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The original Main Gallery (designed by the British architect Josiah Conder) was severely damaged in the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923. In contrast to western style of the original structure, the design of the present Honkan by Watanabe Jin is the more eastern "Emperor's Crown Style." Construction began in 1932, and the building was opened in 1938.
24 exhibition rooms on two floors provide a thorough introduction into Japanese art: "Highlights of Japanese Art" on the second floor introduces the development of Japanese art from Jomon through to the Edo period in a chronological manner, and genre galleries presenting specific rooms displaying ceramics, swords, lacquerwares, sculptures, modern decorative arts as well as the material culture of Ainu and Ryukyu are located on the first floor.

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2nd floor "Highlights of Japanese Art"

  
The Dawn of Japanese Art: Jomon, Yayoi and Kofun periods
Room 1  June 17, 2014 (Tue) - December 7, 2014 (Sun)

The Jomon culture began around 12,000 years ago. Earthenware vessels of this age with various motifs and styles are the starting point of "Highlights of Japanese Art." In the Yayoi period (450 B.C.- A.D. 250), pottery with a simplistic yet refined beauty and dotaku bell-shaped bronzes were prominent. Typical objects from the Kofun period (A.D. 250-600), such as haji, sue wares and haniwa figurines, as well as mirrors, arms and armor, saddlery, and accessory, which expresses the essence of metal and glass craftsmanship, are also featured.
Current exhibit includes:
Dogu (Clay figurine), With heart-shaped face, From Gobara, Higashi Agatsuma-machi, Gunma, Jomon period, 2000 - 1000 BC (Important Cultural Property, Private collection)
Dotaku (Bell-shaped bronze), Kinki-region style, From Mukaiyama, Ibaraki, Hidaka-cho, Wakayama, Yayoi period, 1st - 3rd century
Haniwa (Terracotta tomb figurine), Man in full dress, From Yotsuzuka tumulus, Ota-shi, Gunma, Kofun period, 6th century
Four-legged Vessel, Jasper, From Oyagatani tumulus, Tarui-cho, Gifu, Kofun period, 4th - 5th century

  
The Rise of Buddhism: Asuka - Nara period
Room 1  October 15, 2014 (Wed) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

In the mid-6th century, Buddhism was officially introduced into Japan from the kingdom of Baekje on the southeastern coast of the Korean peninsula. Japanese culture made a remarkable progress with the adoption of Buddhism. This gallery features early Buddhist statues, sutras, reliquaries, and ritual implements from the Asuka and Nara periods.

Current exhibit includes:
Standing Juichimen Kannon Bosatsu (Ekadasamukha), Excavated at Mount Nachi, Nachikatsuura-cho, Higashimuro-gun, Wakayama, Asuka period, 7th century (Gift of Mr. Kitamata Tomeshiro and others)
Mondakatsuo Kyo (Buddhist Scripture), Nara period, dated 740
Eight Nested Bowls, Horyuji Treasures, Nara period, 8th century (Important Cultural Property)

  
Room 2  October 15, 2014 (Wed) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

This room is specially designed for the comfortable viewing of masterpieces in a tranquil setting. With each rotation, one exceptional work of painting or calligraphy designated as National Treasure will be presented. The selections come from the Museum's collection or works that are on loan to the Museum.
On Exhibit:
Record of the Poetry Contest at the Palace of the Emperor's Wife in the Kampyo Era, Heian period, 11th century (National Treasure)

  
Buddhist Art: Heian - Muromachi period
Room 3  October 15, 2014 (Wed) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

Buddhist art is one of the major genres that define Japanese art. Many masterworks date from the late Heian period, a time characterized as classical in Japanese art history. After the Kamakura period, Buddhist art further developed in its materials, methods, and styles as Zen schools and other new Buddhist schools emerged, together with the influence from the Chinese arts. This exhibit features artworks from the Heian to Kamakura periods, when Buddhist art most flourished, adding siginificant objects from the Nanbokucho and Muromachi periods.

