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Individual serving bowl in style of Yellow Seto ware

https://asia.si.edu/object/F1902.66

Individual serving bowl. Clay: hard, ringing, grayish. Glaze: yellow over cream; thin overflows of brownish-olive. Underfired iron-ash glaze. On base, scar of clay ring used for stacking.

Contemporary Art

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Objects 1 – 27 of 27 FSC-GR-649 Print depicting a camel train FSC-GR-780.529.1-2 Sei shuku kai FSC-GR-782.1-2 Untitled FSC-P-6774a-d Faceted flower vase FSC-P-6778a-f Tea bowl, Black Oribe style ware FSC-P-6779a-f Tea bowl, Ido style ware FSC-P-6965a-c Ao no kokei (Scene of cobalt blue) FSC-P-6966.1 Wooden plank FSC-P-6966.2 Wooden plank FSC-P-6966.3 Wooden plank FSC-P-6966.4 Wooden plank …

Southeast Asian Art | Ceramics

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Learn more about the Freer|Sackler’s collections of Ceramics in Mainland Southeast Asia Objects 1 – 52 of 783 S2004.10 Vessel with round bottom and overall paddle-impressed texture S1998.124 Vessel with incised decoration S2004.13 Vessel with round bottom, incised decor, and overall cord-wrapped paddle-impressed texture S2004.62 Vessel with round bottom and overall cord-impressed texture S2004.12 Pot …

Chinese Art

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Objects 1 – 52 of 2672 FSC-B-1 Base of a ku FSC-B-2 Stem from a Ku type vessel FSC-B-3 two parts of a broken ceremonial vessel of the type ku FSC-B-4 Top of broken ceremonial vessel of type ku FSC-B-5 Top of broken ceremonial vessel of type ku FSC-B-6 Top of broken ceremonial vessel of …

Detail of Whistler's Fighting Peacocks in gold on turquoise

Exhibition Catalogues

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Whistler in Watercolor: Lovely Little Games Lee Glazer, Emily Jacobson, Blythe McCarthy, and Katherine Roeder For renowned artist James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903), watercolor was the medium through which he reinvented himself in the 1880s. No one was more smitten with Whistler and his works than Charles Lang Freer, who amassed the world’s largest collection of …

Dinner for Five: Japanese Serving Dishes for Elegant Meals

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Media only: Brenda Kean Tabor: 202.357.4880 ext. 319 Barbara Kram: 202.357.4880 ext. 219 Public only: 202.357.2700 Dinner for Five: Japanese Serving Dishes for Elegant Meals From March 4 through Oct. 21, 2001 the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art (Jefferson Drive and 12th Street S.W.) presents “Dinner for Five: Japanese Serving Dishes for Elegant Meals,” a small exhibition …

An array of asian dishes

Taste

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Explore the flavors of Asia inside the museums and on the National Mall. Family’s Middle Eastern Menu is More than Just Hummus For this Momo Maker, Tibetan Dumplings are a Family Tradition Technique Meets Tradition in this Japanese-Inspired Eatery The Secret of Afghan Hospitality: The Guest is like a Gift Global Spice Lounge Sunday, October …

Southeast Asian Art | Study Collection

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Objects 1 – 52 of 3094 FSC-P-39 Base of a bowl FSC-P-40 Fragment of a large dish decorated with bird on flowering branches FSC-P-401 Jarlet with two lugs FSC-P-402 Figure of six ducks FSC-P-403 Figure of elephant with rider FSC-P-404 Fragment of jar shoulder, iron-brown glaze FSC-P-405 Fragment from base of bowl FSC-P-406 Fragment of …