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Quick Link: Galleries are ordered according to update, with the most recent updates at the top of the page.show this page with limited thumbnails[click on the title or the small image to enter the Gallery] While living in India Michael Beste became fascinated by the arts and traditions of the country and its peoples. On his return to Germany in the mid-80's, he set up Noah's Ark - a gallery which reflects his love and respect for the wealth and diversity of India's culture through the ages.
Gallery on-line: January 31, 2007 Last update: February 15, 2018 (3 items) Eleanor Abraham began to collect Asian antiquities when she embarked upon her first career in Southeast Asia. She has been a dealer for 25 years. Her specialty is sculpture of stone and bronze from the 4th to 18th century from India, the Himalayas, and Southeast Asia. Outstanding tribal jewelry and embroidered village textiles are incorporated into her collection.
Ms. Abraham previously had a gallery on East 57th Street in New York City. She now deals privately by appointment. Gallery on-line: May 15, 2000 Last update: February 15, 2018 (6 items) Michael Backman Ltd, based in central London, deals in Rare Asian, Islamic and Colonial Antique Decorative Arts. In the last five years alone, We have sold around 150 objects to more than 20 museums worldwide, as well as many more items to dozens of private collections.
Gallery on-line: August 03, 2007 Last update: February 13, 2018 (3 items) Simon Ray: London, United Kingdom 3 item gallery Simon Ray has been dealing with Indian and Islamic Works of Art for thirty years, specialising in a wide range of fine and decorative court arts from the great Indian and Islamic empires. Gallery on-line: February 24, 2003 Last update: February 05, 2018 (3 items) Wei Asian Arts was established in 2001 by Paola D'Alatri and Howard Wei.
Since 2014 the gallery is managed by Howard Wei. He is member of Asian Art in Brussels and has exhibited regularly in New York (Asia Week) and San Francisco, Paris (Parcours des Mondes) and Belgium. He specialize in antique Asian ceramics, sculpture and works of arts with a special attention for Buddhist sculpture and scholar objects. Gallery on-line: May 27, 2004 Last update: February 01, 2018 (3 items) Specialties: Tea Ceremony, Ceramic, Scroll Painting, Screen, Hanging Scroll and Sculpture from Japan | Edo and Meiji Period Gallery on-line: November 26, 2001 Last update: January 31, 2018 (3 items) Safarà: United Kingdom 3 item gallery Safarà specializes in high quality antiquities from the Asian and the classical world, with an emphasis on Himalayan, Chinese, Indian, Roman classical antiquities and asian contemporary photographs.
Gallery on-line: October 10, 2017 Last update: January 26, 2018 (3 items) Dealer in Asian Art in Paris. Specializing in art from the Himalayas and Southeast Asia. Gallery on-line: January 18, 2018 Last update: January 18, 2018 (6 items) Susan Ollemans started her business in 1979 and has traded in Oriental Works of Art ever since. She was trained at the Percival David Foundation, SOAS London University, and worked as an agent for Spink and Sons for 15 years.
She has sold to the Museum of New South Wales, Australia; the Cultural History Museum, South Africa; the Hong Kong Museum; the Singapore National Museum and to many private collections around the world. Gallery on-line: March 20, 2006 Last update: January 09, 2018 (6 items) Rossi & Rossi specialize in traditional Tibetan and Himalayan art as well as in emerging contemporary artists from all over Asia.
Gallery on-line: May 01, 1995 Last update: December 15, 2017 (7 items) Rupert Smith Textiles has a rare collection of early Tibetan carpets as well as Khotan and Ningxia rugs. Gallery on-line: June 12, 1996 Last update: December 04, 2017 (3 items) Famarte: Belgium 3 item gallery After having finished her asian art studies at SOAS University London Farah Massart opened her gallery in Knokke Belgium in 2011 and she sells to private collectors throughout the world.