Current exhibit includes:
Sixteen Arhats: Eighth Arhat, Heian period, 11th century (National Treasure)
Fugen Bosatsu (Samantabhadra) and Ten Rasetsunyo (Raksasi), Kamakura period, 13th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Jyoninji, Tottori)
Words of Prayer Dedicated by Saionji Saneuji's Wife, Attributed to Sesonji Tsunetada, Kamakura period, dated 1282 (Important Cultural Property)
Incense Burner, With bottle weight at the end of handle, Heian period, 12th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Kongoji, Osaka)

 

  
Courtly Art: Heian - Muromachi period
Room 3  October 15, 2014 (Wed) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

The courtiers were strongly involved in the arts through the Heian and Muromachi periods, their aesthetic tastes playing a great role in Japanese art history. Literature works such as waka poems and other calligraphy written by courtiers, and e-maki narrative picture scrolls are displayed in this room with decorative art objects.

Current exhibit includes:
Illustrated Diary of Lady Murasaki, Kamakura period, 13th century (Important Cultural Property, Private collection)
Detached Segment of Kokin wakashu Poetry Anthology, Chapter 18, Known as "Koyagire", Attributed to Kino Tsurayuki, Heian period, 11th century (Important Art Object, Private collection)

  
Zen and Ink Painting: Kamakura - Muromachi period
Room 3  October 15, 2014 (Wed) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

This gallery features works by famous artists of the landscape-painting genre, along with famous works of bokuseki (calligraphy by Zen priests).

Current exhibit includes:
Sermon Preached by Daito Kokushi, By Ikkyu Sojun, Muromachi period, 15th century (Gift of Mr. Nakajima Yoichi)
Landscape of the Four Seasons, Attributed to Shubun, Muromachi period, 15th century (Important Cultural Property)

  
The Art of Tea Ceremony
Room 4  August 5, 2014 (Tue) - October 26, 2014 (Sun)

This gallery highlights the way of tea through its various art works such as paintings and calligraphy, vases, vessels for kaiseki meals, kettles, tea caddies, and tea bowls.
Current exhibit includes:
Black Raku Square Tea Bowl,Known as "Shoun", By Ichinyu; Raku ware, Kuroraku type, Edo period, 17th century (Gift of Mr. Hirota Matsushige)
Tea Caddy in Bunrin (Apple) Shape,Known as "Mochizuki"; with black glaze, Satsuma ware, Edo period, 18th century (Gift of Mr. Matsunaga Yasuzaemon)
Poem on Shikishi Paper, Attributed to Ono no Tofu, Heian period, 11th century (Important Cultural Property)

  
Attire of the Military Elite: Heian - Edo period
Room 5 & 6  September 2, 2014 (Tue) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

Beginning with the sword which is the most important possession of a samurai, this gallery focuses on arms and armor, saddlery, attire of the warriors as well as their portraits and hand-writings.
Current exhibit includes:
Itomaki-no-tachi Style Sword Mounting Black leather-bound scabbard and gold fittings with paulownia design, Muromachi period, 15th century(Important Cultural Property)
Tachi Sword, By Sukezane, Kamakura period, 13th century (National Treasure)
Uchigatana Style Sword Mounting (For tachi sword by Sukezane), Hollyhock crests design in maki-e lacquer and mother of pearl inlay on ikakeji lacquer ground, Edo period, 19th century
Haramaki Type Armor, With black leather lacing in katasusodori style, Muromachi period, 16th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Hinomisaki-jinja, Shimane)

  
Folding Screens and Sliding Door Paintings: Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period
Room 7  September 17, 2014 (Wed) - October 26, 2014 (Sun)

This gallery is dedicated to the genre of shohei-ga, which includes mural paintings, fusuma paintings and byobu paintings. The room is especially designed for an effective display of grand-scale paintings.

