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In recent years, an endowment from the parents of Yoshiko Aoki (’94) has allowed the gallery to acquire Japanese prints for teaching purposes. Over 1400 works have been added, by artists such as Chikanobu, Kogyo, Kunisada, Kuniyoshi, and Yoshitoshi. These works are regularly shown in exhibitions on campus and are viewed in a seminar on Japanese prints regularly taught by Professor Bruce Coats.

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Title Artist Medium & Support Creation Date
Cactus Garden in Riverside (CA)   Unichi, HIRATSUKA   Ink on paper  1983 
Temple Roofs   Unichi, HIRATSUKA   Ink on paper  1938 
Kabuki Actor - JITSUKAWA Enjaku   Unknown, Asia   Watercolor on paper  ca. 1960s 
Noh Play Booklet: Funa Benkei   Unknown, Asia   Ink on paper  1941 
Commemoration of the Air Defense Practice   Unknown, Asia   ink and colors on paper  c. 1928 
Commemoration of the Air Defense Practice   Unknown, Asia   ink and colors on paper  c. 1928 
Commemoration of the Air Defense Practice   Unknown, Asia   ink and colors on paper  c. 1928 
Commemoration of the Air Defense Practice   Unknown, Asia   ink and colors on paper  c. 1928 
Tennis Players   Wada, Sanzo   ink on paper  1939 
PIcture Story Teller   Wada, Sanzo   Ink on paper  1939 
No. 3, Idea   Wakabayashi, Noriko   Ink on paper  1979 
No. 9, Leap   Wakabayashi, Noriko   Ink on paper  1979 
Dancer as Okame   Yamakawa, Shuho   Ink on paper  1930s 
Demon Gold   YAMANAKA, Kodo   ink and colors on paper  1921 
Hokuryo   Yoshida, Hiroshi   Ink on Paper  1937 
Red Abstract   Yoshida, Hodaka   Ink on paper  Ca. 1960s 
Autumn in Hakone Museum   Yoshida, Toshi   Ink and colors on paper  1954 
Morning of New Year's Day in Ginza   Yoshida, Toshi   Ink and colors on paper  1958 

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