The JSMA’s small South and Southeast Asian teaching collection includes a few representative works from India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam, in a range of media and with particular strength in sculpture. Holdings include stone Buddhist reliefs and statues from Gandhara, architectural fragments from Cambodia’s Khmer empire, Southeast Asian bronze drums, a luminous Thai Buddha, and South Indian Hindu bronzes. Two-dimensional objects includes Rajasthani and Mughal paintings and a variety of mid-twentieth-century works on paper by Jamini Roy (1887-1972) and M.F. Hussain (1915-2011), as well as powerful photographs by Vietnamese-American artist Binh Danh (born 1977). The JSMA houses a small study collection of Islamic art including Persian manuscript paintings from the collection of Edwin Binney 3rd.