She specializes in sculptures and ritual objects from India, Southeast Asia and the Himalayas. Each year Famarte participates at international events and fairs, such as Asian Art Brussels and Cologne Fine art. Gallery on-line: December 15, 2014 Last update: December 04, 2017 (3 items) Marcel Nies has specialised in Oriental Art since 1972. Composed of a diversity of art, his collection includes sculptures, paintings, and ritual objects from India, the Himalayan mountains, and South-eastern Asia.
Gallery on-line: June 01, 1995 Last update: January 18, 2018 (15 items) Fredrica Kussin is an art expert who has amassed an impressive private collection of Asian Antiques, Textiles and Contemporary Art. Her love of art and travel has led to the discovery of rare and unique pieces in South East Asia. Her breadth of experience in the arts extends to film, music and writing. In her cutting-edge book, AllEtiquette.
com, Fredrica shared her expertise on international customs and manners. She has been a successful casting director, documentary researcher, commercial songwriter and the author of the weekly column ‘Just for Men’ in the Vancouver Sun. Gallery on-line: November 22, 2017 Last update: November 30, 2017 (3 items) Dealer in Asian Art in the UK for well over 30 years David Smith of Precious Treasure offers Fine Asian Antiques focusing on Buddhist Sculpture of the Himalayan region and China and Japanese woodblock Prints.
Gallery on-line: December 01, 2010 Last update: November 10, 2017 (3 items) Galerie Hioco has focused its expertise on Ancient Indian Art. Vietnamese art also plays a major role in the collection, with bronzes from the Dông Son culture, Champa and ceramics from the 1st to 6th centuries as well as the Ly and Trân dynasties. Christophe Hioco has been involved with Asia and India since the late 80's and the Gallery participates each year in prime events such as the Asia Weeks in London and New York, the Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris, the BRAFA and the BOAFair.
Gallery on-line: April 02, 2009 Last update: November 24, 2017 (7 items) John Eskenazi is one of the most internationally respected dealers in Indian, Gandharan, Himalayan and South-east Asian works of art. He is also a specialist in collectors' carpets and textiles. Gallery on-line: June 01, 1995 Last update: November 09, 2017 (1 items) Prahlad Bubbar is a dealer and consultant of Indian and Islamic art based in London.
His gallery is located in Mayfair’s Cork Street, a historical epicentre of the London art world. As a leading specialist in classical paintings from 1400-1900, respected in the field for his knowledge, he has placed works of historical importance and great beauty in the collections of over a dozen top international museums. Gallery on-line: September 12, 2011 Last update: October 31, 2017 (3 items) Art Tibet features an exquisite collection of Himalayan classical art collected over many years.
Rare and exquisite works in bronze, stone and wood, including many of museum quality, and a fine group of ritual objects are highlights of the collection. Gallery on-line: April 10, 2001 Last update: October 24, 2017 (3 items) Splendid artwork, icons, artifacts, textiles, and jewelry from South and Southeast Asia. Gallery on-line: July 06, 2007 Last update: January 08, 2018 (2 items) GILISTRA s.
a.s. was established in Turin, Italy in 1994. It presented a wide range of furniture and antique oriental objects selected and imported from Japan and China. Beginning with 2005 GILISTRA focused on twentieth-century Japanese Art. GILISTRA provides items and rare objects to both private collectors and art museums worldwide. Gallery on-line: March 10, 2015 Last update: October 19, 2017 (5 items) Nick Pitcher was formerly a director of Christie's and ran the Oriental Department at Christie's South Kensington from 1976 to 1990, when he left to set up his own business.
Since then he has operated from a discreet 1st floor premises just four doors from Sotheby's in the heart of London's Mayfair, specialising in early Chinese pottery, bronzes and later Chinese works of art of all kinds, from porcelain to paintings. He regularly exhibits at the New York and San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Shows. Gallery on-line: January 30, 2002 Last update: October 18, 2017 (3 items) Capriaquar places its experience and professionalism at the disposal of private collectors for estimates, appraisals and mediation of individual items, collections and hereditary legacies.
