Thomas Moran, 1856
Works on paper – including drawings, watercolors, etchings, engravings, woodcuts, and lithographs – comprise the greatest portion of the Museum’s collection. Many complement the painting collection, with works by Thomas Cole, and Edward, Thomas, Peter, and Mary Nimmo Moran. Others represent the work of well-known artists from the 17th – 21st centuries, including Rembrandt, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Philip Pearlstein, Romare Bearden, and Richard Mayhew. The collection also includes select 18th-century Japanese woodblock prints of the ukiyo-e (images of the floating world) genre.
Teppozu, Fox Bridge, Minato Shrine, Number 77 of 100 Famous Views of Edo
Ando (Utagawa) Hiroshige, 1857