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The Arthur M Sackler Museum on the campus of Harvard University contains an impressive collection of Ancient, Asian, Islamic, and Indian Art. Collections include treasures of Chinese jades, Korean ceramics, Chinese cave temple painting, Japanese woodblock prints. Other enchanting collections include Chinese bronzes, Greek and Roman sculpture and vases, and ancient coins. Also inside the Sackler is Harvard's The History of Art and Architecture, the Ruubel Asiatic Library, lecture halls, and classrooms. The Museum was named after Arthur M Sackler, an internationally recognized collector and patron of art, and largest benefactor of the museum.

Location: 32 Quincy St, Cambridge Massachusetts 02138 Telephone 617-495-9400

Other Art nearby:
(Boston) ACME Fine Art & Design
(Provincetown) Albert Merola Gallery
(Boston) Alfred J. Walker Fine Art
(Boston) Alianza Gallery
(Boston) Alpha Gallery
(Cambridge) American Repertory Theatre

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