Capriaquar regularly exhibits at international fairs, a meeting point par excellence for collectors, experts, curators and amateurs of Asian art alike. The Gallery is open by appointment only. Gallery on-line: May 24, 2011 Last update: October 17, 2017 (4 items) Jewel of the Lotus is an international company which purveys magnificent antique adornments and artifacts from the Indian sub-continent.
Jewel of the Lotus sells to private collectors as well as other fine art galleries, museums. They are enthusiastic about your interest and hope these works of art inspire you to contact them for more information. Gallery on-line: March 14, 1997 Last update: September 15, 2017 (6 items) Au Lion Des Neiges, Objets Anciens de Culture Tibétaine, was established in 1979. In her gallery Marie-Françoise Fatton offers rare ritual and usual objects from Tibet, Nepal, Ladhak, Bhutan and Mongolia.
Several of her acquisitions can be found in various museums in the world. Gallery on-line: May 07, 2004 Last update: January 27, 2018 (4 items) From the late 70's Ethnoarte Gallery (founded by Mr. Gianfranco Rossi) has dealt in Southeast Asian art, Indian and Buddhist sculpture, ethnic jewelery and ritual art. Collecting antique art, says Gianfranco Rossi, is like being a lover, to which he adds: and with my life partner Elisabetta Parmegiani we managed to find the fine line between high quality curation and in-depth appreciation of Asian art.
Gallery on-line: May 15, 2003 Last update: August 30, 2017 (3 items) Renzo Freschi opened his gallery in 1976. He deals in antique Oriental art, with a particular preference for the sculpture of Gandhara, India and China from the second century BC to the thirteenth century AD. The gallery also deals in Tibetan art and Chinese furniture. Gallery on-line: February 25, 2001 Last update: August 28, 2017 (6 items) Robyn Turner, one of the only art dealers in the world to focus primarily on jade carvings after the Han period, has been dealing in Asian Art since 1976.
With an inventory including Chinese glass and Japanese ivory, her specialty is Chinese jade. Appraisal services available. Gallery on-line: May 23, 2002 Last update: August 18, 2017 (3 items) Sept. 12 -17, 2017: Parcours des Mondes is the most important show of tribal art by quality and diversity of its participants. Over the past several years, Asian art specialists have again been included in the fair, where many international galleries join their colleagues in Paris in the Fine Arts neighborhood of St.
Germain-des-Prés. Each gallery offers an intimate and personalized presentation of great masterpieces from Africa or Oceania, and now from Asia, ethnographic works of more affordable price, and other pieces sought after by collectors. Gallery on-line: August 01, 2016 Last update: August 07, 2017 (20 items) Founded in 1975 by Ramesh & Urmil Kapoor, Kapoor Galleries Inc specializes in Indian & Himalayan Arts.
The gallery has been instrumental in building collections worldwide for museums and distinguished private collectors. The gallery collection focuses on Indian Miniature Paintings and Himalayan Statuary. Gallery on-line: March 19, 2011 Last update: January 16, 2018 (1 items) For the last forty years International Art Center Gallery has been a point of reference for scholars and art lovers.
We specialize in antique sculptures and works of art with special attention to Indian art. We now deal privately by appointment only. Gallery on-line: April 17, 2017 Last update: August 02, 2017 (1 items) Jazmin Asian Arts deals in Indian and Asian fine antiques and Decorative Arts as well as specialising in original Chinese and Indian advertisement posters from the early 1900s.
Gallery on-line: April 24, 2001 Last update: February 12, 2018 (1 items) Renaud Montméat has been dealing with Asian art since 1999. Dedicated to Indian, Himalayan and South-eastern Asian art the gallery, situated in the centre of Paris, can be visited on request. Renaud Montméat also participates in the major Asian art fairs taking place in London, Brussels, Paris and New York.
