Results: Sotheby's Asia Week achieved $52.4 million in six strong auctions, exceeding pre-sale estimates. With 76.5% of lots sold and 60.3% of lots surpassing high estimates, the Asian art sales at Sotheby's indicate continued collector interest in the finest works of art from China, India and and the Himalayas. Now is the time to consign to Sotheby’s next Asia Week auctions, which take place in September 2017. Consigning is easy: simply email images and a description of your artwork to email@example.com.
Auction Details: Sotheby’s March auction of Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian Art presents a curated selection of Buddhist, Hindu and Jain devotional, ritual and decorative works of art. Highlights include an elegant selection of Tibetan and Himalayan bronze sculpture and thangkas; Buddhist ritual objects; classical Indian sculpture led by a prestigious group of properties from The Cleveland Museum of Art being sold to benefit future acquisitions, and a very fine selection of Indian miniature paintings and drawings from the Lanier Collection featuring many works never before seen on the market. Our sale contains much to enjoy and discover!