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Welcome to Phase 1 of Open F|S, the complete digitized collections of the Freer and Sackler Galleries and the Freer Study Collection. With more than 40,000 works being made available for high-resolution download—expanding regularly with our new acquisitions—you can explore the Smithsonian's museums of Asian art from anywhere in the world, whenever you like. Images can be used for all non-commercial purposes, from desktop wallpapers to artistic gifts for family and friends. Send us your creations and your feedback about this beta version at openfs@si.edu!

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Funerary Relief Bust of Haliphat
Incense burner in the form of a mountain (boshanlu)
Lidded ritual ewer (zun) in the form of an elephant with masks and dragons
Cosmic Buddha

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Ornament: cherub head carved in relief
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Dish, shallow, with a flaring rim; low foot. Much broken and repaired; broken again in pieces; several restorations
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The Freer|Sackler is closed for renovation and reinstallation. The popular exhibition Turquoise Mountain: Artists Transforming Afghanistan is still on view in the International Gallery. (Enter through the Ripley Center.) Join us for our reopening celebration on October 14–15, 2017.