Collection

Our collection currently contains more than 100,000 works of art and design dating from ancient times to today. Of these objects, 3,121 of them are on view in the museum now. 81,643 of them are available online. There are 4,030 recent acquisitions. All of our collection records are living documents. They are frequently revised and enhanced.

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Shigekatsu

Nakamura Utaemon III as Matsuomaru, Arashi Raishi II as Umeomaru and Onoe Kikugoro III as Sakuramaruin the scene "Pulling the carriage apart' (Kuruma biki) from the play Sugawara's secrets of calligra, 1826.3
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Shigekatsu

Nakamura Utaemon III as Matsuomaru, Arashi Raishi II as Umeomaru and Onoe Kikugoro III as Sakuramaruin the scene "Pulling the carriage apart' (Kuruma biki) from the play Sugawara's secrets of calligra, 1826.3
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Shigekatsu

Nakamura Utaemon III as Matsuomaru, Arashi Raishi II as Umeomaru and Onoe Kikugoro III as Sakuramaruin the scene "Pulling the carriage apart' (Kuruma biki) from the play Sugawara's secrets of calligra, 1826.3
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Shigekatsu

Nakamura Utaemon III as Matsuomaru, Arashi Raishi II as Umeomaru and Onoe Kikugoro III as Sakuramaruin the scene "Pulling the carriage apart' (Kuruma biki) from the play Sugawara's secrets of calligra, 1826.3
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Unknown artist

Every Girl Pulling for Victory: Victory Girls United War Work Campaign, 1914-1918
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Eugène Delacroix, printmaker

Weislingen Attaquè par les Gens de Goetz (Act.I, Sc.III) (Weislingen Attacked by Goetz's Men), 1843
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Honoré Daumier

The Fish Pulls the Line (Le Barbillon Entraîne la Ligne), 1840
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Unknown artist

Every Girl Pulling for Victory: Victory Girls: United War Work Campaign, 1914-1918