The gallery is happy to collaborate with public institutions as well as with distinguished collectors. Gallery on-line: May 14, 2012 Last update: July 25, 2017 (6 items) The Dharma Gallery is a specialist purveyor of Asian religious works of art, with a particular emphasis on ancient stone, wood and bronze statuary from the Buddhist world. Gallery on-line: November 16, 2015 Last update: July 14, 2017 (3 items) Carlo Cristi specializes in high quality antiquities from South and Southeast Asia and the Himlayas.
He is equally dedicated to exhibiting fine objects in the fields of sculpture, painting and textiles. Gallery on-line: October 17, 2000 Last update: January 22, 2018 (4 items) Please check out our upcoming exhibition in Hong Kong on May 26-30th, 2017! Gallery on-line: August 07, 2013 Last update: April 20, 2017 (3 items) Thomas Murray is a private dealer of Asian and Tribal art with an emphasis on Indonesian sculpture and textiles.
He also features Indian printed cloth from the 13th-18th Centuries, and early Buddhist and Hindu works from South and Southeast Asia. He is a Contributing Editor for HALI, the International Magazine of Carpets and Textiles with over 30 publications to his name, including one on Himalayan Masks now up on the Asian Arts site. Gallery on-line: January 16, 2001 Last update: April 06, 2017 (6 items) Francesca Galloway is one of London's most experienced dealers in Indian Miniatures, Asian textiles and Indian and Islamic works of art.
Her gallery at 31 Dover Street hosts fine exhibitions of collections in these fields. Gallery on-line: November 23, 2005 Last update: January 12, 2017 (5 items) Under the Bo presents a wide variety of used & antique objects pertaining to cultures from all over Asia & beyond. From tribal to classic: archeology and paintings, jewelry and sculptures, textiles, furniture and architectural elements.
Gallery on-line: October 03, 2005 Last update: January 08, 2017 (3 items) Embark on a fascinating journey to the far east with this alluring auction. Featuring everything from a 9th century Tang ‘Changsha’ green-glazed ewer, to a cast iron head of Buddha from the Song Dynasty, and an 18th century red lacquered food container Ryukyu, immerse yourself in the magic of China & Japan.
Special conditions: 15 % buyer's premium excl. VAT. Gallery on-line: November 24, 2011 Last update: December 26, 2016 (3 items) Jonathan Tucker Antonia Tozer ASIAN ART 37 Bury Street St James's London SW1Y 6AU Tel: 020 7839 3414 [email protected] [email protected] www.asianartresource.com Gallery on-line: November 03, 2000 Last update: November 07, 2017 (1 items) Walter Arader Himalayan Art was founded in 2010.
The primary focus of the gallery is sculpture and painting of Tibetan, Chinese, Indian, and Nepalese origin dating from the 8-18th centuries. Walter has dealt significant works of art to institutions such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Rubin Museum of Art, The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, numerous public and semi-private museums in mainland China, as well as to numerous American, European, and Chinese private collections.
Gallery on-line: September 05, 2016 Last update: September 05, 2016 (6 items) Jacques How has been collecting and dealing in Chinese and South East Asian art, specialising in particular in rare early Buddhist art (he focuses on Dali Kingdom sculpture), "Barbarian kingdoms" (Dian, Ordos) as well as archaic works of art. Several museums, Institutions, dealers and private collectors are among his clientele.
Gallery on-line: May 23, 2013 Last update: August 30, 2016 (3 items) Indian Heritage is a gallery specializing in Indian and Himalayan Art. Located in the heart of Paris, facing the church on the Ile Saint Louis, it offers a wide range of primitive and classical pieces. Created by a passionate traveller, Indian Heritage is a place dedicated to Indian Culture. Gallery on-line: December 08, 2008 Last update: August 01, 2016 (3 items) ANCIENT ART OF ASIA offers specially selected fine Indian, Himalayan and Asian arts.
The Gallery is established since 1990 with great passion for Asian art. We have a collection of important Himalayan Bronzes and we are also passionate collecting bronzes from the region. The Gallery offers rare & unusual objects in new and interesting collecting areas specializing on Himalayan arts and artifacts. Gallery on-line: July 08, 2016 Last update: September 18, 2017 (1 items) Gandhara: Sydney, Australia 6 item gallery Founded in 1989 now with over 20 years experience in Asian artifacts and Sculpture, our galleries contain the highest quality pieces at extremely reasonable prices.
