Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Seattle Art Museum (SAM)
menu

Asian Art

Asian Art
Portrait of Prince Khurram (Shah Jahan)
Indian
first quarter 17th century
44.650
Amida Buddha
Japanese
ca. 1130
2011.39
Head of a Buddha
Chinese
late 7th - early 8th century
39.29
Indra (Lord of storms)
Nepalese
ca. 14th century
51.101
Tobatsu Bishamonten
Japanese
late 10th century
48.179
Dragon Tamer Luohan
Chinese
ca. 14th century
36.13
Prince Shotoku at Age Two
Japanese
ca. 1300
36.22
Water-Moon Guanyin
Chinese
10th - late 13th century
35.17
Standing Buddha
Thai
mid to late 7th century
46.47
Covered box
Chinese
18th century
73.5
Bowl
Chinese
early 18th century
33.55
Large Plate
Chinese
1280-1368
74.21
Moon Jar
Park Young-sook
2007
2007.86
Writing box decorated with cranes in reeds
Hon'ami Koetsu
early 17th century
50.67
Noh robe
Japanese
late 17th-early 18th century
95.138
Haniwa warrior figure
Japanese
6th century
62.44
Faceted bottle
Korean
late 18th century
55.46
Square serving dish
Japanese
17th century
56.130
Wheel-shaped stone
Japanese
4th century
56.249
Dish with phoenix and flower motifs
Chinese
early 14th century
76.7
Bi disk with dragon motif
Chinese
10th - 8th century BCE
39.11
Cup and stand with inlaid chrysanthemum design
Korean
late 12th to early 13th Century
99.22
Flower Ball
Takashi Murakami
2002
2016.24.1
Covered bowl
Chinese
1723-35
70.45
Wheel-shaped cup
Korean
6th century
91.118
Square bottle
Japanese, Arita
18th century
76.99
Poem Scroll with Deer
Tawaraya Sotatsu
1610s
51.127
Figure of Guanyin
Chinese
18th - 19th century
43.42
Banshan-type urn
Chinese
ca. 2600-2300 B.C.
51.194
Crows
Japanese
early 17th century
36.21.1
Vase with floral and wave design
Vietnamese
15th century
57.75
Dish with design of vegetables
Japanese
late 17th-early 18th century
68.176
/ 2

Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.

Learn more about Equity at SAM