ASIAN ART TREASURES at the Williamson
BITE OF ART TALKS: 12:30 pm TOURS OF THE EXHIBITION: 1 pmEvery Wednesday for five weeks, Curator Meher McArthur will give a a fifteen-minute lunchtime talk, focusing on a piece of Asian art that is currently on view in the Asian Art Treasures exhibition at the Williamson Gallery. Every work in the exhibition is part of the College’s impressive collection of Asian art, which includes paintings and prints as well as ceramics, metalwork and lacquer wares. Students and faculty are welcome to come and learn about the collection, ask questions and share insights—one object at a time! After Meher’s talks, join us for docent-led tours of the Asian Art Treasures exhibition at the Williamson. Seasoned Asian art docent Shirley Gunther will lead groups through the exhibition, spotlighting the most remarkable objects on display and answering questions.
ART BITES FALL 2019: A Quick Bite of Asian Art and Tours of the Exhibtion All talks will be held at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at 12:30 pm, followed by the tour of the exhibition beginning at 1 pm. Gallery admission and tours are free.
Wednesday, November 6 Standing Bodhisattva Padmapani, China, 18th c. Wednesday, November 13 Ming Chinese Lacquered Wood Box, 17th c., and Japanese Hair Comb, 20th c. Wednesday, November 20 Pair of Cloisonnée Incense Burners, China, 18th c. No presentation Wednesday, November 27 Wednesday, December 4 Winter Landscape Painting, China, 18-19th c. Wednesday, December 11 Hamada Shoji, Japanese Glazed Ceramic Bottle, c. 1950 (For more information, please contact [email protected])
A Pair of Luduan Incense Burners, China, c. 1770, enamel on metal, 21.5 x 11.625 x 14 in., Gift of Dorothy Adler RouthSlider Image: Comb with Fans and Mums, 20th c., paint with mother of pearl on plastic, 2 1/2 x 2 5/8 in., Gift of Dr. Ralph Riffenburgh, in honor of Angelyn Kelley Riffenburgh