Asian Art in London Launches A New Digital Sales Magazine With Prices Listed

  • June 08, 2021 13:17

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From SUSAN PAGE. Agate, honey colour with natural darker inclusions minimally carved to reveal the silhouette of a scholar inscribing into rockwork, with a tree to one side. 1780-1850.

Asian Art in London will launch a new digital sales magazine, featuring 52 carefully curated works of Asian art from 26 of Asian Art in London’s dealer participants.

Due to be published bi-monthly, this sales platform gives collectors digital access to works of art across the Asian art spectrum and over a wide range of price points throughout the year. It is a response to the art market evolving and developing its online presence during the pandemic.

The price of each item is listed and is for sale directly from the dealer presenting it. This is the first time that the UK’s art dealers have collaborated on this scale with publicly released prices. 

From MICHAEL GOEDHUIS. Yao Jui-chung, Good Times: Lion Leopard Lake, 2020. Handmade paper, gold leaf and ink, 78 1/4 x 60 3/4 in (198.5 x 154 cm).

Items from antique works of art to modern masters and emerging contemporary artists are included; decorative along with academic. Henry Howard-Sneyd, Chair of Asian Art in London, writes: ‘Ranging from the 2nd Century BCE to 2021 in date and representing the cultures of half the world’s population; almost every material imaginable is used and almost every use is a possibility represented.’

The digital magazine will be sent to Asian Art in London’s mailing list and to the participating dealers’ clientele on 8th June. New readers who wish to receive the priced magazine can sign up to the mailing list on Asian Art in London’s website (

The full list of dealers included in the first issue is as follows:

Aktis Gallery
Eskenazi Ltd
Grosvenor Gallery
Hanga Ten
J.A.N. Fine Art
Jacqueline Simcox Ltd.
John Eskenazi Ltd.
Jonathan Hope
Joost van den Bergh
Jorge Welsh Works of Art
Lam & Co Antiquities
Lam & Co UK
Littleton & Hennessy Asian Art

Mayor Gallery
Michael Goedhuis
Mingei Japanese Arts
Peter Finer
Priestley & Ferraro
Rob Dean Art
Runjeet Singh
Shahnaz Gallery
Shapero Rare Books
Simon Pilling
Sue Ollemans
Susan Page Chinese Snuff Bottles

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