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 Decade: 1900-1909
Sojo Henjo and Ono no Komachi

Sojo Henjo and Ono no Komachi

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Date: 1905
Creator: Tomioka Eisen
Description: The vertically oriented postcard depicts a seated man and woman who is covering her mouth with her kimono.
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Soldier in a Parody of Benkei

Soldier in a Parody of Benkei

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Date: 1905
Creator: Asai Chu
Description: This vertically oriented postcard depicts a soldier shoveling. Weapons and tools are on his back and his facial expression is fierce and angry. The ground of the card is a tan with no background setting indicated.
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Stained Glass Design of Torii Gate in a Compendium of Birds from the New Year's Edition of Jitsugyo Shonen

Stained Glass Design of Torii Gate in a Compendium of Birds from the New Year's Edition of Jitsugyo Shonen

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Date: 1909
Creator: Nakamura Fusetsu
Description: The vertically oriented postcard depicts in a stained-glass style a rooster seated atop a gate with a stylized sun in the background.
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Still Life with Pumpkin

Still Life with Pumpkin

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Date: 1905
Creator: Paula Modersohn-Becker
Description: Painting depicting still life with pumpkin.
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Street, Dresden

Street, Dresden

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Date: 1908
Creator: Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig
Description: None
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Sunbonnet

Sunbonnet

Date: 1900/1909
Creator: unknown
Description: Sunbonnet of off-white calico cotton with a tiny repeated print of three stylized leaves in brown. The brim of the hat is quilted in L-shaped rows of stitching and is very stiff from starch and stiffening material within it. The crown is gathered along the entire length of the seam where it attaches to the brim. The crown and tail are formed from a single piece of fabric, and the tail is stitched flat to the lower sides of brim. The neck is adjustable, having outer neck ties stitched to the lower corners of the brim on both sides. The chin ties are of the same fabric, with unfinished edges. The long tail on the bonnet indicates that it was used as a field bonnet. The TFC thanks Rebecca Jumper Matheson for her research on this object.
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Supper at Nymphenburg Park

Supper at Nymphenburg Park

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Date: 1908
Creator: Slevogt, Max
Description: The close detail of this painting shows the table with the men dining and their waiter. The loose brushwork is visible in this detail.
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Supper at Nymphenburg Park

Supper at Nymphenburg Park

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Date: 1908
Creator: Slevogt, Max
Description: The painting depicts a group of men at a dining table on the landing of a large set of stairs to a large building. A waiter stands at their side. The brushstrokes are long and loose.
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Taj Mahal Hotel

Taj Mahal Hotel

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Date: 1900~
Creator: Chambers, William Isaac
Description: The facade of the large hotel is visible with its arched portals, onion cupolas and domes. The hotel sits next to the Arabian Sea.
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Taj Mahal Hotel

Taj Mahal Hotel

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Date: 1900~
Creator: Chambers, William Isaac
Description: The corner with an onion dome is visible along with sweeping view of portion of the side facades.
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