Credits and References

IMAGE CREDIT

Chapter 1001Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), Fairly Clouds, c. 1917Fumi no Mori Motegi
 002Yukihiko Shimotori, Tea Pot, c.1916Catalogue of the Yukihiko Shimotori exhibition, 1983
 003Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), Take Gari, c.1917Fumi no Mori Motegi
 004Seishyo Hamachi, Fifth Avenue, c.1918Private Collection
Chapter 2005Commemorative Photo at the Civic Club, 1922Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 006Photo of Eitaro Ishigaki (Evening Telegram New York 1922 Nov. 4)Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 007Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), Family, c.1922Tochigi Prefectual Museum of Fine Art
 008Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), Rush Hour in Subway, c.1918Tochigi Prefectual Museum of Fine Art
 009Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), Traffic, c.1920Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1919
 010Masaji Hiramoto, Rodin, c.1922Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1922
Chapter 3011Photo of the Salons of America, c.1922-1923Smithsonian American Art Archives
 012Shinyo Hagida, The Red Bath, c. 1918Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1918
 013Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), Rush Hour in Subway, c. 1918Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1919
 014Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), An Accident (Accident/Injury), c. 1919Fumi no Mori Motegi
 015Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), The Traffic, c. 1920Tochigi Prefectual Museum of Fine Art
 017Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), The Ball, c. 1922Fumi no Mori Motegi
 020Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), An Infant, c. 1922Tochigi Prefectual Museum of Fine Art
 021Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), Block Party, c.1922Fumi no Mori Motegi
 024Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), Ambulance, c. 1920Fumi no Mori Motegi
 025Kotato Gado(T.K. Gado), Subway (Communication in the Under Surface), c.1923Tochigi Prefectual Museum of Fine Art
 016Toshi Shimizu, Yokohama Night (Impression of Yokohama, Night View of Yokohama), 1921Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 018Toshi Shimizu, Ice Cream Pavilion (House at Dyckman), c. 1922Tochigi Prefectual Museum of Fine Art
 019Toshi Shimizu, In a Chop Suey Palor(In the Chop Suey), c. 1921Mie Prefectual Art Museum
 022Toshi Shimizu, China Town at Night, New York(China Town), 1922Tochigi Prefectual Museum of Fine Art
 026Toshi Shimizu, Childs, 1924Fuchu Art Museum
 023Torajiro Watanabe, Symbol of Righteousness, c. 1923Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1923
 027Eitaro Ishigaki, Whipping (The Man With a Whip, Whip), 1925The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
 028Bumpei Usui, Roof at Evening, c. 1925Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1925
 029Torajiro Watanabe, L Train New York, c.1925Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1925
 030Eitaro Ishigaki, Num and Flappers, c. 1925Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 032Eitaro Ishigaki, Processional, 1925, c.1925Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1926
 033Eitaro Ishigaki, Street *Left Panel, 1925Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 034Eitaro Ishigaki, Street *Right Panel, 1925The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama
 037Eitaro Ishigaki, TheMusic Hall on 14th Street (Bald Headed Row), 1924Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
 040Eitaro Ishigaki, Delirium of Eighteenth Amendment, c. 1927Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 046Eitaro Ishigaki, A Musical Band Out of Work (Ferry Bout Troubadour , Unemployment Band), 1928Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
 048Eitaro Ishigaki, Undefeated Arm, 1929The National Museum of Modern Art , Tokyo
 031Noboru Foujioka, “American Sprit,” c. 1926Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1926
 038Noboru Foujioka, Public Constitution, c.1926Catalogue of the Salons of America, 1926
 039Noboru Foujioka, Judgement of New York, c. 1927Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1927
 045Noboru Foujioka, Fraternal Pleasure, c. 1927Catalogue of the Salons of America, 1927
 035Kiyoshi Shimizu, 14th Street, c. 1926Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1926
 041Kiyoshi Shimizu, Music Shop, c. 1927Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1927
 044Kiyoshi Shimizu, Billiards, Chop Suey and Movies, c.1927Catalogue of the Salons of America, 1927
 036Bumpei Usui, Party on the Roof (Summer Evening),1926)Bumpei Usui. (2023, September 10). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bumpei_Usui
 050Bumpei Usui, Summer Afternoon,(Sunday Afternoon), 1928Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama, Japanese Art s who Studied in U.S.A. 1987-1960. Exhibition catalogue, 1987.
 047Bumpei Usui, Ukulele, c.1928Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1928
 051Bumpei Usui, Ctalogue, c.1928The Arts, Vol.VIII, No.6, 1928, June
 134Bumpei Usui, Siesta, c. 1929Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1929
 042Takashi Tsuzuki, Beauty Shop, c.1927Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1927
 043Torajiro Watanabe, Mob and Persecution, c.1927Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1927
 049Chuzo Tamotzu, Sacandaga Park Midway, c.1929Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1929
Chapter 4052A Group Photograph taken at a Japanese exhibition in 1927Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 053Noboru Foujioka, Charleston, c.1927Catalogue of the Salons of America, 1927
 054Noboru Foujioka, American Spirit, c.1926Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1926
 055Masaji Hiramoto, Madame Butterfly, c.1925-1926Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1926
 056Masaji Hiramoto, Musician, c.1925Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1925
 057Kyohei Inukai, Self-Portrait(Reflection), 1918 National Meuseum of Modern Art, Tokyo
 059Eitaro Ichigaki, Two-Story Bus(A Traffic Problem), 1926National Meuseum of Modern Art, Tokyo
 058Eitaro Ishigaki, Nuns and Flappers, c.1925Photo, in the Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 060Kousetu Murata, A Spring Evening, c.1926New York Shimpo, 1927 Jan. 1
 061Kiyoshi Shimizu, Fortheen Street, c.1926Catalogue of the the Society of Independent Artists, 1926
 062Toshi Shimizu, Yokohama・Night, 1921Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 063Soichi Sunami, Portait of My Mother, c.1926New York Shimpo, 1927 Jan. 1
 064Takashi Tuzuki, Landscape, c. 1926New York Shimpo, 1927 Jan. 1
