Ukiyo-e with DAC Open Access Images
Photo Credit: photo: J. Giammatteo
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Manner of Opening a Paper Doorlate 18th century - early 19th century
175 x 120 mm (6.9 x 4.7 in.)
Bunkyu Sakura, Japanese, (1767–1830)
- customs - Usages, practices, or conventions that regulate social life. W [January 1991 alternate term added.]
- sex role - Pattern of attitudes and behavior that in any society is deemed appropriate to one sex rather than another. For the concept of physiological traits that distinguish the males and females of a species, use "sex." For the sum of an individual's sexual emotions, ideas, and behavior, use "sexuality." ERIC9 [February 1993 descriptor moved. December 1992 related term added. November 1991 related terms added. January 1991 scope note added. May 1990 lead-in term added.]
- sheet Dimensions: 175 x 120 mm (6 7/8 x 4 3/4 in.)
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Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: J. Giammatteo) .
Bunkyu Sakura, Japanese, (1767–1830) . Manner of Opening a Paper Door, from Pictures of Female Manners (Onna Reishiki Zuga), late 18th century - early 19th century. From Pictures of Female Manners (Onna Reishiki Zuga). Color woodcuts with silver paint accents. sheet : 175 x 120 mm (6 7/8 x 4 3/4 in.). DAC accession number 19184.108.40.206. Gift of Juwil C. and Virgil W. Topazio (BA Wesleyan 1943), 1985. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: J. Giammatteo) .
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