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Food Container (Kui)

Eastern Han dynasty (25–220)

Man stealing food from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 217v

Detail of a bas-de-page scene of a man stealing food from a blind beggar's bowl, through a tube. Image taken from f. 217v of Decretals of Gregory IX with glossa ordinaria (the 'Smithfield Decretals'). Written in Latin.

Man stealing food from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 217v

Detail of a bas-de-page scene of a man stealing food from a blind beggar's bowl, through a tube. Image taken from f. 217v of Decretals of Gregory IX with glossa ordinaria (the 'Smithfield Decretals'). Written in Latin.

Woman offering food from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 163v

Detail of a bas-de-page scene of a woman offering food to a man. Image taken from f. 163v of Decretals of Gregory IX with glossa ordinaria (the 'Smithfield Decretals'). Written in Latin.

Octagonal food box with pommel scrolls

Ming dynasty (1368–1644)

Cibus (Food) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 264v

Detail of a historiated initial 'C'(ibus) of a banquet. Image taken from f. 264v of Omne Bonum (Absolucio-Circumcisio). Written in Latin.

Food Box with Striped Decoration and Chinese Figures

The geometric patterns on the side of this tiered food box derive from Indian and Southeast Asian textiles introduced to Japan as part of the global trade that linked different parts of Asia with each other and... more

Lacquer Bowl for New Year Food

Ryūryūkyo Shinsai (Japanese, active ca. 1799–1823) Edo period (1615–1868)

Orange, Dried Persimmons, Herring-Roe and Different Nuts; Food Used for the Celebration of the New Year

Ryūryūkyo Shinsai (Japanese, active ca. 1799–1823) Edo period (1615–1868)

Food bowl

Edo period (1615–1868)

Basket of food

In 1964, Loretta Hines Howard generously presented to the Museum over 140 Neapolitan crèche figures, dating from the second half of the eighteenth century. The varied assortment includes figures from the three ... more

Stacked Food Box (Jūbako) with “Whose Sleeves?” (Tagasode) Design

The design of this elegant food box, created for a celebratory meal such as a New Year’s feast, features kimono racks with draped-over kimonos and accessories, such as amulets, perfume bags, and even an inrō (p... more

Food warmer with insert

This vessel was probably intended to be used in the intimate living quarters of a house, which, in the eighteenth century would have been far removed from the kitchen. The porcelain insert once held a metal lin... more

An Angel Bringing Food to a Hermit

Jean Honoré Fragonard (French, Grasse 1732–1806 Paris)

Food warmer

Doccia manufactory

Cakes and Food Made of Seaweed

Kubo Shunman (Japanese, 1757–1820)

Seaweed Food and Kitchen Utensils

Kubo Shunman (Japanese, 1757–1820)

Bowl of New Year Food

Teisai Hokuba (Japanese, 1771–1844) Edo period (1615–1868)

Wine Goblet and Lacquer Food Box with New Year’s Meal

Totoya Hokkei (Japanese, 1780–1850) Edo period (1615–1868)

Tiered Food Box with Summer and Autumn Fruits

This box, designed for the storage and serving of sumptuous edibles at festive occasions, has a continuous design of summer and autumn fruits, including grapes, melons, loquats, and pears. The lacquer ground is... more

Man Sitting on the Ground with Jars and Food

Anonymous, British, 19th century

The food question down south

Editorial cartoon shows Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate states, offering a new pair of boots to General Beauregard who, though barefoot, would rather have food for his troops.

Glimpses at the Freedmen's Bureau. Issuing rations to the old and sick / from a sketch by our special artist, Jas. E. Taylor.

Print shows African Americans gathered outside the Freedmen's Bureau in Richmond, Virginia. A woman is handing a slip of paper through a window to a man seated inside.

Food fishes of the sea...United States Building

Wood engraving from Harper's Weekly, 1876, of interior scenes of the Phila. Centennial Exhibition.