Ancient Asian Sculpture driven by Buddhist religious ideology and merit, carved and sculptured for religious purposes. Almost all of the pieces we offer are mounted on individually custom crafted stands of museum quality. Gallery on-line: December 09, 2008 Last update: April 20, 2017 (2 items) Established since 1999 on Saint Louis Island in the centre of Paris in France, the Alexis Renard gallery is offering a selection of fine works of art.
Our specialities are Islamic and Indian Art. As well as buying and selling, we offer appraisals and valuations. We also do: brokerage operations, sale of collections, and research of objects for museums, private collectors and dealers. Gallery on-line: December 03, 2007 Last update: June 28, 2016 (3 items) Boran Asian Art are specialists in fine Buddhist and Hindu works of art and have been sourcing, dealing and collecting for two generations.
Based in both Asia and Europe we supply private collections, institutions and Buddhist organisations worldwide. Gallery on-line: June 13, 2012 Last update: June 20, 2016 (3 items) Based in New York City, Nayef Homsi is a dealer of antiquities, works on paper, and fine decorative objects from India, Southeast Asia, and the Himalayas. Formerly the Director of the Doris Wiener Gallery, he worked closely with Ms.
Wiener, one of the foremost antiquities dealers of her time, in handling the placement of works in leading institutions and collections worldwide. Gallery on-line: March 27, 2013 Last update: May 02, 2016 (3 items) Elegant works of art form a constantly evolving collection, able to satisfy the demands of admirers, enthusiasts and collectors alike. Ethnologica has provided pieces to aid the establishment of a number of museums.
Moreover, the gallery has been involved in the organisation of cultural sectorial exhibitions, working alongside prestigious associations and cultural foundations, both public and private. Gallery on-line: October 27, 2009 Last update: May 18, 2016 (6 items) Soo Tze Oriental Antiques, established in 1983 is Australia's premier gallery for antiques and works of art from Asia, with a special emphasis on the Himalayan region.
Suzy Lebasi offers a broad range of paintings, sculpture and beautiful, unusual items from Tibet, Mongolia, Nepal and Bhutan, as well as Chinese, Burmese and Thai works of art of consistently high quality. Gallery on-line: June 09, 2003 Last update: March 03, 2016 (3 items) Established in1972, Yoshido Gallery is one of the dealers of Chinese and Japanese antiquities in Tokyo.
The gallery specializes in Chinese Buddhist stone sculptures, metal works and ceramics. We are a member of the Tokyo Art Club and Osaka Art Dealer's Association. Gallery on-line: March 09, 2015 Last update: February 15, 2016 (3 items) My East: Thailand 3 item gallery My East gallery specialises in South East Asian and Chinese art, with emphasis in sculptures and ceramics.
Gallery on-line: July 25, 1999 Last update: November 13, 2015 (3 items) Uzbek Craft Online Gallery was established in Uzbekistan in 2005. Today we offer to your attention various kinds of exotic oriental arts for your home, office, friends, relatives and your family. A work of art is the best investment in value. It is obvious that the more distinctive the piece of art the more it is appreciated in value.
Gallery on-line: July 05, 2007 Last update: September 11, 2015 Astamangala, established in 1979, is the only gallery in Holland specializing in ancient art and ethnographic objects from the Himalayan region. The main focus is on Buddhist art from Tibet, with a collection of thangkas ranging from the 12th to the beginning of the 20th century, bronzes, with an emphasis on the earlier styles (till the 17th century), ritual objects, furniture, textiles and rugs, etc.
Gallery on-line: May 16, 2005 Last update: September 03, 2015 (6 items) Photo Kathmandu 2015, Nepal’s first photography festival, is promoting this Special Print Sale to raise funds to support the rebuilding of heritage sites in the historic city of Patan. All funds will be directed towards the Kathmandu Valley Preservation Trust (KVPT), the only organization of experts in Nepal dedicated to the preservation of its architectural heritage.
