Donald F. McCallum had a long distinguished career as a scholar of Japanese art history and beloved teacher who taught at UCLA until his 2013 retirement. His particular specialty was Japanese Buddhist art, an area in which he published three books: Hakuhō Sculpture (University of Washington Press, 2012); The Four Great Temples: Buddhist Archaeology, Architecture, and Icons of Seventh-Century Japan (University of Hawai‘i Press, 2009); and Zenkoji and Its Icon: A Study in Medieval Japanese Religious Art (Princeton University Press, 1994).