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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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Smithsonian X 3D Models

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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American Art
Ancient Egyptian Art
Ancient Near Eastern Art
Arts of the Islamic World
Biblical Manuscripts
Chinese Art
Contemporary Art
Japanese Art
Korean Art
South Asian & Himalayan Art
Southeast Asian Art
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Shakyamuni Buddha in a full shrine
Shakyamuni Buddha in…
Maitreya, the Future Buddha
Maitreya, the Future…
Tara (one of the Famed Twenty-one Tara Emanations)
Tara (one of the Fam…
Kanakamuni Buddha
Kanakamuni Buddha
Khadiravani (Green or Yellow) Tara
Khadiravani (Green o…
Machig Labdron as Vajradakini
Machig Labdron as Va…
Akshobhya Buddha
Akshobhya Buddha
Tsong Khapa
Tsong Khapa
White Tara
White Tara
White Tara
White Tara
Naro Dakini
Naro Dakini
Dharmapala Yamaraja and Chamunda
Dharmapala Yamaraja …
Pair of Small Cymbals with Carrying Case
Pair of Small Cymbal…
Pair of Large Cymbals with Carrying Case
Pair of Large Cymbal…
Cup with stand (youring)
Cup with stand (your…

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As renovation work continues in the Freer Gallery, the Sackler Gallery also will close on July 10, 2017. This museum-wide closure will allow us to completely reinstall our exhibitions and revitalize features to improve your visit. Both spaces will reopen on October 14, 2017, when we will welcome the public back to the Freer|Sackler: two galleries, one destination. For your safety, all visitors will have their bags checked. See the complete list of restricted items and bag sizes.