Gallery on-line: July 28, 2015 Last update: July 28, 2015 (6 items) Mukti Singh is one of Nepal's foremost traditional painters. A Magar from Bandipur in the Eastern hills, Mukti came to Kathmandu and began painting in the 70s, and quickly became attracted to the early medieval Newar style of the 13-16th centuries. In this style he has become a master, one of the only painters using this style and associated techniques who does not rely on copying earlier works, preferring to design his own compositions within the bounds of Newar iconography and style.
Gallery on-line: June 15, 2015 Last update: June 16, 2015 (6 items) Mark Powley, formerly of Spink and Son, has been established in San Francisco since 2000. He specializes in fine Chinese ceramics and works of art predominantly dating from the Ming to the Qing dynasties. Gallery on-line: January 24, 2007 Last update: March 03, 2015 (3 items) The Wiener name has been associated with Indian Himalayan and Southeast Asian antiquities since the late 1950's.
Nancy Wiener continues the tradition and is recognized as one of the premier dealers in the field. In addition to classical sculpture and painting, the gallery focuses on decorative arts, jewelry, and 19th and 20th century photography. Objects purchased from the gallery are in major museums and private collections worldwide. Gallery on-line: October 16, 1998 Last update: March 02, 2015 (5 items) Joyce Gallery specializes in archaic bronzes and ancient sculptures from across China.
On display in its two-story showroom is a collection of museum quality antiquities dating back to the Shang dynasty, including ancient bronzes, stone carvings, gold and silver wares, jades, Buddhist works of art, potteries and sancai ceramics. It guarantees its descriptions of the period and the history of its items. Gallery on-line: May 10, 2010 Last update: April 10, 2015 (2 items) Arga Inc.
focuses on fine antiques from Asia: Ceramics, old Jades, Bronzes, Sculptures, Lacquerware, Enamels, and features an ever changing assortment of fine works from dealers and collectors around the world. Gallery on-line: January 29, 1999 Last update: November 28, 2014 (6 items) The Joel Cooner Gallery specializes in important Tribal, Asian, Oceanic, Pre-Columbian and Ancient artworks.
They cater to the discerning collector and search the world for pieces with cultural significance and a distinctive presence. Gallery on-line: February 24, 2006 Last update: September 18, 2015 (1 items) Exquisite sculptures, objects of beauty and jewelry from China, Southeast and South Asia (e.g. Dong Sôn, Khmer, Gandhara, Gupta, etc...). The gallery also focuses on tribal art (Oceania and Madagascar), as well as on Chinese classical furniture.
Gallery on-line: May 07, 2014 Last update: May 07, 2014 Arthur Leeper is a dealer and consultant in the sale of Chinese art, based in the San Francisco area. He has traveled widely in Asia since 1974, pursuing his interests in Asian art and cultures, particularly Tibet and China. Mr. Leeper helped curate a pioneering exhibition of Tibetan rugs at the Textile Museum in Washington, D.
C. in 1983 and he has written and lectured on Chinese textiles. Gallery on-line: March 19, 2010 Last update: January 18, 2015 (3 items) Classic Art specializes in high quality classic Asian Sculptures from India and Southeast Asia. Featured works include Asian and Buddhist sculptures as well as Oriental Antiques. Gallery on-line: June 24, 2011 Last update: March 03, 2014 (3 items) A.
B.C. Art of Bessie Chen Specializes in museum quality fine art from China, Tibet and Southeast Asia...Especially in Chinese Ming, Qing Furniture, Gilt Bronze Buddhas, and Fine Ceramics. Gallery on-line: August 11, 2006 Last update: January 17, 2014 (3 items) The Arnold H. Lieberman Gallery was established in New York in 1971, and since has become an important resource for Asian antiquities to institutions such as The Los Angeles County Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Museum, The Virginia Museum of Art, The Newark Museum of Art, as well as other prestigious institutions in Canada, Europe, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, and Australia.
