Exhibition Curator: Stephen Margulies, Bayly Art Museum
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The Bayly Art Museum wishes to thank heartily Professor Sandy Kita of the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, for his scholarly advice in preparing this exhibition. He helped to guide us through the maze of Kabuki allusions. We also wish to thank Professor Gary Allinson of the Corcoran Department of History and Professor Akemi Ohira of the McIntire Department of Art of the University of Virginia for their generous help. We also wish to thank the Ronin Gallery of New York for lending us important work by Kunisada and Yoshitoshi. And many thanks go to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Guy Wilson for their generous loan. As a result of this exhibition, through private and foundation support, the Bayly Art Museum was able to acquire three works by Yoshitoshi.

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