From left to right:

Court Lady (detail), China, Tang dynasty (618-907). Painted ceramic. Denver Art Museum: Gift of the Dennis and Alyssa Law Foundation in honor of parents, Joseph and Loretta Law, 2020.573

Bowl with Auspicious Symbols (detail), China, Qianlong period (1736-1795), Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Cloisonné. Denver Art Museum: Bequest of Bernadette Berger, 2017.42

Fahua Ware Guardian Lion (detail), China, 1400s, Ming dynasty. Glazed porcelain. Denver Art Museum: Gift of the estate of William Kistler Coors, 2019.347.2A

Noguchi Shohin, Japanese, 1847-1917, Waiting for a Friend in the Jade Pavilion (detail), 1886, late Edo period (1615-1868). Ink on silk. Denver Art Museum: Gift of Drs. John Fong and Colin Johnstone, 2018.200

The Next Phase for Asian Art: Recent Acquisitions and Upcoming Installations

with Douglas Wagner, Curatorial Associate in the Asian Art Department

From left to right:

Court Lady (detail), China, Tang dynasty (618-907). Painted ceramic. Denver Art Museum: Gift of the Dennis and Alyssa Law Foundation in honor of parents, Joseph and Loretta Law, 2020.573

Bowl with Auspicious Symbols (detail), China, Qianlong period (1736-1795), Qing dynasty (1644-1911). Cloisonné. Denver Art Museum: Bequest of Bernadette Berger, 2017.42

Fahua Ware Guardian Lion (detail), China, 1400s, Ming dynasty. Glazed porcelain. Denver Art Museum: Gift of the estate of William Kistler Coors, 2019.347.2A

Noguchi Shohin, Japanese, 1847-1917, Waiting for a Friend in the Jade Pavilion (detail), 1886, late Edo period (1615-1868). Ink on silk. Denver Art Museum: Gift of Drs. John Fong and Colin Johnstone, 2018.200

Este es un evento en línea.

This lecture is part of "An Inside Look: A Series of Curator Talks"

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