Located in Manhattan, the gallery is open by appointment only, Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Gallery on-line: May 19, 1999 Last update: July 11, 2013 (1 items) The Gedun Choephel Artists' Guild is the cooperative venture of a group of Lhasa's top contemporary painters. The Gallery is located in the heart of Lhasa's ancient Barkhor. Guild painters are represented in Nepal and the USA by leading galleries.
Gallery on-line: August 02, 2004 Last update: August 08, 2010 The Endless Knot Asian Art is a web based gallery that offers rare artworks of high quality as well as less expensive items to cater for new collectors at entry level. The directors have traveled extensively in Asia and between them have over fifty years experience as collectors and students of Asian Art. Gallery on-line: September 30, 2010 Last update: May 18, 2012 (3 items) Cynthia Shaver is an Accredited Senior Appraiser of Asian Art with the American Society of Appraisers (ASA).
She is the author of the essay "Sashiko: A Japanese Stichery" in Beyond The Tanabata Bridge catalog from the Seattle Art Museum, and co-authored Hanten and Happi published by Shikosha. Gallery on-line: July 25, 2000 Last update: February 24, 2016 (1 items) Peaceful Wind of Santa Fe NM features the Art of the Himalayas, India and Southeast Asia in their on-line gallery pages, posted on Asianart.
com since March 17 1995. Gallery on-line: March 17, 1995 Last update: March 11, 2016 (1 items) Lotus Asian Art & Antiques Gallery brings together exquisite Asian artistry from the Neolithic period to today's prolific talents. Lotus houses antiquities and contemporary art from across Asia. Featured works include sculpture, fine pottery, paintings, textiles, and furnishings.
Gallery on-line: January 12, 2004 Last update: July 01, 2011 (1 items) PWContemporary is dedicated to presenting the finest contemporary artists of the Himalayan region to our clients: we specialize in the work of artists from Lhasa, Tibet, and the Kathmandu valley of Nepal. We are affiliated with Peaceful Wind, and are located directly across the hall at our downtown Santa Fe location, upstairs in an old building a short walk from the Plaza.
Gallery on-line: July 23, 2009 Last update: August 07, 2012 (12 items) Michel Halter is a renowned specialist dealer in antique and ethnic jewellery. He is also a law graduate, an expert to the Law Courts and a member of ABEX, the official Belgian Experts Association. For over 25 years, his passion has led him to uncover the most remarkable pieces of ethnic jewellery from many parts of the world.
Gallery on-line: May 19, 2009 Last update: June 07, 2010 (3 items) Himalaya Typical Art features fine Himalayan antiques with an emphasis on ethnographic art from the Nepal middle hills and southern Tibet. Inventory, drawn from over a decade of collecting in Asia, includes architectural pieces, bronze domestic vessels and implements, ritual objects, masks, and furniture.
All inquiries and specific requests are welcome. Gallery on-line: October 03, 2001 Last update: December 29, 2008 (6 items) Indokain: Santa Fe, USA 3 item gallery A selection of fine Indonesian textiles. Connoisseurs of the Indonesian textile arts know the spell these rich earthy colors and scintillating patterns can cast. Gallery on-line: February 03, 1998 Last update: September 18, 2009 (1 items) Specializing in fine Tibetan arts, Burmese and SE Asian sculptures.
Acala Gallery is in River City, Bangkok's premiere antique gallery location. Gallery on-line: October 08, 1997 Last update: December 21, 2008 (2 items) Collection of artistic charm of Thai, Cambodian, Laotian, Myanmar, and Vietnamese antiques and handicrafts. Cultural treasures collected from the region of Buddhism dominated South East Asia. Genuine antiques to souvenirs, and home decorative items, from various sources, be it wood carving, bronze sclupture, stone statues, textiles or wickerwork.
