Asia Arts Phoenix is a nonprofit organization devoted to the arts of East Asia. Two collections are presented. The first is a collection of calligraphy from the Phoenix Art Museum. The second is a collection of Japanese manuscripts from the James and Ana Melikian collection.
ARTstor is a nonprofit digital library of more than one million images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences.
Extravagant Display: Chinese Art in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries ((at the Metropolitan Museum of Art December 2010 - May 1 2011) selected images.
Works of Art-Collection Database of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Xiantangshan Caves Project. The buddhist cave tamples of Xiangtangshan are a groups of man-made caves with carved sculptures from the Norther Qi dynastry (550-577) in southern Hebei province China. The project is a University of Chicago project.
Echoes of the Past-The Buddhist caves of Xiantangshan an exhibition at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University.
The Floating World: Japanese color woodcuts by Katagawa Utamaro from the NYPL Digital Gallery.
Below is a very limited list of galleries devoted to Asian Art. I listed them because they will give you some idea of the art avialable and many have biographical and exhibition information.
ArtLinkArt is an online database project for Chinese contemporary art.
Art Net list current auctions but has biographical and other information about artists and their art.
ArtSpeak China focuses on contemporary Chinese art and is a privite collection currently representing 90 of the leading Chinese avant-garde artists.
Asia Art Achive is a dynamic, growing body of material intended to reflect contemporary artistic practice and developments of Asia within an international context.
Beijing' 798 District. This site from China Org (Ministry of Culture) and the Beijing Municipal Government provides information on current and past gallery exhibitions. It also has links to several important galleries including the Ullens Center for the Arts.
A Pure and Remote View: Visualizing Early Chinese Landscape Painting a series of video lectures by Dr James Cahill from pre-Han to Sung dynasty.
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