department:"Japanese and Korean Art". (load 200 more)
The collection of Japanese and Korean art includes over 7,000 works ranging from ancient to contemporary and is amongst the top five collections in the United States. The permanent display space for Japanese art is the largest in the Western world with 15 galleries and over 10,000 square feet (930 sqm). The collection itself includes Buddhist sculpture, woodblock prints, paintings, lacquer, works of bamboo, and ceramics, and it is particularly rich in works from the Edo period (1610–1868).