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Ashmolean Museum

A cornucopia of art, antiquities and decorative arts from around the world have been carefully selected from the unique collection at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, England. 

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Chofu Jewel River
Cherry Blossom Viewing at Mount Asuka
From Album - One Hundred Aspects of the Moon
The Suijin Woods and Massaki
The Sea at Satta in Suruga
Ladies and Children Watching Archery
A Woman Holding a Comb
Horikiri Iris Garden
Watanabe Tsuna on a Horse
Warrior with Scroll Guarded by a Snake
Views of the 53 Stations of the Tōkaidō Road
Printed Book - Landscape views
The Great Wave
A lady in a Grove, depicting Kamodani Ragini II
A Lady Plucking Leaves
Assembled Heroes of Kagoshima I
Assembled Heroes of Kagoshima II
Assembled Heroes of Kagoshima III
Bangali Ragini
Baz Bahadur and Rupmati
Card showing Javanese Wayang figures II
Card showing Javanese Wayang figures III
Card showing Javanese Wayang figures IV
Equestrian Portrait of Maharana Raj Singh I of Mewar
Fisherman on a Pier
Gaitri - The Gayatri hymn personified as a Goddess
Girl with Candlesticks
Grylle of a Deer-Like Animal detail
Kintoki Killing a Giant Snake
Krishna and Arjuna on the Battlefield

The Ashmolean Museum stands as a timeless beacon of artistic and cultural heritage, revered for its unparalleled collection that spans millennia and continents. Nestled in the heart of Oxford, this venerable institution showcases a diverse and awe-inspiring array of artefacts, paintings, sculptures, and objects that offer a window into the rich tapestry of human creativity and history. From ancient civilisations to contemporary masterpieces, Ashmolean's art collection weaves a narrative that transcends time and space, captivating visitors with its depth and breadth. It houses treasures ranging from Egyptian mummies and Greek antiquities to Renaissance paintings and Asian ceramics, forming a harmonious blend of cultures and artistic genres. The museum's dedication to scholarship and curation is evident in every corner, inviting visitors to embark on a captivating journey of exploration and enlightenment, where each piece serves as a testament to the beauty, complexity, and universality of human expression.