Art History

Ceramic Museum Princessehof, the Netherlands

Ceramic Museum Princessehof, the Netherlands

The Princessehof Museum, Leeuwarden, houses around 35,000 objects with an emphasis on Asian, European and contemporary ceramics.  Read More

Amaravathi Heritage Centre and Museum, India

Amaravathi Heritage Centre and Museum, India

Amaravathi Heritage Centre and Museum affirms to serve a diverse society that reconciles and promotes the continuation and development of unique culture and heritage to the benefit of all Telugu people and, in so doing, to develop a uniquely Andhra model for sustainable heritage development.  Read More

Vietnam National Museum of History

Vietnam National Museum of History

The Vietnam National Museum of History houses over 200,000 objects and materials, including many antiquities and 18 national treasures.   Read More

Muzium & Galeri Tuanku Fauziah, Malaysia

Muzium & Galeri Tuanku Fauziah, Malaysia

Muzium & Galeri Tuanku Fauziah is located on the campus of Universiti Sains Malaysia and holds a very diverse collection of art, music instruments, ethnography, natural history and others.  Read More

The Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum, Mongolia

The Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum, Mongolia

The Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum, founded in 1966, is renowned for the works of G. Zanabazar (1635-1724). Comprising 13,000 objects, the Museum covers Mongol culture from ancient civilizations up to the early 20th century.  Read More

National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan

National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan

The National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan presents collections regarding the history of art and ethnology of Kazakhstan and Central Asia.  Read More

Vargas Museum, the Philippines

Vargas Museum, the Philippines

A center for Philippine art and culture, the Jorge B. Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center’s main thrusts are research, exhibition and education.  Read More

Mongolian Theater Museum, Mongolia

Mongolian Theater Museum, Mongolia

The Mongolian Theatre Museum was opened in 1991, in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The museum belongs to the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture. It presents the performing art’s history through photos, scenographic sketches and models, posters, costumes, puppets, paintings, documents..  Read More

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