Current exhibit includes:
Autumn Grasses, By Tawaraya Sosetsu, Edo period, 17th century (Important Cultural Property)

  
The Arts of Daily Life: Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period
Room 8  September 2, 2014 (Tue) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

The maturing of Japanese culture supported by the military and commoner classes continued throughout the Azuchi-Momoyama and Edo periods. This gallery introduces the craft of interior furnishings and daily utensils that adorned the life of the people during these periods.
Current exhibit includes:
Sumiaka Tebako (Red Cornered Cosmetic Box), Chrysanthemums and Paulownia crests design in maki-e lacquer, Edo period, 17th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Sugoisobe jinja, Ishikawa)
Koshimaki (Summer garment), Plum, camellia, interlocking tortoise-shell hexagon and floral lozenge design on reddish-black plain-weave ground with glossed weft, Worn by Teikyo-in (Tanehime Satoko), the wife of Tokugawa Harutomi, the 10th head of the Kishu Tokugawa family, Edo period, 18th century
Uchikake (Outer garment), Wisteria, chrysanthemum, peony and interlocking circle design on white figured satin ground, Edo period, 19th century (on exhibit from September 30, 2014)
Flower Cart Ornament, Edo period, 19th century
Bowl, Cherry blossom and maple design in overglaze enamel, By Ninnami Dohachi, Edo period, 19th century (Important Art Object, Private collection)

  
Developments in Painting and Calligraphy: Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period
Room 8  September 17, 2014 (Wed) - October 26, 2014 (Sun)

This gallery introduces the dynamic and multi-faceted world of paintings and calligraphy from the Azuchi-Momoyama to the Edo period.

Current exhibit includes:
Farming Scenes, By Kusumi Morikage, Edo period, 17th century
Scroll of Waka Poems, By Hon'ami Koetsu, Azuchi-Momoyama period, 17th century (Gift of Mr. Kawai Gyokudo)
Calligraphy in Two Large Characters, By Emperor Goyozei, Azuchi-Momoyama period, 16th - 17th century (Important Art Object)
Calligraphy "Cho On Do", By Shokado Shojo, Edo period, 17th century (Gift of Mr. Sato Kan'ichi)

  
Noh and Kabuki: Masks and Costumes in the Noh Play Matsukaze
Room 9  September 30, 2014 (Tue) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

The Noh play Matsukaze relates the dream of a Buddhist monk who travels to the Bay of Suma (now in Kobe). A surreal tale, it mixes scenes from his dream and ones based on his actual experiences.

Current exhibit includes:
Noh Mask, Ko'omote (young girl) type, Formerly owned by Konparu Troupe, Nara, Edo period, 17th - 18th century (Important Cultural Property)
Nuihaku (Noh costume), Stylized wave, mandarin duck, and Japanese spatterdock design on scarlet ground, Edo period, 18th century

  
Ukiyo-e and Fashion in the Edo Period: Ukiyo-e
Room 10  September 30, 2014 (Tue) - October 26, 2014 (Sun)

In the early Edo period (1603–1868), ukiyo-e, which depicted common people, were only in the form of paintings. Later on, a method of woodblock printing was devised and mass production of ukiyo-e became possible. Eventually, a method of producing multicolored nishiki-e prints was established, following the further development of carving and printing techniques.
This exhibition is divided into two parts. The first consists of prints demonstrating the variety of expressive possibilities in ukiyo-e. These include early monochrome prints (sumizuri-e), ones using glossy ink (urushi-e), prints hand-colored or printed mainly with red tones (beni-e and benizuri-e, respectively), and color prints without black outlines (mizu-e). The second section explores the various sizes of ukiyo-e prints. It includes narrow prints (hoso-ban and hashira-e) and narrow “poem-card” prints (tanzaku-ban), as well as medium-sized prints (ai-ban) and square prints (shikishi-ban). Fine paintings by early ukiyo-e artists and those active in the Kyoto and Osaka areas will also be displayed.

Current exhibit includes:
Courtesan Holding Tanzaku Poem Card, By Kaigetsudo Dohan, Edo period, 18th century
Mitate (Parody) of Yukihira, Matsukaze, and Murasame (Characters in a Noh play), By Torii Kiyomitsu, Edo period, 18th century (Important Art Object)
Eight Views of the Living Room: Clock Striking in the Evening, By Suzuki Harunobu, Edo period, 18th century

  
Ukiyo-e and Fashion in the Edo Period: Fashion
Room 10  September 30, 2014 (Tue) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

Introduces the fashion of the Edo period townspeople. Enjoy comparing with the ukiyo-e works exhibited in the same room.

