Artist(i)
(x)

This is a full list of all of the artists represented in the online collection. Using this list will provide the best search results, particularly since names that include diacritical marks (e.g., “Paul Cézanne,” “Lázló Moholy-Nagy,” “Hiroshige Andô”) do not currently return results if they are typed with base characters (e.g., “e” for “é,” or “a” for “á”).

Browse all Artists
(x)

This filter includes nationalities that are well-represented in the collection as well as broader geographical regions. Note: “North America” comprises the United States, Canada, and Mexico. You may also enter more specific terms or keywords (e.g., “Congo,” “Philadelphia,” “American”) in the “Search the Collection” box at top.

(x)

The museum has great collection strength beginning in the 19th century, with areas of concentration in earlier periods. Note: the “Search the Collection” box at top does not currently return results for dates as search terms. The ranges here will return records with overlapping dates (e.g., “1930–1940” will return “1937,” “c. 1936–1970”).

(x)

Looking for particular types of objects? Wondering how many textiles we have in the collection, or especially interested in architectural drawings? Use this filter to narrow your search.

(x)

This filter allows you to narrow results by the curatorial departments of the museum. Note: While most of the museum’s holdings of photography are in the Photography Department, other departments collect photography as well, so use “Classification” to find all of these works in the collection.

(x)

Want to learn more about particular areas of collection strength? These are a sample of thematic groupings selected by the curators to highlight meaningful connections between works. We’ll continue to add to these over time.

(x)

Trying to find the name of that sculpture you saw in Gallery 4, or that painting in the museum lobby? Use this filter to narrow your search.

Clear Search Filters

Search the Collection

Displaying records 1-12 of 50

Hiroshige Andô

Evening Bell at Mii

Hiroshige Andô

Koya Tama River, Kii Province

1834

Hiroshige Andô Ibaya Senzaburo

Ishii Hyosuke battling Fujikawa Mizuemon near Kameyama Castle in the rain

c. 1844-1845

Hiroshige Andô

Konami Says the Son of Oishi (Big Stone), Master of 47 Ronin, was Koishi (Small Stone) (Oishi no Musuko Koishi to Konami ii)

1820

Hiroshige Andô

Act VII: Reading a Suspicious Looking Letter by a Mirror (Kabe Kagami Sukashite Kusai Fumio O Yomi)

1820

Hiroshige Andô Eisen Keisai

Toriimoto

c. 1835-1851

Hiroshige Andô

Act II: Konami Waits for Rikiya's Message

1835

Hiroshige Andô

Act III: Moronao's Retainer Examining Presents Outside of Kamakura Castle

1835

Hiroshige Andô

Act VII : Ichiriki Tea House, Kyoto

1835

Hiroshige Andô

Act VIII : Yuranosuke's House at Yamashima under Snow

1835

Hiroshige Andô

Act VIII, from "The Chûshingura Drama"

1835

Hiroshige Andô

Tama River of Koya, Kii Province (Kii Koya no Tamagawa)

1857
12243648Show Allthumbnails per page