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Winter

Seasons, Winter

Works of Art (16)

Bamboo in the Four Seasons, Muromachi period (1392–1573), Attributed to Tosa Mitsunobu (Japanese), Pair of six-panel folding screens; color, ink, and gold on paper (1975.268.44,45)
Birds and Flowers of the Four Seasons, Momoyama period, early 17th century, Kano School, Japan, Pair of six-fold screens; color on gold-leafed paper (1987.342.1,2)
Central Park, Winter, ca. 1905, William James Glackens (American), Oil on canvas (21.164)
Central Park, Winter: The Skating Pond, 1862, Charles Parsons (American), Lithograph; (63.550.266)
The Forest in Winter at Sunset, ca. 1846–67, Théodore Rousseau (French), Oil on canvas (11.4)
A Group of Children Playing under the Plum Blossoms in the Snow, 1887, Hashimoto Chikanobu (Japanese), Woodblock print (JP3341)
La Frileuse / Winter, 18th century (1787), Jean Antoine Houdon (French), French (Paris), Bronze (62.55)
Landscapes Painted for Yuweng, Qing dynasty, dated 1673, Fan Qi (Chinese), Album of eight leaves; ink and color on paper (1989.363.131)
Poem on the Theme of Snow, Nanobokuchō period (1336–92), Musō Soseki (Japanese), Hanging scroll, ink on paper (2011.534)
Surf, Isles of Shoals, 1913, Childe Hassam (American), Oil on canvas (1996.382)
Tondo: Prudence, ca. 1475, Andrea della Robbia (Italian), Italian (Florence), Terracotta with tinted tin-enamel glazes (21.116)
Triumph of Dionysos and the Seasons Sarcophagus, ca. 260–270, Roman, Marble (55.11.5)
Winter in Union Square, 1889–90, Childe Hassam (American), Oil on canvas (43.116.2)
Winter Landscape, 1970, Anselm Kiefer (German), Watercolor, gouache, and graphite pencil on paper (1995.14.5)
Winter Pool, 1959, Robert Rauschenberg (American), Combine painting: oil, paper, fabric, wood, metal, sandpaper, tape, printed paper, printed reproductions, handheld bellows, and found painting, on two canvases, with ladder (2005.390)
Winter Yosemite Valley, 1933–34, Ansel Adams (American), Gelatin silver print (49.55.177)