Art Deco was a style that came out of Paris in the mid 1920's. It was an interpretation of the Neo Classical styles of the 19th century Regency and Empire

Art Deco was a style that came out of Paris in the mid 1920's. It was an interpretation of the Neo Classical styles of the 19th century Regency and Empire

Seattle Asian Art Museum  1400 East Prospect Street  Volunteer Park  Seattle, WA 98112-3303  (206) 654.3100  Wednesday–Sunday: 10 am–5 pm  Thursday: 10 am–9 pm  Monday & Tuesday: closed  First Thursday:  Free to all  Second Thursday:  Free to all from 5 to 9 pm  First Friday:  Free for seniors 62 and over  First Saturday:  Free for all families

Seattle Asian Art Museum 1400 East Prospect Street Volunteer Park Seattle, WA 98112-3303 (206) 654.3100 Wednesday–Sunday: 10 am–5 pm Thursday: 10 am–9 pm Monday & Tuesday: closed First Thursday: Free to all Second Thursday: Free to all from 5 to 9 pm First Friday: Free for seniors 62 and over First Saturday: Free for all families

Poem Scroll with Deer (detail) :: 1610s, painting by Tawaraya Sotatsu [1576–1643], calligraphy by Hon'ami Koetsu [1558–1637]  :: Seattle Asian Art Museum :: ink, gold and silver on paper, 13 7/16 x 366 3/16 inches

Poem Scroll with Deer (detail) :: 1610s, painting by Tawaraya Sotatsu [1576–1643], calligraphy by Hon'ami Koetsu [1558–1637] :: Seattle Asian Art Museum :: ink, gold and silver on paper, 13 7/16 x 366 3/16 inches

USA: Seattle's Asian Art Museum- Treasures Outside & Inside | Minor Sights

USA: Seattle's Asian Art Museum- Treasures Outside & Inside | Minor Sights

USA: Seattle's Asian Art Museum- Treasures Outside & Inside | Minor Sights

USA: Seattle's Asian Art Museum- Treasures Outside & Inside | Minor Sights

USA: Seattle's Asian Art Museum- Treasures Outside & Inside | Minor Sights

USA: Seattle's Asian Art Museum- Treasures Outside & Inside | Minor Sights

Beautiful Omijuki fortune screen by Lola Floral Design, shown at the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Photo by The Invisible Hostess.

Beautiful Omijuki fortune screen by Lola Floral Design, shown at the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Photo by The Invisible Hostess.

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