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detail from a hokusai painting of a dragon, rotated to appear horizontal, of a dragon in black ink on a tan background

Mad about Painting

https://asia.si.edu/exhibition/mad-about-painting/
<p>Listen to a Smithsonian Sidedoor podcast about Hokusai and the Freer Gallery.</p>

Hokusai at 90

https://asia.si.edu/exhibition/hokusai-at-90/
<p>Explore two of Hokusais last paintings in this interview with Smarthistory.</p>

Curator’s Choice

https://asia.si.edu/exhibition/curators-choice/
<p>Frank Feltens, the curator of this yearlong exhibition about the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai, picked some of his favorite works now on view. Check back in spring 2020, when other works by Hokusai are displayed.</p>

A Perfect Harmony

https://asia.si.edu/exhibition/a-perfect-harmony-2/
<p>Gallery 11 Juxtaposing American and Asian art is a legacy of the founder of our museum, Detroit industrialist Charles Lang Freer. He believed in a universal language of beauty that resonated across time, space, and cultural diversity. Freers taste in American art was formed in the Gilded Age, but he favored refinement over ostentation. In &#8230;</p>

Peacock Room newspaper

https://asia.si.edu/ar/sale2-2/
<p>The New York Herald announces the sale of the Peacock Room</p>

the Peacock Room, 1947

https://asia.si.edu/ar/a0408-2/
<p>The Peacock Room at the Freer Gallery of Art during an extensive renovation in 1947.</p>

the Peacock Room, 1947

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<p>The Peacock Room at the Freer Gallery of Art during an extensive renovation in 1947.</p>

Portrait of Whistler

https://asia.si.edu/ar/f1901-188-4/
<p>Portrait of Whistler by Thomas Robert Way, lithograph on paper, Gift of Charles Lang Freer, F1901.188</p>

Portrait of Whistler

https://asia.si.edu/ar/f1901-188-4/
<p>Portrait of Whistler by Thomas Robert Way, lithograph on paper, Gift of Charles Lang Freer, F1901.188</p>