Asian Art in London, founded in 1998, is an annual event held over ten days in early November, which takes place within participating galleries and auction houses. It has a global reputation uniting leading Asian art dealers, auction houses, museums and societies in a series of gallery selling exhibitions, auctions, receptions and lectures. Renaud Montméat has been dealing with Asian art since 1999. Dedicated to Indian, Himalayan and South-eastern Asian art the gallery, situated in the centre of Paris, can be visited on request. Renaud Montméat also participates in the major Asian art fairs taking place in .
We are pleased to once again welcome back Rob Dean Art to Asian Art in London. This year they will be selling Indian and South Asian Art at Grosvenor Gallery, in an exhibition titled: ‘Views of India.’ Photographed above is an illustration to a Shiva Purana Series.5/5(3). From 1st November — 10th November, London's leading Asian art dealers, auction houses and academic and cultural institutions will unite to present an exciting programme of gallery receptions, auctions, lectures, symposia and museum exhibitions.
Asian Art London 2017; TEFAF New York Fall 2017; BETWEEN THE LINES – Suda Kokuta works on paper c.1960; MASTERPIECE London 2017; TEFAF Maastricht 2017; INFINITE SPACE: THE NEW JAPAN; TEFAF NY 2016; Parcours-des-Mondes 2016; TEFAF 2016; Asian Art in London 2015; TEFAF 2015; Asian Art in London 2014; ASIAN ART IN LONDON ‘PAVILION’. Based in 36A Kensington Square, London, A and J Speelman specialise in Asian antiques, with a particular emphasis on sculpture and works of art from the past 2000 years.