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Common motifs on these vases, as well as in Asian antiques and statues, include dragons, lions, tigers, Buddhas, flowers, birds, mountains, moons, and characters from folklore.

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genre of art flourished in Japan from the 17th through 19th centuries.

Innovation and top-notch artistry led to the creation of fine porcelain ware, painted silk scrolls, and paper screens, seen in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Indian cultures.

Japanese's ancient style of dress, particularly the colorful kimonos inspired by the Noh theater, are highly collectible, as are netsuke, the figurines carved out of ivory or coral used to fasten containers called inro to men's obi sashes.

The site was toward the corner of a contiguous six-block tract of land which was then being used as an American Civil War veterans' home, with additional services for their wives and daughters (the state having earlier acquired title in exchange for helping to subsidize the operations). Leslie Cheek Jr., whose father built Cheekwood, became director of the museum in 1948.

The main building was designed by Peebles and Ferguson Architects of Norfolk, and has been alternately described as Georgian Revival and English Renaissance, deliberately taking cues from Inigo Jones and Christopher Wren. His tenure was noted as having had a significant impact on the course of the institution; his obituary in the New York Times noted that he "transformed [the VMFA] from a small local gallery to a nationally known cultural center." Cheek's innovations included, in 1953, the world's first "Artmobile", a mobile tractor-trailer that housed exhibits with the purpose of reaching rural areas (prior to the presence of local museum galleries); and in 1960, in order to be accessible to a broader public, the introduction of the first night hours at an art museum.

Both Chinese and Japanese artists painted extravagant, intricate scenes onto their vases, bowls, and other porcelain objects.Colour in prints came gradually—at first added by hand for special commissions.Welcome to the first dedicated Japanese woodblock print site in Australia, established in 2003 by Peter and Wivine Winch.Edo (modern Tokyo) became the seat of government for the military dictatorship in the early 17th century.The merchant class at the bottom of the social order benefitted most from the city's rapid economic growth.

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