Exhibitions/ Masterpieces from the Permanent Collection

Masterpieces from the Permanent Collection

July 2–November 29, 2005
Exhibitions are free with Museum admission.

Exhibition Overview

The evolution of Japanese arts is explored through this selection of works chosen from the Museum's permanent collection. The objects on view include prehistoric pottery; Buddhist and Shinto sculpture painting; ink monochrome painting; screens from the famous Ryoanji temple, and by celebrated Rinpa masters; Ryukyu lacquerware on loan from the Florence and Herbert Irving collection; woodblock prints by nineteenth-century masters; and an assemblage of recently acquired contemporary ceramics.

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