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Spanning a period from the fourth millennium B.C. to the present, our Asian Art collection illustrates the wide-ranging achievements of Asian artists and artisans. Discover more works from the expansive histories of these cultures, and explore more of our collection at http://denverartmuseum.org/collections/asian-art.

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Exceptionally Rare Chinese Carved Ivory Pendant after designs by Daniel Mignot, Augsburg, active and his contemporaries. Made in China for the European Market, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Ethnic Jewelry, Antic Jewellery, Jade Jewelry, Vintage Accessories, Art Deco Necklace, Art Deco Jewelry

Exceptionally Rare Chinese Carved Ivory Pendant after designs by Daniel Mignot, Augsburg, active 1593–1616 and his contemporaries - Michael Backman Ltd

This rare and unique pendant of the first half of the seventeenth century is made of ivory and almost certainly in China. The scrollwork designs of both front and back are based on ornamental prints by the Augsburg-based Huguenot engraver Daniel Mignot and his contemporaries. (See below for examples of Mignot’s engravings, and here for … Read more

Utagawa Kunisada (1786–1864), Kabuki actor Iwai Hanshirō V offstage arranging irises, 1820s. Colour woodblock print. Courtesy British Museum Women In France, New Orleans Museums, Third Gender, Art Fund, Roman Era, Pubs And Restaurants, Spring Pictures, Sex And Love, Japanese Prints

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Utagawa Kunisada (1786–1864), Kabuki actor Iwai Hanshirō V offstage arranging irises, 1820s. Colour woodblock print. Courtesy British Museum

Ming Glazed Terracotta Sculpture of a Fu Dog - Barakat Gallery Store Sculptures, Lion Sculpture, Fu Dog, Buddhist Temple, Evil Spirits, Asian Art, Terracotta, Symbols, Statue

Ming Glazed Terracotta Sculpture of a Fu Dog - Barakat Gallery Store

While sculptures of Fu Dogs such as this outstanding blue and green-glazed example originally stood guard outside of Buddhist temples, by the time of the Ming Dynasty, when this work was created, the Dogs had lost most of their religious significance and were placed outside the entrances to homes and palaces out of custom. Even today, many monumental public buildings are decorated with lion figures standing guard at the base of the stairway. Traditionally the Fu Dog is depicted with one of…

Minouk Lim, Camel's Ocean, 2015. Tina Kim Gallery Institutional Critique, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Korean Artist, National Museum, Art Google, Asian Art, Sculptures, Artsy

10 Korean Artists Who Are Shaping Contemporary Art

From Park Chan-kyong and Haegue Yang to Tiffany Jaeyeon Shin and Kim Heecheon, these influential artists embrace and challenge the notion of “Korean art.”

The largest museum in the U. devoted exclusively to Asian art marks Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with newly launched online programming and digital partnerships. Asian Art Museum, San Francisco Museums, Heritage Month, Virtual Museum, Art Journal Techniques, Tea Art, Traditional Paintings, Museum Of Fine Arts, The Ordinary

(Correction) Wake Up and Embark on a Journey that Will Change You…Forever, Says the Asian Art Museum

Tsherin Sherpa (Nepalese, b. 1968), The Melt, 2017. Acrylic, ink, and gold on canvas. Asian Art Museum, Museum purchase, 2017.44. © Tsherin Sherpa. Photograph © Asian Art Museum.

euphoria 100320 By Hideki Kuwajima, 2010 hideki kuwajima is a japanese artist based in osaka who creates complex assemblage sculpture from found objects. Found Object Art, Found Art, Collages, Collage Art, Drawn Art, Plastic Art, Assemblage Art, To Infinity And Beyond, Sculpture Art

hideki kuwajima

hideki kuwajima is a japanese artist based in osaka who creates complex assemblage sculpture from found objects.

