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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!

For permission to use high-resolution images commercially, contact Rights and Reproduction.




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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
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Contemporary Art
Japanese Art
Korean Art
South Asian & Himalayan Art
Southeast Asian Art
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Swan and Iris
Swan and Iris
Swan and Iris
Swan and Iris
Long Lagoon
Long Lagoon
Long Lagoon
Long Lagoon
Temple
Temple
Temple
Temple
The Bridge
The Bridge
The Bridge
The Bridge
Upright Venice
Upright Venice
Upright Venice
Upright Venice
Little Court
Little Court
Little Court
Little Court
Lobster-pots
Lobster-pots
Lobster-pots
Lobster-pots
The Riva, No. 2
The Riva, No. 2
The Riva, No. 2
The Riva, No. 2


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We are excited to reopen the Freer on October 7, 2017, following a renovation to allow us to better present our art and serve our visitors.
The Sackler remains open, with a full lineup of exhibitions and events both in the museum and around DC.