Current exhibit includes:
Kosode (Garment with small wrist openings), Young pine, small flower, deer, and maple leaf design on parti-colored figured satin ground, Edo period, 17th century (Important Cultural Property)
Kosode (Garment with small wrist openings), Curtain and maple leaf design on pink crepe ground, Edo period, 18th century

2nd floor

  
Netsuke: The Prince Takamado Collection
Netsuke: The Prince Takamado Collection  September 2, 2014 (Tue) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

Including:
Nine-Tailed Fox, Bishu Saito,1986
Begining and End, By Kiho Takagi, 1995        
Wind Shines, By Kozan Fukuyama, 1994     
Squirrel, By Yako (Akemi) Ota, 1997        
Lovelorn Ghost, By Michael Birch,1976

  
Room T2  September 30, 2014 (Tue) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

From long ago, the Japanese had been attracted to and pursued the collection of artworks and other cultural objects from China. These were collectively known as karamono. They were displayed at poetry competitions, tea ceremonies, and other gatherings held by the shogun and other military elite beginning in the Kamakura (1192-1333) and Muromachi (1392-1573) periods.

Current exhibit includes:
Printed Copy of Kundaikan Sou choki Book on Chinese Objects, Published in 1884; original copied in 1511
Tea Bowl, Nogime ("hare's fur") tenmoku type, Jian ware, China, Southern Song dynasty, 12th - 13th century (Gift of Mr. Hirota Matsushige)
Flower Vase in Shape of Bronze Zun (Ritual wine vessel), Celadon glaze, Longquan ware, Formerly owned by the Mori family, China, Southern Song - Yuan dynasty, 13th century
Tea Bowl, Bekkoyu ("tortoise-shell glaze") tenmoku type, Seto-Mino ware, Muromachi period, 16th century (Gift of Dr. Yokogawa Tamisuke)
Sutra Box, Phoenix and paulownia design in gold inlay, Muromachi - Azuchi-Momoyama period, 16th century (Important Art Object)
Pot, Fish and water plant design in underglaze blue, Jingdezhen ware, China, Yuan dynasty, 14th century (Important Cultural Property, Gift of Mr. Tanaka Yoshio)
Bowl, Floral arabesque design in overglaze enamel, Jingdezhen ware, Ko'akae type, China, Ming dynasty, 16th century (Important Art Object, Gift of Dr. Yokogawa Tamisuke)

1st floor Special Exhibition

  
Room T5  September 20, 2014 (Sat) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

This is the first time a joint exhibition will be held by national museums of Japan, China and Korea. The exhibition displays world-renowned ceramic masterpieces from the collections of the Tokyo National Museum, the National Museum of China and the National Museum of Korea.

  
Room T5  January 14, 2015 (Wed) - April 5, 2015 (Sun)

The northeastern area of Japan, called the Michinoku region, is home to many attractive Buddhist statues. Their faces are filled with a powerful yet gentle human kindness, rather than expressions of enlightened, transcendent beings. This exhibition features representative examples of Buddhist sculpture from Northern Japan.

1st floor

  
Buddhist Art: Heian - Muromachi period
Room 11  September 2, 2014 (Tue) - November 24, 2014 (Mon)

Buddhist art is one of the major genres that define Japanese art. Many masterworks date from the late Heian period, a time characterized as classical in Japanese art history. After the Kamakura period, Buddhist art further developed in its materials, methods, and styles as Zen schools and other new Buddhist schools emerged, together with the influence from the Chinese arts. This exhibit features artworks from the Heian to Kamakura periods, when Buddhist art most flourished, adding siginificant objects from the Nanbokucho and Muromachi periods.
Current exhibit includes:
Seated Juichimen Kannon Bosatsu (Ekadasamukha), Kamakura period, 13th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Komatsuji, Chiba)
Standing Zao Gongen, Kamakura Period, 12th - 13th century
Seated Amida Nyorai (Amitabha) and Two Attendants, Heian period, dated 1176 (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Saikoin, Saitama)

  
Lacquerware
Room 12  August 19, 2014 (Tue) - November 16, 2014 (Sun)

