A NEW VIEW: CHINESE AND JAPANESE EXPORT PORCELAINS
This New View installation showcases a selection of Chinese and Japanese porcelains made for export to Europe or North America from the mid-17th through the late 19th centuries. These Chinese and Japanese export ceramics can be experienced in a wider cultural context together with 17th-century Dutch and Flemish art (on view in the adjacent Gallery 222), as the Dutch East India Company was the most active agent in ceramic export trade from the time of its establishment in 1602 to 1796.

A NEW VIEW: GALLERY 223
A NEW VIEW: GALLERY MAP
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