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Birds of Open F|S

40,000+ gorgeous hi-res images of Asian art are yours for any non-commercial use thanks to the Freer | Sackler, which recently digitized its entire collection and created Open F|S.

A flint striker in the form of a bird, early 1600s, India. Steel inlaid with gold and jewels
Bee-eater; miniature on the verso of a leaf from the Kevorkian album, 1800s, India, Mughal dynasty
Finial in the form of a bird head, 6th-5th century BCE, Chinese, Eastern Zhou dynasty. Bronze
Album of Sample prints (Vol. XI of XII), Okuhara Seiko (Japanese). Ink and color on paper
Bird on a Pomegranate Branch, 1600s, Iran, Safavid period

All images courtesy of Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution

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