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Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Triptych: Famous Geisha Writing Poetry on the First Day of Spring (from a series of The Four Seasons), 1884, woodblock print. Museum purchase with funds provided by the Asian Arts Council in honor of G. Miriam E. Kinner.
Unknown, Shiva Nataraja, 17th century, bronze. Gift of Mr. George P. Bickford.
Shen Quan, Peacocks, 1745, ink and color on silk. Museum purchase.
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Hongwu, The Myriad Delights of Lake Shi. Album, late 18th century. Eleven leaves, ink and color on silk, and inscribed cherry wood presentation box. Gift of Marilyn and Roy Papp.
Unknown, Incense burner with sculptural handles and cover, Qing dynasty, cloisonné enamel. Museum purchase and gift of Mr. Robert H. Clague.
Paul Sarrut, Sikh Soldier, 1914-1915. Lithograph. The Khanuja Family.
Unknown, Buddha’s Footprint (Buddhapada) (detail), Kandy period, 18th century. Opaque watercolor on cloth. Gift of Barry Fernando MD and Coleene Fernando MD in honor of the Museum’s 50th anniversary.