The Peacock Room Comes to America documents the history of James McNeill Whistler's Peacock Room and its recent reinstallation with Asian ceramics collected by Charles Lang Freer. Lee Glazer, curator of American art, looks at Freer's acquisition of the Peacock Room and how he incorporated it into his home in Detroit. There, Freer filled its shelves with ceramics from China, Korea, Syria, and Iran, using the room as a type of aesthetic laboratory where color harmonies could be appreciated. Other sections of the book provide insight into Whistler's Princess from the Land of Porcelain, the conservation of the room, and the curator's perspective on the project. New photography of the room is bolstered by the inclusion of archival images.