Chinese Underglazed Blue and Iron Red Porcelain Fish Jar. This potted jar is painted in the round with eight iron-red carp swimming amid lotus blossoms and water weeds. Qing Dynasty, Height 12 3/8 inches. This jar is being auctioned by Doyle New York on March 18 for an estimated $20,000 to $30,000. (Courtesy of Doyle New York)
Celebrating the Art of Asia: Asia Week New York
BY Irene Luo
Irene is the assistant producer for American Thought Leaders. She previously interned for the China News team at the Epoch Times. She is a graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Political Science and East Asian Languages and Cultures.
Every year, Asia Week New York brings together leading Asian art specialists, auction houses, and museums for a 10-day celebration of Asian art.
From March 13 to 23, art enthusiasts can revel in nonstop special events, including auction sales, exhibitions, lectures, symposiums, and special tours. Six auction houses and over 40 international galleries are participating in Asia Week’s 10th anniversary this year.
The exhibited works span from ancient times to modern day and come from China, India, Southeast Asia, the Himalayas, Japan, and Korea.
All participating art dealers will open their doors to the public during Open House Weekend on March 16 and 17.
Published with permission from Elite Lifestyle Magazine.