Hello and welcome! This guide has been created for students and faculty who are researching the art of East Asia. It is meant to tie together resources from University Libraries' collections and elsewhere that are relevant to the study of East Asian Art. This guide is just a start, as there is a plethora of material out there.
Materials in East Asian Studies are located at various libraries and collections on campus, such as the Fine Arts Library, Thompson Library, the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, and the Book Depository.
Kano Eino, One Hundred Boys, Edo Period, Japan, 17th century, Pair of six-panel folding screens; ink, color, and gold on paper, Image (each screen): 44 7/8 x 111 in. (114 x 282 cm). Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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