Williams College students in ARTH 103: Asian Art Survey share insights, drawn from class discussions and independent research, about works on view in Object Lab.
Williams College student Korinna Garfield ’19 discusses the relationship between nature and female sexuality in an Indian Ragamala painting, an 18th century watercolor from the Mughal Empire in India, and in Wei Dong’s “Neighbors-Girls with Fever.”
Wei Dong, “Neighbors-Girls with Fever,” 1998. Ink and color on paper, 16 9/16 x 11 13/16 in. (42 x 30 cm). Gift of Red Rock Studio, Hong Kong, A Williams Alumnus. M.2007.20.24