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Recent Acquisitions to the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, approximately 2020 - 2021. Many more items are curently being accessioned, photographed, and added to the list of recent acquisitions.

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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Great Fire on Ryokoku Bridge   Kiyochika, Kobayashi   Ink and colors on paper  1881 
Tokyo Dialy Newspaper: Kishida Kinkou   Yoshiiku, Utagawa   Ink and colors on paper  1874 
Spirit of Japan: Shiragi Crossing Anjo   Koto, Okura   Ink and colors on paper  1894-1895 
Long Live Japan: 100 Victories, 100 Laughs - Sino-Japanese War, Defeated General   Kiyochika, Kobayashi   Ink and colors on paper  1894 
Sumo Wrestler Tsurugizan Taniemon   Kuniaki II, Utagawa   Ink and colors on paper  1872 
Meiji Empress and Attendants   Kunichika, Toyohara   ink and colors on paper  1877 
100 Roles of Onoe Baiko: Priest Eimeiin with Iwai Hanshiro as Okoro   Kunichika, Toyohara   Woodblock Print on paper  1893 
24 Paragons of Filial Piety: Dong Yong   Chikanobu, Yoshu   Woodblock Print on paper  1890 
"Flowers of Japan: Flower & Bell" scene from Dojoji noh play   Gekko, Ogata   Woodblock Print on paper  1897 
Horse driven Streetcars in Asakusa, Tokyo Kinryuzan   Eisai, Shigekiyo   Woodblock Print on paper  1882 
Humorous Shadow Pictures for Slide Shows with Ghosts   Otojiro, Morikawa   Woodblock print on paper  1879 
Spirit of Japan/Nihon Tamashii: Captain Sakamoto Shosa, Commander of Battleship Akogi   Koto, Okura   Woodblock print on paper  1895 
Saigō Takamori and Beppu Shinsuke in a battle during the Satsuma Rebellion   TOSHIKAZU   Woodblock print on paper  1877 
Meiji Taiheiki - Vol. 7, Part I and Part II - 2 books   Eitaku, Kobayashi   Woodblock print on paper  1875-1881 
Demons Fleeing from Otafuku   Kyosai, Kawanabe   Ink on paper  1870 

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