Connection Information

To perform the requested action, WordPress needs to access your web server. Please enter your FTP credentials to proceed. If you do not remember your credentials, you should contact your web host.

Connection Type

Hauge Family Photographs - National Museum of Asian Art

Hauge Family Photographs

Detail of a pattern
/data/asia.v2023/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/nmaa-edan-integrations/libs/templates/utilities/edan_archive.php on line 201

Warning: Attempt to read property "content" on null in /data/asia.v2023/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/nmaa-edan-integrations/libs/templates/utilities/edan_archive.php on line 201
">

At A Glance

View Digital Content on SOVA
  • Creator

    Hauge, Victor
  • Dates

    ca.1980-1993?
  • Physical Description

    10 Items (6 linear feet)
  • Collection ID

    FSA.A1993.02
  • EDAN ID

    ead_collection:sova-fsa-a1993-02
  • Scope and Contents

    Ten photograph albums with 961 color prints, created by Victor and Takako Hauge and Osborne and Gratia Hauge to document Khmer and Near Eastern ceramics in the Hauge Collection. Victor and his brother Osborne Hauge were in different branches of the foreign service, and with their wives, lived and traveled for many years in the Far and Near East. Many of the ceramic objects were acquired during this period.
  • Biographical / Historical

    Victor Hauge (d. 2013) and his brother Osborne Hauge (d. 2004) were in different branches of the foreign service, and with their wives Takako and Gratia (d. 2000), lived and traveled for many years in East Asia and the Near East. The Hauges also contributed thousands of items from across Asia to the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. In 1979, Victor and Takako Hauge co-wrote "Folk Traditions in Japanese Art."
  • Local Numbers

    FSA A1993.02
  • Creator

    Hauge, Victor
    Hauge, Takako
  • Names

    Hauge family -- Art collections
  • Place

    Middle East
    Cambodia
  • Topic

    Pottery -- Illustrations -- Middle East
    Pottery, Khmer -- Illustrations
  • Provenance

    The Hauge Collection was donated to the Archives by Victor L. Hauge in 1993.
  • Custodial History

    Gift of Victor L. Hauge, 1993
  • Archival Repository

    Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
  • Type

    Collection descriptions
    Archival materials
    Photographs
  • Citation

    Hauge Family Photographs, FSA.A1993.02. National Museum of Asian Art Archives. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Gift of Victor L. Hauge, 1993.
  • Arrangement

    Organized in the original manner in three photograph albums.
  • Genre/Form

    Photographs
  • Restrictions

    Collection is open for research.

Repository Contact

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives
National Museum of Asian Art Archives
Washington, D.C. 20013
AVRreference@si.edu