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Harwood Museum of Art of the University of New Mexico
June 24th through September 11th, 2005

The Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art located in Dallas, Texas is considered one of the most comprehensive and important collections of Eastern art in the region. Assembled by the Crow family over the past 30 years, the collection features art from China, Japan, India, Southeast Asia and the Himalaya region. The Harwood Museum of Art has arranged for a loan of over 35 objects from this collection including works in ivory, jade, bronze, glass, porcelain, textile, stone, lacquer ware, and wood. The objects selected for the Harwood exhibition cover a period spanning three thousand years and include a Bronze bell (Chun Yu) from the Warring States Period ca. 5th – 3rd century B.C.

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Head of a Buddha

Chun Yu

Circular Box


Blue and White Jar

Rain Drum

Libation Cups

Guardian Lions


Figure of Camel

Crystal Ball

Stele with Ganesha

Sancai Horse


Figure of Dog
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