For Students
Joan and Bob Tisch Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art Modern Art Foyer Vertical Gallery The Jan and David Brandon Family Bridge Shirley Chang Gallery of Chinese Art Woon-Hyung Lee and Korea Foundation Gallery of Korean Art Thomas H. and Polly W. Bredt Gallery Albertine Monroe-Brown Study-Storage Gallery European and American Decorative Art Robert and Lillian Montalto Bohlen Gallery of African Art South and Southeast Asian Gallery Japanese Gallery Asian Crossroads Gallery Museum Apse Marvin H. and Mary M. Davidson Gallery European Art 1100–1650Irving Stenn, Jr, Family Project Gallery.A. Alfred Taubman Gallery IIA. Alfred Taubman Gallery I

Galleries:
Shirley Chang Gallery of Chinese Art

Dog
China, Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220), 1st–2nd century
Earthenware with traces of polychrome pigments
Gift of Domino’s Pizza, Inc., 1993/1.96

Shirley Chang Gallery of Chinese Art

UMMA’s Chinese collection spans three thousand years and many dynasties. It is particularly renowned for its paintings on silk (whose fragility demands that the paintings on view be changed frequently) and diverse ceramics demonstrating important technical innovations in glazes, shapes, and motifs over millennia. Guardian figures watch over the entrance to the gallery, while one particularly touching piece—a small ceramic dog, a burial object dating to the 1st century—documents an ancient connection to our canine friends.