At Large  March 3, 2017

17th-Century Japanese Screens From Seattle Art Museum Collection to Undergo Major Conservation

The Seattle Art Museum announced today that an important pair of 17th-century Japanese screens from the collection will undergo major conservation work, thanks to funding from the Bank of America Art Conservation Project.

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