Harvard Art Museums. 02138 Quintana Heathman is the curatorial fellow in Japanese art at the Harvard Art Museums. A lot, as it turns out. On View, February 14, 2020–July 26, 2020.

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What can the “President’s Chair,” a beloved historical object at Harvard, tell us about patriarchy? The OFA building is closed, but our staff is ready to support your artmaking wherever you are! By creating your Harvard Art Museums account you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Leading the revival of realism in the visual arts, the Art Renewal Center (ARC), a 501(C)(3), non-profit, educational foundation, hosts the largest online museum dedicated to realist art only and includes works by the old masters, 19th century, and contemporary realists as well as articles, letters and other online resources. The exhibition is drawn from the holdings of the General Artemas Ward House, a Harvard-owned museum in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk. You can build your own collections and more. Painting Edo: Japanese Art from the Feinberg Collection Harvard Art Museums / Fogg Museum | Bush-Reisinger Museum | Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Classical period, Late, to Early Hellenistic, Five Dynasties period to Northern Song period, Han dynasty, Eastern Han period, 25-220 CE, Han dynasty, Western Han period, 206 BCE-9 CE, Hellenistic period to Early Roman Imperial, Hellenistic period, Late, to Early Roman Imperial, Jōmon period, Middle, c. 2500-c. 1500 BCE, Licchavi (5th-9th century) to Thakuri (9th-12th century) dynasty, Lower Xiajiadian culture, c. 2000-1500 BCE, Momoyama (1568-1615) to Edo (1615-1868) period, Muromachi (1392-1568) to Edo (1615-1868) period, Muromachi (1392-1568) to Momoyama (1568-1615) period, Muromachi period, Late or Momoyama period, Nambokuchō (1333-1392) to Muromachi (1392-1568) period, Neolithic period, Dawenkou culture, c. 4300-2600 BCE, Neolithic period, Hongshan culture, c. 4500-3000 BCE, Neolithic period, Liangzhu culture, c. 3300-2200 BCE, Neolithic period, Longshan culture, c. 3000-1900 BCE, Neolithic period, Majiayao culture, c. 3300-2000 BCE, Neolithic period, Peiligang culture, c. 6500-5000 BCE, Neolithic period, Qujialing culture, c. 3000-2500 BCE, Neolithic period, Shandong Longshan culture, c. 2600-2000 BCE, Neolithic period, Songze culture, c. 3900-3300 BCE, Neolithic period, Yangshao culture, c. 5000-3000 BCE, Northern and Southern Dynasties period to Sui dynasty, Northern and Southern Dynasties period, 420-589, Roman Imperial period, Late, to Early Byzantine, Roman Republican period, Late, to Early Imperial, Song dynasty, Northern Song period, 960-1127, Song dynasty, Southern Song period, 1127-1279, Taishō to Shōwa period, early 20th century, Three Kingdoms period, Kaya, 42 BCE-562 CE, Three Kingdoms period, Koguryŏ, 37 BCE-668 CE, Three Kingdoms period, Paekche, 18 BCE-660 CE, Three Kingdoms period, Silla, 57 BCE-668 CE, Zhou dynasty, Eastern Zhou period, 770-256 BCE, Zhou dynasty, Spring and Autumn period, 770-476 BCE, Zhou dynasty, Warring States period, 475-221 BCE, Zhou dynasty, Western Zhou period, c. 1050-771 BCE, Philippopolis-Trimontium (Moesia Inferior), All Drypoint, softground etching and aquatint, All Etching, softground etching and aquatint, All Etching, softground etching and drypoint, All Etching, stipple engraving and roulette, All Ink, light color and metallic pigment, All Ink, opaque watercolor, gold and silver, All Photolithograph, collagraph, and chine collée, All Softground etching and aquatint and etching, All Softground etching, aquatint and woodcut, All Softground etching, mezzotint, and aquatint. This stunning painting is part of the Robert S. and Betsy G. Feinberg Collection, an extraordinary collection of over 300 works that spans the breadth of Edo period (1615–1868) painting.

