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|Title:||"Fuji seen from Totomi"|
|Keywords:||The Jessie L. Clough Art Memorial for Teaching|
|Abstract:||This image is of a barefoot man climbing up a contraption. He is wearing a green shirt and is carrying something in his hand. He is partially bald. Below the contraption are three other older looking men. They each are doing a task by themselves. In the distance there is a tall snowy mountain. In front of the mountain in the foreground, there is a long hut made of straw. Throughout the image there is smoke. Some of the smoke is black, but some is white. On the back is a sticker in the bottom right corner which says the title and artist of the painting.�|
|Description:||This object was photographed and inventoried during summer 2017 by Jane Esklidsen '19 and Reagan Alley '18. It was uploaded to DLynx during fall 2018. Please note that the date issued field refers to the date of the digital object's creation. The temporal coverage field contains date information for the actual physical object, when known.|
|Appears in Collections:||Rhodes College Collection of Artwork and Artifacts|
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