Collections: Asian Art

  • 1st Floor
    Arts of Africa, Steinberg Family Sculpture Garden
  • 2nd Floor
    Arts of Asia and the Islamic World
  • 3rd Floor
    Egyptian Art, European Paintings
  • 4th Floor
    Contemporary Art, Decorative Arts, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art
  • 5th Floor
    Luce Center for American Art

On View: Fox Runner Effigy Vessel

The anthropomorphic fox on this Moche effigy vessel wears a large, circular disk headdress that is also seen on fineline painted vessels, wh...

Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

    On View: Vase

    Early Qing porcelain decoration developed toward designs that equaled other luxury products for the imperial court. The painting of mytholog...

     

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    Ewer with CoverCovered TrayUmar, Disguised as Mazmahil the Surgeon, Practices Quackery on the Sorcerers of AntaliAn Old Man Walking by a Stream, with Distant MountainsShrine with an Image of a BodhisattvaArghan Div Brings the Chest of Armor to HamzaSudden Shower Over Shin-Ohashi Bridge and Atake (Ohashi Atake no Yudachi), No. 58 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoCherry Blossom Viewing PicnicWine Vessel (Zun) in the Form of a GooseRitual Tripod Vessel (Ding)Head of a GuardianLandscapeBowl in the Shape of a Gourd, Kyoto WareSegawa Kikunojo III as Oshizu, Wife of Tanabe BunzoNihonbashiDish Depicting a Dragon Amongst FoliageSeated DivinityPlum Garden, Kamata (Kamata no Umezono), No. 27 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoInside Kameido Tenjin Shrine (Kameido Tenjin Keidai), No. 65 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoScattered Pines, Tone River, No. 71 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoHaneda Ferry and Benten Shrine (Haneda no Watashi Benten), No. 72 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoBamboo Yards, Kyobashi Bridge, No. 76 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoFireworks at Ryogoku (Ryogoku Hanabi), No. 98 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoFukagawa Lumberyards, No. 106 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoFukagawa Susaki and Jumantsubo, No. 107 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoThe Emperors Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan with Their Ministers and Prince Dara ShikohTraveling CofferExport Portable Desk (Bargueño)Large JarWine Jar with Fish and Aquatic PlantsGotenyama, Shinagawa, No. 28 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoRyogoku Bridge and the Great Riverbank, No 59 from One Hundred Views of EdoFive Pines, Onagi Canal, No. 97 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoBuddhist Ritual Object in Form of a Canopy on Lotus BaseDressing a Boy on the Occasion of His First Letting His Hair GrowBeauties of the Latest Fashion Compared with the Beauty of Flowers (Tosei Bijin), from Flower Playing Cards (Hana-awase)Plum Estate, Kameido (Kameido Umeyashiki), No. 30 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoKinryuzan Temple, Asakusa (Asakusa Kinryuzan), No. 99 from One Hundred Famous View of EdoOumayagashi, No. 105 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoKasumigaseki, No. 2 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoUeno Yamashita, No. 12 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoFlower Pavilion, Dango Slope, Sendagi, No. 16 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoView to the North From Asukayama, No. 17 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoThe Kawaguchi Ferry and Zenkoji Temple, No. 20 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoNew Fuji, Meguro, No. 24 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoArmor-Hanging Pine, Hakkeisaka, No. 26 in One Hundred Famous Views of EdoNight View of the Matsuchiyama and Samya Canal (Matsuchiyama Sanyabori Yakei), No. 34 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoSuijin Shrine and Massaki on the Sumida River (Sumidagawa Suijin no Mori Massaki), No. 35 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoTile Kilns and Hashiba Ferry, Sumida River (Sumidagawa Hashiba no Watashi Kawaragawa), No. 37 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoPine of Success and Oumayagashi, Asakusa River, No. 61 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoHorikiri Iris Garden (Horikiri no Hanashobu), No. 64 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoSakasai Ferry, No. 67 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoAsakusa River, Great Riverbank, Miyato River, No. 60 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoThe City Flourishing, Tanabata Festival, No. 73 from One Hundred Famous Views of EdoSilk-Goods Lane, Odenma-cho, No. 74 from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

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