Chinese Contemporary Artist Li Tianbing Fuses Joy with Protest in His New London Exhibition Chicago Murals, Art Advisor, Trail Of Tears, Galleries In London, Venice Biennale, Unusual Art, Natural World, American Artists, Art World

Li Tianbing’s Art Exhibition at JD Malat Gallery

On May 2, a very interesting art exhibition opened its doors at JD Malat Gallery in London. Titled “Urban Scene,” it is entirely dedicated to the work of Li

 Joomchi is a process similar to felting and creates a stunning, textural surface, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Paper Book, Paper Art, Art Du Fil, Fabric Manipulation, Book Making, Art Plastique, Bookbinding

Jiyoung Chung

Paper Art, Jiyoung Chung, Artist, Korean Joomchi papermaking techniques

 Peking glass snuff bottle, flattened rectangular form tapering to the bottom, decorated with an array of colors and natural and bird motifs, has stopper. Height 3 in. Perfumes Vintage, Antique Perfume Bottles, Vintage Bottles, Perfume Oils, Bottle Box, Bottle Vase, Glass Bottles, Chinoiserie, Small Bottles

Chinese Peking Glass Snuff Bottle - Aug 03, 2013 | Altair Auctions in MA

China, 19th C., Peking glass snuff bottle, flattened rectangular form tapering to the bottom, decorated with an array... Item was passed

Traditional Thai Style Painting Art On The Temple Door Royalty Free Stock Photo, Pictures, Images And Stock Photography.

Traditional Thai style painting art on the temple door

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he, tianjian rise of the brill ||| landscape ||| sotheby's hk0694lot862s2en Japanese Painting, Chinese Landscape Painting, Chinese Painting, Japan Landscape, Landscape Art, Traditional Japanese Art, Art Japonais, China Art, Tattoo Ideas

he, tianjian rise of the brill ||| landscape

he, tianjian rise of the brill ||| landscape ||| sotheby's hk0694lot862s2en

Shakyamuni Buddha - Shakyamuni - Rubin Museum of Art - Eastern Tibet Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Art, Buddha Buddhism, Creative Arts Therapy, Art Therapy, Montreal Museums, Thangka Painting, Georges Braque, Asian Art

Shakyamuni Buddha, 16th century

Shakyamuni Buddha, 16th century. Courtesy of the Rubin Museum of Art.

One of the most beloved deities in Himalayan and Inner Asian Buddhist traditions, Tara, known as the “saviouress,” is often appealed to through the recitation of her invocation (mantra), known to lay and religious persons alike. Buddhist Shrine, Buddhist Art, Easy Meditation, Guided Meditation, Buddhist Traditions, Green Tara, Gods And Goddesses, Deities, Art World

Green Tara, 13th century

Green Tara, 13th century. Courtesy of the Rubin Museum of Art.

Available for sale from Eli Klein Gallery, Zhang Dali, Deep Blue Sky Cyanotype photogram and ink on rice paper, 199 × cm Dali, Impression Textile, Sun Prints, Bleu Indigo, Cyanotype, Blue Aesthetic, Aesthetic Collage, Art Plastique, Bird Art

Zhang Dali | Deep Blue Sky No.3 (2013) | Available for Sale | Artsy

Available for sale from Eli Klein Gallery, Zhang Dali, Deep Blue Sky No.3 (2013), Cyanotype photogram and ink on rice paper, 199 × 116.5 cm

A Japanese Satsuma vase in the shape of a baluster with birds and a flowering branch .A Japanese Satsuma vase with a baluster shape, with birds and flowering branch decor on an orange background and Japanese Vase, Japanese Porcelain, Japanese Ceramics, Chinese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Porcelain Black, Porcelain Skin, Porcelain Doll, China Porcelain

Satsuma Pottery; Japanese, Vase, Baluster-Form, Bird & Flowering Branch, 12 inch.

A Japanese Satsuma vase having a baluster form, with birds and flowering branch decoration on a orange background and brocade neck, Japan, circa 1876-1925