by Hou-mei Sung, Curator of East Asian Art
As the king of beasts in China, the tiger is also one of the oldest and most meaningful animal subjects in Chinese painting. Here, the unidentified artist portrays a large tigress sitting under an old pine tree.
by By Lynne Pearson, Curatorial Assistant, East Asian Art
Earlier this year, longtime donors Walter and Vanida Davison gifted the Art Museum this beautiful 20th century Japanese painting depicting the Buddhist deity Hotei from their family art collection. Who is Hotei?
by Cincinnati Art Museum
Enjoy these works by artists who identify as Asian American or Pacific Islander in the museum’s permanent collection.
by Helen Rindsberg
Artist April Vollmer will help the Cincinnati Art Museum celebrate its outstanding Japanese woodblock print collection at a special event from the Cincinnati Asian Art Society on Sunday, March 31.
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