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8 artworks found

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instance of: woodcut print (3) | kakemono (2) | painting (2) | handscroll (1) | woodblock print (1)

genre: ukiyo-e (3) | Bijinga (2) | nishiki-e (1) | religious art (1) | Meisho-e (1) | mythological painting (1)

based on: Ezekiel (1)

artist: Kitagawa Utamaro (2) | Soga Shōhaku (2) | William Blake (1) | Hiroshige (1) | Chen Rong (1) | anonymous (1)

part of the series: Famous Views of the 60-odd Provinces (1) | 婦女人相十品 (1)

depicts: woman (2) | tiger (1) | Ezekiel (1) | reading (1) | kimono (1) | mosquito net (1) | uchiwa (1) | Japanese dragon (1) | semi nude (1) | None (1) | Tatsuta River (1)

location: Bilbao Fine Arts Museum (1)

main subject: Yamato Province (1)

time period: Safavid dynasty (1)

Yamato Tatsuta-yama Tatsuta-gawa

woodcut print
by Hiroshige (+1853-07-00T00:00:00Z)
Tatsuta River None

Ezekiel's Wheels

painting
by William Blake (1800s)
Ezekiel

Fujin Tomari-kyaku no Zu

woodblock print / woodcut print
by Kitagawa Utamaro (1794s)
mosquito net woman uchiwa semi nude

Nine Dragons

handscroll
by Chen Rong (1244)

Bahram Gur fights two lions to win the throne (Boston MFA 28.127)

painting
by anonymous (1600)

Tiger

kakemono
by Soga Shōhaku (1770s)
tiger

Tigre

kakemono
by Soga Shōhaku (1770s)
Japanese dragon

Fumi Yomu Onna

woodcut print
by Kitagawa Utamaro (19th century)
woman reading kimono