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Ota Photographic Print Collection

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23 Photographic Prints

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series 'Eight Views in the... c. 1837/38

Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series "Eight Views in the... c. 1837/38
Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series "Eight Views in the Environs of Edo (Edo kinko hakkei no uchi)", c. 1837/38

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Ota Dokan Decides to Study Poetry, 1887. Creator: Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

Ota Dokan Decides to Study Poetry, 1887. Creator: Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
Ota Dokan Decides to Study Poetry, 1887. From A New Selection of Eastern Brocade Pictures

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Ota Yazaemon and His Son Fusajiro Sever and Exchange Fingers before the Son Departs for War, 1875

Ota Yazaemon and His Son Fusajiro Sever and Exchange Fingers before the Son Departs for War, 1875. From The Postal News, no. 491

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: JAPAN: ASTRONOMY, 1936. Women watching stars. Color drawing, 1936, by Ota Chou

JAPAN: ASTRONOMY, 1936. Women watching stars. Color drawing, 1936, by Ota Chou

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Kamata, from the series 'A Record of a Journey to Enoshima, a Set of Sixteen...', 1833

Kamata, from the series "A Record of a Journey to Enoshima, a Set of Sixteen...", 1833
Kamata, from the series "A Record of a Journey to Enoshima, a Set of Sixteen (Enoshima kiko, jurokuban tsuzuki)", 1833

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: The Robe-hanging Pine at Senzoku Pond (Senzoku no ike Kesakakematsu), from the series... 1856

The Robe-hanging Pine at Senzoku Pond (Senzoku no ike Kesakakematsu), from the series... 1856. Creator: Ando Hiroshige
The Robe-hanging Pine at Senzoku Pond (Senzoku no ike Kesakakematsu), from the series "One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (Meisho Edo hyakkei)", 1856

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: The Plum Orchard at Kamata (Kamata no umezono), from the series 'One Hundred... 1857

The Plum Orchard at Kamata (Kamata no umezono), from the series "One Hundred... 1857. Creator: Ando Hiroshige
The Plum Orchard at Kamata (Kamata no umezono), from the series "One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (Meisho Edo hyakkei)", 1857

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series 'Eight Views in the... c. 1837/38

Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series "Eight Views in the... c. 1837/38
Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series "Eight Views in the Environs of Edo (Edo kinko hakkei no uchi)", c. 1837/38

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series 'Eight Views in the... c. 1837/38

Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series "Eight Views in the... c. 1837/38
Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series "Eight Views in the Environs of Edo (Edo kinko hakkei no uchi)", c. 1837/38

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series 'Eight Views in the... c. 1837/38

Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series "Eight Views in the... c. 1837/38
Evening Bell at Ikegami (Ikegami no bansho), from the series "Eight Views in the Environs of Edo (Edo kinko hakkei no uchi)", c. 1837/38

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Clay miniatures are displayed at Vickie Lees clay workshop at a shopping mall in

Clay miniatures are displayed at Vickie Lees clay workshop at a shopping mall in Singapore December 19, 2008. Lee runs Craft-It-Yourself

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Hiroshima, Japan cityscape at the Atomic Bomb Dome and river

Hiroshima, Japan cityscape at the Atomic Bomb Dome and river

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Young Woman Holding a Kerria Branch (parody of Ota Dokan), c. 1764 / 65

Young Woman Holding a Kerria Branch (parody of Ota Dokan), c. 1764 / 65
Young Woman Holding a Kerria Branch (parody of Ota Dokan), c. 1764/65

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Woman Holding a Branch of Kerria Flowers in the Rain (parody of Ota Dokan), c. 1766 / 67

Woman Holding a Branch of Kerria Flowers in the Rain (parody of Ota Dokan), c. 1766 / 67
Woman Holding a Branch of Kerria Flowers in the Rain (parody of Ota Dokan), c. 1766/67

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Young Woman Holding a Kerria Branch (parody of Ota Dokan), c

Young Woman Holding a Kerria Branch (parody of Ota Dokan), c
3527246 Young Woman Holding a Kerria Branch (parody of Ota Dokan), c.1764/65 (colour woodblock print) by Harunobu, Suzuki (1725-70); 31x13.9 cm; The Art Institute of Chicago, IL

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Some Out-of-the-Way Places in Japan (engraving)

Some Out-of-the-Way Places in Japan (engraving)
1045682 Some Out-of-the-Way Places in Japan (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Some Out-of-the-Way Places in Japan)

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: No. 52 'ta from the series The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kisokaido Road, c. 1835 (woodcut)

No. 52 "ta from the series The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kisokaido Road, c. 1835 (woodcut)
2561259 No. 52 "ta from the series The Sixty-nine Stations of the Kisokaido Road, c.1835 (woodcut) by Hiroshige, Ando or Utagawa (1797-1858)

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Courtesan Reading a Letter, early 1800s. Creator: Teisai Hokuba (Japanese, 1771-1844); Ota Nanpo

Courtesan Reading a Letter, early 1800s. Creator: Teisai Hokuba (Japanese, 1771-1844); Ota Nanpo
Courtesan Reading a Letter, early 1800s. Teisai Hokuba, a disciple of the famed painter and print designer Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849), is best known for his private edition poetry-print designs

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Madame Hanako, 1908 (clay)

Madame Hanako, 1908 (clay)
XBP390711 Madame Hanako, 1908 (clay) by Rodin, Auguste (1840-1917); Musee Rodin, Meudon, France; (add.info.: Japanese actress named Ota Hisa who committed suicide by disembowelling herself;)

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: The Cherry Blossoms of Mikawa, 19th century, (1886). Artist: Wilhelm Greve

The Cherry Blossoms of Mikawa, 19th century, (1886). Artist: Wilhelm Greve
The Cherry Blossoms of Mikawa, 19th century, (1886). Shijo School. From a painting on silk by Ota Kinkin, Shijo School. Found in the collection of the British Museum

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Courtesan Reading Letter early 1800s Teisai Hokuba

Courtesan Reading Letter early 1800s Teisai Hokuba
Courtesan Reading a Letter, early 1800s. Teisai Hokuba (Japanese, 1771-1844), calligraphy by Ota Nanpo (Japanese, 1749-1823)

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: Gm1Dtvazblaa

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A dog in a Halloween costume takes part in a parade in Tokyos Harajuku Omotesando district October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)

Background imageOta Photographic Print Collection: The Cherry Blossoms of Mikawa, 19th century (1886). Artist: Wilhelm Greve

The Cherry Blossoms of Mikawa, 19th century (1886). Artist: Wilhelm Greve
The Cherry Blossoms of Mikawa, 19th century (1886). Shijo School. From a painting on silk by Ota Kinkin, Shijo School. Found in the collection of the British Museum


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