Consigning your Chinese, Indian and Himalayan works of art and paintings to Sotheby’s is easy. Our next Asian Art auctions take place in March 2017, and we are actively seeking consignments now.

To consign, simply:

    1. E-mail photographs and any relevant information about your artwork to asiaweek@sothebys.com.

    2. Our Sotheby’s specialists look at all submissions, and will respond within 7 business days.

    3. If accepted, we help you arrange shipping of the artwork to our headquarters in New York.

That’s it! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach us at the e-mail address above or to call +1 212 606 7332

Sotheby’s leads the industry for the sale of exceptional Asian Art. View highlights from our September 2016 Asia Week sales below. For more information on either Chinese Works of Art or Classical Chinese Paintings, please visit their respective department pages.
 

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Important Chinese Art
A Rare Turquoise-Ground Famille-Rose 'Hui Mountain Retreat' Teapot and Cover
Qianlong Seal Mark And Period
Lot Sold: 3,490,000 USD
Important Chinese Art
Property from an Italian Private Collection
A Gilt-Bronze Figure Depicting Ngawang Lobsang Gyatso, Dalai Lama V Tibeto-Chinese, 18th Century
Lot Sold: 1,510,000 USD
Important Chinese Art
A Pair of Rare Wucai and Doucai 'Dragon And Phoenix' Bowls
Yongzheng Marks and Period
Lot Sold: 874,000 USD
Important Chinese Art
A Large Inscribed Bronze Bell
Dated Qianlong 13th Year, Corresponding To 1748
Lot Sold: 322,000 USD
Chinese Art Through the Eye Of Sakamoto Gorō: Early Chinese Art
A Magnificent Sancai-Glazed Ewer
Tang Dynasty
Lot Sold: 874,000 USD
The Roy and Marilyn Papp Collection Of Chinese Paintings
Wang Hui 1632-1717, et al.
The Kangxi Emperor's Southern Inspection Tour, Section of Scroll Vi: From The Town Of Benniu to the City of Changzhou on the Grand Canal
Lot Sold: 9,546,000 USD
The Roy and Marilyn Papp Collection of Chinese Paintings
Wang Yuanqi 1642-1715
Landscape Of Yushan
Lot Sold: 2,110,000 USD
The Roy and Marilyn Papp Collection of Chinese Paintings
Gu Fuzhen (1634-After 1716)
Seeking Instruction at Jingjiang
Lot Sold: 1,210,000 USD
Fine Classical Chinese Paintings & Calligraphy
Zhang Ruitu 1570-1641
Eighteen Luohan
Lot Sold: 2,230,000 USD
Fine Classical Chinese Paintings & Calligraphy
Zhu Xiaochun 1735-1801
Mount Lu
Lot Sold: 910,000 USD
Chinese Art Through The Eye Of Sakamoto Gorō: Early Chinese Art
A Rare Bronze Double-Owl-Form Ritual Vessel (You)
Shang Dynasty
Lot Sold: 730,000 USD
Important Chinese Art
A Very Rare Portuguese Market Blue And White Bottle Vase (Yuhuchunping)
Jiajing Mark And Period, Dated 1552
Lot Sold: 418,000 USD
Saturday At Sotheby’s: Asian Art
Four Carved Cinnabar Lacquer Panels
Late Qing Dynasty
Lot Sold: 125,000 USD

Chinese Art Through the Eye of Sakamoto Gorō: Early Chinese Art

13 September 2016 | New York

Important Chinese Art

13 September 2016 - 14 September 2016 | New York

The Roy and Marilyn Papp Collection of Chinese Paintings

14 September 2016 - 15 September 2016 | New York

Fine Classical Chinese Paintings & Calligraphy

15 September 2016 | New York

Saturday at Sotheby's: Asian Art

17 September 2016 | New York