Last chance to see the first glimpse of the Richard Lane Collection, which the Academy acquired in 2003. It’s a hoard of Japanese art and as a team of experts go through it, delightful discoveries are being made—like this painting by Okumura Sekiran (1834-1895). Scott Johnson, professor at Kansai University in Osaka and a Japanese art-history scholar, curated this debut exhibition of works from the collection. He talks about Sekiran’s 19th-century depiction of people cooling off by the Kamo River—something people still do today. Feb. 1 is the last day to check it out.