Journeying East: The Wonders of Asian Art

Lot 314, Chinese gilt-bronze figure of Guandi, Doyle New York (March 14, 2016)

All eyes turn to New York this week in a spectacular 10-day celebration of Asian art. The city-wide festival comprises museum lectures, gallery talks, selling exhibitions, and auctions, including those by Invaluable partner Doyle New York. In anticipation of Asia Week, our editors have selected works from a variety of auctions available on Invaluable this month.

Lot 376, Large Chinese Sichuan pottery horse, Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD), Leonard Joel (March 20, 2016)


Lot 164, Antique Japanese boxwood netsuke of three monkeys, I.M. Chait (March 13, 2016)


Lot 34, Japanese suit of armor, Doyle New York (March 14, 2016)


Lot 237, Two Chinese agate flattened ovoid snuff bottles, 19th century, Freeman’s (March 12, 2016)


Lot 294, Celadon jade carved figure of a fisherman, Republic period, Lyon & Turnbull (March 22, 2016)


Lot 170, Pair of large Chinese blue and white porcelain “phoenix” covered jars, 18th century, Freeman’s (March 12, 2016)


Lot 60, Xi Gang Qing dynasty Mountain and Stream hanging scroll,
1796, Gianguan Auctions (March 19, 2016)

Find additional unique works of Asian art in sales this month including William’s Auctions’ Fine Asian Antiques and Works of Art (March 12), Oakridge’s Fine Asian Art & Antiques (March 19), and Marchant Auction and Estate Sales’ Important Chinese Arts Estate (March 26).