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“The Poet Ariwara no Narihira (825–880) and Ono no Komachi,” from the series Five Colors of Love for the Six Poetic Immortals (Goshiki-zome rokkasen)

Credit: Gift of Estate of Samuel Isham, 1914Culture: JapanAccession Number: JP975Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Cupid at the Altar of Love

Credit: Gift of Irwin Untermyer, 1964Accession Number: 64.101.570a, bLearn more on The Met’s website…

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Wounded Love

Credit: Gift of Samuel P. Avery, 1893Accession Number: 97.15.2Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Snuffbox with scene of two maids and cupid at altar of love

Credit: The Frederic Danne Bequest, given by Frances L. Wilson, 1907Accession Number: 09.127.2Learn more on The Met’s website…

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The Oiran Hanagiku Reading a Love Letter While Standing

Credit: Gift of Frank Lloyd Wright, 1918Culture: JapanAccession Number: JP470Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Ornament: Love Token

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1918Culture: ChinaAccession Number: 18.43.14Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Terpsichore, Muse of Dance and Erato, Muse of Love Poetry

DescriptionTwo classically dressed women dancing. The one at left plays a lyre; the one at right raises her arm.TypeImageView Originalhttp://collection.cooperhewitt.org/view/objects/asitem/id/10668SourceCooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design MuseumCreatorFelice Giani, Italian, 1758–1823NotesCatalogue Status: Research in…

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Yaoya O Shichi Standing, Holding a Love Letter and a Battledore

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1914Culture: JapanAccession Number: JP189Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Omnia Vincit Amor, or The Power of Love in the Three Elements

Credit: Maria DeWitt Jesup Fund, 1923Culture: AmericanAccession Number: 95.22.1Learn more on The Met’s website…

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