    Xu Bing. Born China, 1955. Creation. 1983. Woodcut printed in black on paper Sheet: 263/4 x 351/4 in.; 67.94 x 89.53 cm. Gift of Joan Lebold Cohen, class of 1954, and Jerome A. Cohen in memory of Enid Silver Winslow, class of 1954. SC 2003:40-2

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Writing Box with Motif of Yatsuhashi
    Writing Box with Motif of Yatsuhashi

    Kajikawa Bunryusai II

    Kajikawa Bunryusai II. Japanese, active early 19th century. Writing box with motif of Yatsuhashi. Edo period. Black and gold lacquer with lead inlay 21/8 x 93/4 x 83/4 in.; 5.39 x 24.76 x 22.22 cm. Gift of Joan Lebold Cohen, class of 1954, in honor of Jerome Alan Cohen. SC 2002: 33a–d

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Shape of the Stars (Platinum Yūri-kinsai Vessel)
    Shape of the Stars (Platinum Yūri-kinsai Vessel)

    Ono Hakuko

    Ono Hakuko. Japanese, 1915–1996. Shape of the Stars (PlatinumYūri-kinsai Vessel). 1982. Porcelain, platinum leaf, glaze Height: 131/2 in.; 34.29 cm; diameter: 14 in.; 35.56 cm. Anonymous gift in honor of a member of the class of 1965. SC 2009:28-23

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Chinese Shan-shui Tattoo
    Chinese Shan-shui Tattoo

    Huang Yan

    Huang Yan. Born China, 1966. Chinese Shan-shui Tattoo. 1999. Fourteen C-prints Each: 471/4 x 59 in.; 120.01 x 149.86 cm. Gift of Ethan Cohen in honor of Joan Lebold Cohen, class of 1954, and Jerome A. Cohen. SC 2012:54–1

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Peach Bloom Vase
    Peach Bloom Vase

    Unknown artist

    Peach Bloom Vase. Qing dynasty (1644—1911), Kangxi mark and reign (1662–1722). Porcelain with red and pale green glazes Height: 71/2 in.; 19.05 cm; diameter: 31/2 in.; 8.89 cm. Gift of Arthur Svihla in memory of his wife, Ruth Isobel Dowell, class of 1920. SC 1977:1

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Onchi Koshiro
    Onchi Koshiro

    Sekino Jun'ichiro

    Sekino Jun’ichiro. Japanese, 1914–1988. Onchi Koshiro. 1952. Woodblock printed in color on paper Sheet: 26 x 21 in.; 66.04 x 53.34 cm. Gift of Lucio and Joan Noto. SC 2012:56–8

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We Are Here II
    We are Here II

    Chunwoo Nam

    Chunwoo Nam. Born South Korea, 1965. We are Here II. 2011. Lithograph and etching with gold leaf on Somerset paper, 2/20 147⁄8 x 225/16 in.; 37.78 x 56.67 cm. Printed by Mark Patsfall with the assistance of Emily Sites. Published by Clay Street Press, Cincinnati, Ohio. Purchased with the gift of Wan Kyun Rha Kim, class of 1960, and Andrew Byong Soo Kim. SC 2011:61–2

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The Miraculous Origins of Hachiman (Hachiman no honji)
    The Miraculous Origins of Hachiman (Hachiman no honji)

    Style of Sumiyoshi Jokei

    Style of Sumiyoshi Jokei. Japanese, 1599–1690. The Miraculous Origins of Hachiman(Hachiman no honji). Edo period (1615–1868), 17th century. Pair of handscrolls: ink, colors, gold leaf, and gold and silver printing on paper 26–1: 177⁄8 x 501 in.; 45.40 x 1272.54 cm 26-2: 127⁄8 x 513 in.; 32.70 x 1303.02 cm. Gift of Ann and Lucien H. Case (Ann Hargett, class of 1954). SC 2003:26–1, SC 2003: 26-2

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