Features maki-e works from Heian to Edo period. The exhibit shows the history and beauty of maki-e, a unique lacquerwork method that developed in Japan.
Current exhibition includes:
Tebako (Cosmetic box), Cart wheels in stream design in mother of pearl inlay, Kamakura period, 13th century (National Treasure)
Lamp Stand, Hosoge flower design in mother of pearl inlay and Heijin maki-e lacquer, Heian period, 12th century (National Treasure, Lent by Daichojuin, Iwate)
Sanne-bako (Box for priest's garments), Hare's foot fern and arrowroot design in maki-e lacquer and mother of pearl inlay, Donated to temple in Nanbokucho period, 1342 (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Kongobuji, Wakayama)
Tebako (Cosmetic box), Scattered fan design in maki-e lacquer, Muromachi period, 15th century (Important Cultural Property)

  
Metalwork: Ornamentation in Buddhism
Room 13  August 19, 2014 (Tue) - November 9, 2014 (Sun)

In Buddhism, sculptures of deities and sacred spaces such as the interiors of temples are solemnly decorated. This exhibition features objects that were created for this purpose such as ornamental containers for Buddhist relics as well as ornaments for esoteric Buddhist altars and the interiors of Buddhist halls, including metal banners and pendants. Through these ornamental objects, visitors will be exposed to the various artistic possibilities of metalworking techniques such as casting, carving, and hammering.

Current exhibit includes:
Keman (Pendent ornament), Lotus flower design, Kamakura period, 13th century (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Kongorinji, Shiga)
Ban (Buddhist ornamental banners), With beaded decorations, Muromachi period, dated 1485 and 1492
Mandalas of the Two Realms (Ryokai Mandara), Kamakura period, dated 1194 (Important Cultural Property, Lent by Tokumanji, Ibaraki)

  
Japanese Swords
Room 13  August 26, 2014 (Tue) - November 16, 2014 (Sun)

Exhibits selected swords and sword-fittings from the Heian to Edo periods, including the Tanto Sword, known as "Atsushi-Tosiro".
Current exhibit includes:
Tanto Sword, Known as "Atsushi-Toshiro", By Yoshimitsu, Kamakura period, 13th century (National Treasure)
Tachi Sword, Known as "Ima Aranami", By Ichimonji School, Kamakura period, 13th century (Important Cultural Property)
Katana Sword, Known as "Kiriha Sadamune", By Sadamune, Nanbokucho period, 14th century (Important Cultural Property, Gift of Mr. Watanabe Seiichiro)

  
Ceramics
Room 13  August 26, 2014 (Tue) - November 16, 2014 (Sun)

From Japan's first glazed ceramics of the Nara period to the various wares of the late Edo period, the exhibits will introduce the history of Japanese ceramics through masterworks according to time period and production sites.
Current exhibit includes:
Bevel-edged Footed Tray, Flying phoenix design in overglaze enamel, Attributed to Okuda Eisen, Edo period, 18th - 19th century (Important Art Object, Gift of Mr. Okochi Masatoshi)
Tea Bowl, Moon and mantis design in overglaze enamels, By Eiraku Hozen, Edo period, 19th century
Large Dish with Foliate Rim, Phoenix design in overglaze enamels, Imari ware, Kokutani gosai-de type, Edo period, 17th century (Important Art Object, Gift of Ms. Yamamoto Tomiko and Mr. Yamamoto Kenji)
 

  
Room 14  September 2, 2014 (Tue) - November 3, 2014 (Mon)

As the trend for Orientalism permeated the upper classes in Europe, Japanese lacquerware became extremely popular. To these Europeans, it was a decorative furnishing symbolic of East Asia. In response, lacquerware of new shapes and designs, suited to the lifestyles and preferences of Europeans, and quite different from that traditionally used in Japan, was produced.