 065Bumpei Usui, Furniture Factory( Machine Shop, Capentors’ Shop), 1925Metropolitan Museum of Art
 066Bumpei Usui, Portrait of a Girl,c.1926New York Shimpo, 1927 Jan. 1
 067Gozo Kawamura, Furederik MacMonnies, c.1926New York Shimpo, 1927 Jan. 1
 068Torajiro Watanabe, Self Portrait, c.1926New York Shimpo, 1927 Jan. 1
 069Sekido Yoshida, East River, c.1927New York Shimpo, 1927 Dec. 31
 070Eitaro Ishigaki, Unemployment, c.1932Catalogue, in the Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 071Thomas Nagai, Interior, c.1935Parunassus,1935,October
 072Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Fruits on Table, 1932Oil on canvas, Object 42H × 30W in (106.68H × 76.20W cm). Sheldon Meuseum of Art, Nebraska Art Association, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Waugh, N-132, 1961
 074Soichi Sunami, Haystack,c.1935Private Collection
 075Bumpei Usui, Interior, 1934Bumpei Usui, Paintings 1925-1949(Exhibition cataloge), Salander Galleries,1979
 076Bumpei Usui, Landscape, 1932Fuji Television Gallery, Bumpei Usui, (Exhibition catalogue), 1983
 077Kikuta Nakagawa, Broken Romance, c.1931catlogue of the Salons of America, 1931
Chapter 5078Sakari Suzuki,Preventive Medicine, c.1937Smithsonian American Art Archives
 079Eitaro Ishigaki, Harlem Courthouse Mural, c.1937-1938Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 080Eitaro Ishigaki, Photo of a Mural, c. 1940Eitaro Ishigaki, ca. 1940. Federal Art Project, Photographic Division collection, circa 1920-1965. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
 081Eitaro Ishigaki, Photo of a Mural, c. 1940Eitaro Ishigaki, ca. 1940. Federal Art Project, Photographic Division collection, circa 1920-1965. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
 082Eitaro Ishigaki, Photo of a Mural, c. 1940Eitaro Ishigaki, ca. 1940. Federal Art Project, Photographic Division collection, circa 1920-1965. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
 083Eitaro Ishigaki’s The Civial War mural at the Harlem Courthouse in New York, c.1937The completed Emancipation of the Negro Slaves panel of Eitaro Ishigaki’s The Civial War mural at the Harlem Courthouse in New York, circa 1937. Federal Art Project, Photographic Division collection, circa 1920-1965. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
 084Eitaro Ishigaki, Photo of a Mural, c. 1937Smithsonian American Art Archives
 085Eitaro Ishigaki, Photo of a Mural, c. 1937Smithsonian American Art Archives
 086Eitaro Ishigaki, Photo of a Mural, c. 1937Smithsonian American Art Archives
 087Yosei Amemiya, Snug Harbor, 1936Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1943
 088Roy Kadowaki, Country Construction, 1936Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1944
 089Roy Kadowaki, Japanese Garden, 1937Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1945
 090Roy Kadowaki, Japanese Plant, 1936Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1946
 091Roy Kadowaki, Flower Arrangement, 1937Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1947
 092Roy Kadowaki, Flower Still Life, c.1936Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1948
 093Kikuta Nakagawa, House on a Hill, c.1935Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1949
 094Kikuta Nakagawa, Flower Still Life, c.1935Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1950
 095Fuji Nakamizo, Wood Pecker, c.1935Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1951
 096Fuji Nakamizo, Peacock Pheasant,c.1935Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1952
 097Fuji Nakamizo, American Wood Cock, c.1935Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1953
 098Thomas Nagai, Small Inlet, c.1935Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1954
 099Thomas Nagai, Greenfields, c.1935Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1955
 100Thomas Nagai, Still Life with Figured Cloth, 1936Genesee Valley Council on the Arts / New Deal Museum, Courtesy of the Fine Arts Collection, U.S. General Services Administration, WPA, Federal Art Project, 1935-1956
Chapter 6101Sakari Suzuki, Of Her Past, 1936Private Collection
 105Chuzo Tamotzu, Fire Trap, c.1937Art Front. December, 1937.
 106Roy Kadowaki, Riverside Drive, c.1938New York Shimpo, 1938,June 15
 107Eitaro Ishigaki, Flight, c.1937Catalogue, Museum of Modern Art Wakayama
 108Chuzo Tamotzu, Militarism Over Japan, c.1937New York Post. December 14, 1937.
 109Sakari Suzuki, War, c.1937New York World Telegram. December 16, 1937.
 114Chuzo Tamotsu, Gas Tank and Flowers, c.1938New York Times. June 26, 1938.
 115Eitaro Ishigaki, Victims of War, c.1938Catalogue, Museum of Modern Art Wakayama
 116Eitaro Ishigaki, Flight, c.1937Catalogue, Museum of Modern Art Wakayama
 113Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Lay Figure, c.1937-1938Oil on Canvas, 38-3/16 x 58-3/16 “unframed; 40-1/8×60-1/8×1-3/4″Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Gift of the T. B. Walker Foundation, Gilbert M. Walker Fund, 1948
 102Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Odd things on Table,Fukutake Collection
 103Eitaro Ishigaki, K.K.K.,1936National Meuseum of Modern Art, Tokyo
 111Thomas Nagai, Art Class, c.1937-1938Catalogue of the American Artists’ Congress, 1938
 112Sakari Suzuki, Landscape, c.1937-1938Catalogue of the American Artists’ Congress, 1938
 110Eitaro Ishigaki, Victim of War, c.1938Catalogue, Museum of Modern Art Wakayama
 117Eitaro Ishigaki, Amazons, 1937Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
 119Chuzo Tamotzu, Where the Cherry Trees Bloom, c.1938-1939Catalogue of the American Artists’ Congress, 1939
 120Thomas Nagai, Broken Wagon, c.1938-1939Catalogue of the American Artists’ Congress, 1939
 121Sakari Suzuki, Hand of Justice, c.1938-1939Catalogue of the American Artists’ Congress, 1939
 122Chuzo Tamotzu, Landscape, c. 1939-1940Catalogue of the American Artists’ Congress, 1940
 123Sakari Suzuki, Problem, c.1939-1940Catalogue of the American Artists’ Congress, 1940
Chapter 7124Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Water Cure, 1943Fukutake Collection
 125Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Kiler, 1943Fukutake Collection
 126Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Destroy this Menace, Buy U.S. War Bonds, 1943Fukutake Collection
 127Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Clean Up This Mess, 1942Fukutake Collection
 128Chuzo Tamotzu, Teared Map of China, 1933 Private Collection
 129Chuzo Tamotzu, Victim of Militalism, 1940Private Collection
 130Chuzo Tamotzu, Tanks and Soliders, 1944Private Collection
 131Chuzo Tamotzu, Dilemma, 1941Private Collection
 132Toshi Shimizu, Charge, 1943Tochigi Prefectual Museum of Fine Art
 133Toshi Shimizu, Machine Guns, 1943Tochigi Prefectual Museum of Fine Art
 134Bumpei Usui, Siesta, c.1930The Arts, Vol. XVI, No.7,1930, March

