• Irises (detail), 1700s. Watanabe Shiko (Japanese, 1683–1755). Six-fold screen; ink and color on gilded paper. Gift of The Norweb Foundation 1954.603.1
  • Irises, 1700s. Watanabe Shiko (Japanese, 1683–1755). Six-fold screen; ink and color on gilded paper. Gift of The Norweb Foundation 1954.603.1
  • Pendant in the Shape of a Seated Figure with Bovine Head, c. 4700-2920 BC. Northeastern China, probably Hongshan culture, late Neolithic period. Jade (nephrite); 13.2 cm. Gift of Severance A. Millikin 1953.628
  • Streams and Mountains without End, 1100–1150. China, late Northern Song or Jin dynasty. Handscroll; ink and slight color on silk; 35.1 x 1103.8 cm. Gift of the Hanna Fund 1953.126
  • Mirror with Phoenixes, Birds, Butterflies, and Floral Sprays, 700s. China, Tang dynasty (618–907). Bronze with silver and gold inlaid lacquer. Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Fund 1973.74
  • Raft Cup, 1345. Zhu Bishan (Chinese, c. 1300–after 1362). Silver. John L. Severance Fund 1977.7
  • Ganesha, c. 1070. South India, Medieval period, Chola dynasty. Bronze. Gift of Katharine Holden Thayer 1970.62
  • “Tuti Nama” (Tales of a Parrot), c. 1560. India, Mughal, early Akbari period. Ink, color, and gold on paper. Gift of Mrs. A. Dean Perry 1962.279.33
  • Krishna Govardhana, 500s–600s. Cambodia, Pre-Angkorean period, Phnom Da style. Limestone. John L. Severance Fund 1973.106
  • Thangka of Green Tara, c. 1260s. Tibet. Color on cloth. Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund by exchange, from the Doris Wiener Gallery 1970.156
  • Buddhist Tabernacle, late 1100s. Japan, Heian period (794–1185). Black lacquer over a wood core with hemp cloth covering, gold paint, cut gold leaf, ink, mineral pigments, and metalwork. John L. Severance Fund 1969.130
  • Tiger, 1500s. Shukei Sesson (Japanese, 1504–1589). Six-fold screen; ink on paper. Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 1959.136.2
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Streams and Mountains Without End

Saturday, June 27, 2009 to Sunday, August 23, 2009
The Kelvin and Eleanor Smith Foundation Exhibition Hall

Streams and Mountains Without End: Asian Art and the Legacy of Sherman E. Lee at the Cleveland Museum of Art was organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art and curated by Anita Chung, curator of Chinese art; Stan Czuma, curator emeritus of Indian and Southeast Asian art; and Jim Ulak, deputy director of the Freer and Sackler galleries. This exhibition was presented by Hahn Loeser + Parks LLP. Support for education and public programs was provided by the Womens Council of the Cleveland Museum of Art. The Cleveland Museum of Art was generously funded by Cuyahoga County residents through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this exhibition with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence, and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.

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