Current exhibit includes:
Jewel Box, Landscape with pavilion design in maki-e lacquer, Edo period, 17th century
Folding Chair, Westerner design in maki-e lacquer, Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period, 16th - 17th century (Important Cultural Property, Zuikoh-Ji, Kyoto)
Christian Shrine, Flower, tree, bird and animal design in maki-e lacquer and mother of pearl inlay, Azuchi-Momoyama - Edo period, 16th - 17th century (Important Cultural Property)

  
Records of History
Room 15  September 2, 2014 (Tue) - October 26, 2014 (Sun)

Tokyo National Museum includes a large collection of historical objects and documents. This collection began with objects previously owned by the Edo shogunate government. From the museum's establishment in 1872 (Meiji 5) onward, the collection grew through the holding of exhibitions as well as surveys of cultural properties. This exhibition room mainly displays a wide range of historical materials. These include illustrated catalogues created for natural history research-a field of study that flourished in the Edo period (1603-1868)-old maps produced in the Edo period and Meiji era (1868-1912), as well as illustrations and documents on diverse subjects such as the practices of the imperial court and warrior families, annual events, customs, Japanese literature, and medicine. In addition, there is a vast collection of old photographs from the end of the Edo period and Meiji era onward. Some of these photographs are introduced in this exhibition room to show aspects of former times, such as exhibitions, sceneries, people and cultural properties.
Current exhibit includes:
Jinshin Survey Catalogue of Valuable Objects at Temples and Shrines, By Machida Hisanari, Uchida Masao, Ninagawa Noritane, and others, Dated 1872 (Important Cultural Property)
Illustrated Map of the Mino Route, Nagoya, Kiyosu and Inaba, Edo period, 18th - 19th century (Important Cultural Property)
Shishinden Hall, Kyoto Imperial Palace, Photographed during the 1872 survey, By Yokoyama Matsusaburo, Dated 1872 (Important Cultural Property)

  
Ainu and Ryukyu: Life of the Ainu People
Room 16  September 30, 2014 (Tue) - December 23, 2014 (Tue)

This exhibition features items used by the Ainu people - including ritual implements such as inau, ikupasui and coats - together with clothes and tools used in everyday life, giving us an insight into the ways in which the Northern people prayed to their gods.

Current exhibit includes:
(no english)帯織機, Hokkaido Ainu (Kawakami), 19th century (Gift of Mr. Tokugawa Yorisada)
Trap, Primorsky Krai, 19th century (Gift of Geological Society of Amur River, Russia)
Fishing Tool, Hokkaido Ainu, 19th century (Transferred from the Bureau for the Vienna World Exposition)
Coat, Sakhalin Ainu, 19th century (Gift of Ms. Hirako Hatsu)
Spoons, Hokkaido Ainu, 19th century (Gift of Ms. Hiroko Hatsu)

  
Conservation and Restoration
Room 17  April 15, 2014 (Tue) - December 23, 2014 (Tue)

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The preservation and conservation of cultural properties are essential aspects of our Museum's mission. From this point of view, this room features object research and examination, environmental maintenance of storage and exhibition rooms, and conservation procedures applied in accordance to materials and conditions of the objects.

  
Modern Art
Room 18  September 30, 2014 (Tue) - November 9, 2014 (Sun)

This gallery features paintings and sculptures from the Meiji to Taisho period. Since it first opened in 1872 as the exposition venue of the Ministry of Education, Tokyo National Museum has collected important artworks that signify the development of modern Japanese art. The exhibit consists of selected works from the collection.

Current exhibit includes:
Peafowl, By Taki Katei, Dated 1892 (Gift of Japan Delegate Office for World's Columbian Exposition)
Mist (Nude), By Nakazawa Hiromitsu, Dated 1907 (Gift of the Nihon Club)
Buck and Doe, By Morikawa Toen, Dated 1892 (Gift of Japan Delegate Office for World's Columbian Exposition)
Fujiwara no Kamatari, By Shimamura Shunmei, Dated 1892 (Gift of Japan Delegate Office for World's Columbian Exposition)
Eagle, By Suzuki Chokichi, Dated 1892 (Important Cultural Property, Gift of Japan Delegate Office for World's Columbian Exposition)
Mount Fuji, Plaque in cloisonne, By Namikawa Sousuke, Dated 1893 (Important Cultural Property, Gift of Japan Delegate Office for World's Columbian Exposition)
Japanese Woman, By Vincenzo Ragusa, Dated 1881

  
Education Center: Education Space
Room 19  April 15, 2014 (Tue) - March 29, 2015 (Sun)

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