Melanesian sculpture and decorative arts from Papua New Guinea and contemporary Aboriginal painting from Australia.

The largest segment of the Johnson’s Asian art collection, including ceramics spanning five thousand years from the Neolithic period through the Qing dynasty.

Tibetan and Nepalese art paintings, sculpture, and ritual implements made for Tantric Buddhist use.

Bronze and stone sculptures from Indonesia’s classical era, architectural and ritual woodcarvings, masks and puppets, and textiles.

The second-largest portion of our Asian collection comes from Japan and fully represents its many artistic traditions.

Ceramics spanning two thousand years as well as metalwork and paintings from the late Joseon period to the present.

The art of South Asia is closely tied to Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism, three of the world’s major religions founded in the Indian subcontinent.

Buddhist art and ceramics from Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and Burma comprise the strengths of the Johnson’s mainland Southeast Asia collection.

Works of art made for Islamic patrons from West and Central Asia.