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    Pursuing Beauty: The Art of Edo Japan

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    February 17-May 27, 2012

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    Pursuing Beauty: The Art of Edo Japan

    The second of two Asian Art exhibitions this year examines a crucial period in Japanese history (1603-1868) when Japanese artists reconfigured previous conventions and adapted foreign influences to create innovative artistic styles and forms. The exhibition is part of the College and University Art Museums Collection- Sharing Project developed by the Yale University Art Gallery and funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. SCMA...

    The second of two Asian Art exhibitions this year examines a crucial period in Japanese history (1603-1868) when Japanese artists reconfigured previous conventions and adapted foreign influences to create innovative artistic styles and forms. The exhibition is part of the College and University Art Museums Collection- Sharing Project developed by the Yale University Art Gallery and funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. SCMA is one of six academic partner museums invited to develop exhibitions from Yale’s extensive holdings.

    Image Credit: Soga Shohaku. Japanese, 1730-1781. “Winter Landscape,” 18th century. Hanging scroll, ink on paper. Purchased with funds from The Japan Foundation Endowment of the Council on East Asian Studies and the Katherine Ordway Fund. Loan from the Yale University Art Gallery.


    Smith College Museum of Art

    Elm Street at Bedford Terrace
    Northampton, MA 01063

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    Admission Info:

    $5 Adults
    $4 Seniors (65+)
    $3 Students (13+ with ID)
    $2 Youth (6–12)
    FREE: Members of the Museum; Smith College students, faculty, and staff; Five College faculty; any college student with ID; and children five and under. Immediate families of Smith faculty and staff are also admitted free. Free passes may be checked out at Forbes Library (20 West Street, next to Smith campus), at Lilly Library (19 Meadow Street, Florence, MA), or at a library with reciprocal borrowing privileges. Free to all on the second Friday of the month, 4–8 PM.


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    Tuesday-Saturday 10 AM–4 PM; Sundays 12–4 PM; Second Fridays 10 AM–8 PM; Closed Mondays and major holidays.


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