1. Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons: Autumn and Winter (late 15th - early 16th century) by Sesshu Toyo

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  2. Chinese Palace Landscape (c. 1883) by Kimura Ritsugaku

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  4. Snipe Over a Marsh from the Three Dusks (1615 - 1674) by Kano Tan’yu

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  5. Bird and flowers (15th century) by Oguri Sotan

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  6. Handscroll with Miscellaneous Images (1839) by Katsushika Hokusai

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  7. freersackler:

    It’s officially fall. This 17th-century Japanese work, titled Summer and Autumn Flowers, features an array of seasonal plants, including bog rhubarb, kerria, wheat, millet, bush clover, and Chinese bellflowers—as well as corn, eggplant, and taro.

     
  8. freersackler:

    You have one more week to see Off the Beaten Path, featuring drawings, etchings, and watercolors that a young James McNeill Whistler made during a summer trip through the Rhineland. Explore the web feature, and see the exhibition in person before it closes next Sunday.

     
  9. Fishing Boat with Reflections (1907) by Egon Schiele

     
  10. Wasserschlangen I (1904 - 1907) by Gustav Klimt