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Right, detail, The Buddha at Birth, F2005.9a–b; Detail, mirror case, RLS2014.9.157; Center, detail, Untitled, from Flowers in the Image of Imagination series, S2013.9; Left, detail, mirror case, RLS2014.9.157
Detail, Kawasaki, from the series Famous Places of the Fifty-Three Stations; Utagawa Hiroshige (1797–1858); Japan, Edo period, 1855; one of a set of 55 woodblock prints; ink and color on paper; Gift of Victor and Takako Hauge, FSC-GR-705.3.
Detail, Iga ware tea bowl; Tea bowl; Edo period or Meiji era, 19th century; Stoneware with white slip under cobalt- and copper-tinted clear glaze; Iga ware; Japan, Mie prefecture; Gift of Charles Lang Freer; Freer Gallery of Art F1900.93