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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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Kabuki - Sanogawa and Ichikawa

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink and colors on paper
20th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Otani and Arashi

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink and colors on paper
20th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Matsumoto Yonesaburo

Toshusai Sharaku
ink and colors on paper
20th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Ichimura Komazo

Toshusai Sharaku
ink and colors on paper
20th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Ichikawa Komazo

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink and colors on paper
20th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Actor Ichikawa Ebizo

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink and colors on paper
18th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Actor Matsumoto Yonesaburo

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink and colors on paper
18th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Actor Matsumoto Koshiro IV

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink and colors on paper
18th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Actors Segawa Tomisaburo II and Nakamura Manyo

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink and colors on paper
18th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Onayo - Sanokawa Ichimatsu III (Reproduction)

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink and colors on paper
18th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Kabuki - Actor Otani Oniji as Kawashima Jibugoro (Reproduction)

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink and colors on paper
18th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print

Sumo Wrestlers Raiden Tame'emon and Hanachozan (Reproduction)

Toshusai Sharaku
Ink, colors and mica on paper
18th c Japan Edo Era, Japan Print


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