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Japanese and Chinese Scrolls at the University of Pittsburgh
Frick Fine Art Library has replica of 71 Japanese scrolls and 23 Chinese or Korean scrolls. The following list includes links to online images, name of institutions where hold original scrolls, call numbers in PittCat, etc.
Color woodblock prints by the Japanese artist Tsukioka Kōgyo (1869-1927) depict the Art of Noh through detailed portraits, landscapes and theatrical performances, taking into account some of Japan's rich history. Held by ULS Special Collections.
Woodblock prints from 1760-1956 by over 40 artists depict Japanese culture through detailed depictions of portraits, landscapes and theatrical performances, taking into account some of Japan's rich history. Held by ULS Special Collections.