La Salle University Art Museum owns special collections of non-Western and ancient art, including over 100 Japanese Ukiyo-e and Modern prints from the 19th and 20th centuries; 70 sub-Saharan African sculptures from the 19th and 20th centuries; 165 Indian miniatures from the 17th to the 19th centuries; 160 Chinese ceramics from Neolithic period through the Ming Dynasty (7,000 BCE - 1,644 CE); 70 Pre-Columbian textiles and ceramics (200 BCE - c. 1,500 CE); and 50 ancient Greek Tanagra figurines and ceramics from the Mycenaean through the Hellenistic periods (1,300 BCE - 27 BCE).
View objects with your class in the Art Museum, or bring the Art Museum into your classroom with our Online Collections Database:
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You can also search the collection by artist's nationality: Search by Nationality
This guide was created for faculty to use independently. It includes a self-tour of paintings by PAFA-affiliated artists at the La Salle University Art Museum and a resource list for where to go to view more artworks by these artists.
Brief History of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Distinctive Characteristics of PAFA Training
Addresses and Websites for other Institutions