The moon holds a special association with autumn in Japan, as evinced by the first painting mentioned above, Tani Bunchō’s Grasses and Moon. Auburn St.Cambridge, MA 02138phone: 617.495.8676fax: 617.495.8690email: ofa@fas.harvard.educeramics@fas.harvard.edudance@fas.harvard.edu74 Mt Auburn Office Hours:Monday-Friday 9 AM-5 PM, The Office for the Arts logo design is a trademark of President and Fellows of Harvard College. Look for the next installation of the Japanese and East Asian galleries in early December 2015. PHOTO: “Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen,” Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas, Harvard Art Museums collection. Other than Gallery 224 at the OFA Ceramics Studio, a 680 sq. The period also saw increased interest in imported Chinese and Western painting styles.

We’re here to bring you stories that reflect the power of art to soothe the mind, inspire conversation, and bring people together. Harvard Art Museums By creating your Harvard Art Museums account you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Cambridge, Here are helpful contacts and information about all OFA programs. Harvard Museum of Natural HistoryCollection of Historical Scientific InstrumentsPeabody Museum of Archaeology and EthnologyHarvard Semitic Museum, Arnold Arboretum Fisher Museum at the Harvard ForestMuseum of Comparative Zoology (not open to the public)Artemas Ward House MuseumWarren Anatomical MuseumHarvard University Herbaria (not open to the public)Mineralogical and Geological Museum (not open to the public). Here are helpful contacts and information about all OFA programs. This hanging scroll celebrates a moon-viewing party that took place during the eighth month of the lunar calendar (roughly September in the Gregorian calendar) of 1817, along the banks of the Sumida River in Edo (now Tokyo). Tour Harvard Art Museums / Fogg Museum | Bush-Reisinger Museum | Arthur M. Sackler Museum. 74 Mt. Harvard Art Museums. ft street-facing exhibition space, the Office for the Arts does not manage any art exhibit space.

The breadth and depth of the Feinberg Collection will continue to be displayed in biannual installation changes in the Arthur M. Sackler Museum galleries on Level 2. What Does a Famous Harvard Chair Have to Say about Patriarchy? We can reset it for you; enter your email address below to get started. From ancient artifacts to contemporary artworks, Harvard's museums and galleries house astonishing collections that illuminate a wide range of disciplines. In the meantime, enjoy a selection of works from the Feinberg Collection in the slideshow above.
About Obelisk Essays on Art Art Chat Become a Member Obelisk. Cambridge, In one painting, a magnificent full moon rises over swaying autumn grasses, in another a stunning white cockatoo preens amid brilliant red maple leaves; regardless of the weather outside, fall has arrived in our Japanese galleries.


The museums are temporarily closed, but our channels are open. Join curatorial assistants Casey Monahan and Heather Linton to discover sirens and merpeople in our collections. 02138

They are open free of charge to all university affiliates, and several with an admission fee to the public. Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Promised gift of Robert S. and Betsy G. Feinberg, TL41419.6. 1 (617) 495-9400. Thursday, October 22, 2020, The Harvard Art Museums — the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Arthur M. Sackler Museums, Harvard Art Museums 32 Quincy Street Artists Artwork Timeline World Map.

Joe Zone, Gallery Coordinator, 617.495.8657, joeseph_zane@radcliffe.harvard.eduHarvard Libraries: Art, Design, MusicJacek E. Giedrojć Gallery, at The Minda de Gunzburg Center for European StudiesThe Harvard Monday Gallery (Contact gallery)Penthouse Art Gallery in Student Organization Center at Hilles (SOCH) Arts @ 29 GardenThree Columns Gallery at Mather HouseAdams House ARTspaceEach Spring, the Harvard Student Art Show exhibits and sells student artwork.

MA From ancient artifacts to contemporary artworks, Harvard's museums and galleries house astonishing collections that illuminate a wide range of disciplines. They are open free of charge to all university affiliates, and several with an admission fee to the public. If you know of any other spaces that can be used for exhibition of artwork, please let us know (ofa@fas)! As each season brings new and novel pleasures, so too will each installation of Japanese paintings from the Feinberg Collection.

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