Fit for an Emperor
The exquisite detail and technical perfection of the Melion and Clum collection of ceramics immediately catch the eye. These works of art would even be at home in a royal setting: some of them were made by the Fukugawa factory, which provides ceramics for the imperial family.
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Nazi-Era Provenance Project
The Eskenazi Museum of Art strives to document the complete provenance (ownership history) of each object in its collection, from creation until the time it entered the museum. Works that could have been in Europe during the Nazi era (1933–1945) and that have gaps in their provenance, are priorities.
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