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American Artists’ Congress. First American Artists Congress. New York City. 1936.

―――.First Annual Membership Exhibition, 1937. (Exhibition catalog). New York: Rockefeller Center, New York.

―――.Second Annual Membership Exhibition, 1938. (Exhibition catalog). New York:  Rockefeller Center, New York.

―――.Third Annual Membership Exhibition, 1939. (Exhibition catalog). New York: Rockefeller Center, New York.

―――.Fourth Annual Membership Exhibition, 1940. (Exhibition catalog). New York: Rockefeller Center, New York.

An Exhibition in Defense of World Democracy—Dedicated to the peoples of Spain and China. (Exhibition catalog) (New York: The A.C.A. Gallery, 1937). 

Annual Exhibition of The Japanese Art Association. (Exhibition catalog) (New York: The Yamanaka Galleries, 1917).

Azuma Gallery. Half Century of Japanese Artists in New York, 1910’-1950’(Exhibition catalo)    (New York: The Azuma Gallery, 1977)

Exhibition of Paintings. (Exhibition catalog) (New York: The MacDowell Club, 1918). 

Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, by Japanese Artists. (Exhibition catalog)(New York: The A.C.A.Gallery, 1935). 

Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, by Japanese Artists. (Exhibition catalog) (New York:  The A.C.A. Gallery, 1936).

Exhibition of Paintings and Sculptures by The Japanese Artists Society of New York City, (Exhibition catalog). (New York: The Civic Club, 1922). 

The First Annual Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, by Japanese Artists in New York. (Exhibition catalog)(New York:  The Art Center, 1927).

Nippon Club. Special Exhibition of Works by Noboru Foujioka (Exhibition catalog, The Nippon Club, 1924).

Paintings by New York Chinese-Japanese Artists.(Exhibition catalog) (New York: The A.C.A. Gallery, 1937).

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―――.Autumn Salon. (New York: The American Art Association Anderson Galleries, 1925).

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