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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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Krishna and the Elephant
Lakshmi I
Leaping Carp
Lovers at Dawn
Miniature Painting
Opera Mask I
Opera Mask II
Opera Mask III
Opera Mask IV
Opera Mask V
Ottoman velvet with carnations
Pilgrim Map of Mathura
Pilgrim Map of Varanasi (Benares)
Portrait Bust of Jahangir I
Portrait Bust of Jahangir II
Portrait of a Prince
Portrait of a Seated Raja
Ramakali {ragini}, from a {Ragamala} series
Red-vented Bulbul
River Landscape
Sesa-sai Vishnu
Sultan Abdullah Qutubshah of Golconda I
The 'Pine of Success' at the Onmaya Embankment
The Coast at Hota In Awa Province
The Courtesan Tagasode of Daimonji-ya
The Day Dream I
Vishnu on a Lotus Petal Throne
Vishnu Reclining on the Serpent Shesha
Wall hanging with tulips, pomegranates and leaves.
Writing Cabinet Decorated with Hunting Scenes

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.