A Group of Ainoes the Aboriginies of Japan; attributed to Felice Beato (Italian-...

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The Phillips Museum of Art, Franklin & Marshall College

Name/Title

A Group of Ainoes the Aboriginies of Japan

About this object

A Group of three Ainoes the Aboriginies of Japan. The men have long facial hair, wearing heavy layers of clothing, mostly dirty and unkempt. On back: " A group of Aiones the Aboriginies of Japan. About 600 of them are still found in the "

Place Made

Japan

Maker

attributed to Felice Beato (Italian-British Photographer, 1832-1909)

Date Made

19th century

Medium and Materials

albumen silver / paper / watercolor

Measurements

7 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches

Credit Line

Gift of Mr. David R. Baker

Object Type

photograph

Object number

4540

Copyright Licence  

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