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Japan America Society of Southern California
Building Japan-America Relationships Since 1909
Footed Fan-shaped Box (detail), Japanese, Edo period, late 17th–mid-18th century, lacquer. Musée national des Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon. Photo: Thierry Ollivier. © RMN–Grand Palais/ Art Resource, NY
Through January 6, 2019
Tuesday - Thursday 10 am–5:30 pmFriday*–Saturday 10 am–9 pmClosed Mondays
* Extended hours until August 31, 2018
The Getty Center1200 Getty Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90049For GPS and maps use: Intersection of Getty Center Drive and Sepulveda BoulevardMap and directions
Parking is $15; $10 after 3 pm.
This exhibition showcases Japanese lacquer from the private collection of the French queen Marie-Antoinette. Her collection of small lacquer boxes was one of the finest in Europe, and she considered it to be among her most cherished possessions. The elaborate works reveal the queen's personal taste and demonstrate the high level of achievement attained by Japanese lacquer artists during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Admission is free
For more information, visit The J. Paul Getty Museum website