Gallery on-line: March 15, 2006 Last update: August 08, 2006 (3 items) Depuis sa création en 1983, la galerie Le Toit du Monde s'est vouée aux cultures himalayennes : animistes, chamaniques, hindouistes et bouddhistes. A travers de nombreuses expositions elle s'est évertuée, avec son créateur et animateur François Pannier, à promouvoir les cultures du Népal, Tibet, Sikkim, Bhouthan, Laddakh, Himachal et Arunachal.
Pradesh. Mieux faire connaître ces pays et découvrir des faces cachées ou méconnues de leurs cultures sont notre plaisir et notre ambition. Gallery on-line: February 22, 2004 Last update: June 12, 2006 (3 items) Kesi Silks established 20 years ago in Kathmandu, is a small atelier dedicated to reviving and preserving the rare art form of kesi or ko'ssu silk tapestries. We create truly unique art works of outstanding quality and craftmanship, producing what will become the antiques of tomorrow.
Tapestries can be purchased from our collection or ordered by commission. Gallery on-line: November 08, 2002 Last update: March 30, 2006 With over 20 years of experience dealing Chinese and Tibetan antiques, Teresa Coleman Fine Arts is best known for its collection of antique embroidered costumes from the Chinese imperial court, with approximately 2,000 pieces dating from the Ching Dynasty (1644-1911).
Complimenting the collection are costume accessories and ornaments, including fans, lacquered boxes, and jewelry. The gallery also has a good collection of antique oriental rugs from Tibet and China. Gallery on-line: December 05, 2005 Last update: December 05, 2005
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The Louvre in Paris, France, was the most visited art museum in the world in 2016. Play media The National Gallery of Art, Washington DC. An art museum or art gallery is a building or space for the exhibition of art, usually visual art. Museums can be public or private, but what distinguishes a museum is the ownership of a collection. Paintings are the most commonly displayed art objects; however, sculptures, decorative arts, furniture, textiles, costumes, drawings, pastels, watercolors, collages, prints, artist's books, photographs, and installation art are also regularly shown.
 Although primarily concerned with providing a space to show works of visual art, art galleries are sometimes used to host other artistic activities, such as performance arts, music concerts, or poetry readings. Types of galleries The Gallery of Cornelis van der Geest, Willem van Haecht, 1628. A private picture gallery as an early precursor of the modern museum. The term relates to public and private institutions.
Public galleries are non-profit or public museums displaying selected art collections. Private galleries refer to commercial enterprises for selling art. However, both types may host traveling exhibits or temporary exhibitions including art borrowed from elsewhere. In broad terms, in North American usage, the word gallery alone often implies a private gallery, while a public gallery is likely an art museum.
In British and Commonwealth usage, the word gallery alone implies a public gallery, which is distinguished from a private or commercial gallery, and the word museum alone is understood to refer to institutions holding collections of historic, archaeological or scientific artefacts, rather than fine art. Galleries in museums The rooms in museums where art is displayed for the public are often referred to as galleries as well, with a room dedicated to Ancient Egyptian art often being called the Egyptian Gallery, for example.
Contemporary gallery Main article: Contemporary art gallery The term contemporary art gallery refers to a private for-profit commercial gallery. These galleries are found clustered together in large urban centers. Smaller cities are home to at least one gallery, but they may also be found in towns or villages, and remote areas where artists congregate, e.g. the Taos art colony and St Ives, Cornwall.
Contemporary art galleries are often open to the general public without charge; however, some are semi-private. They profit by taking a portion of art sales; twenty-five to fifty per cent is typical. There are also many non-profit or collective galleries. Some galleries in cities like Tokyo charge the artists a flat rate per day, though this is considered distasteful in some international art markets.
Galleries often hang solo shows. Curators often create group shows with a message about a certain theme, trend in art, or group of associated artists. Galleries sometimes choose to represent exclusive artists, giving them opportunities for regular shows. A gallery's definition can also include the artist cooperative or artist-run space, which often (in North America and Western Europe) operates as a space with a more democratic mission and selection process.
Such galleries have a board of directors and a volunteer or paid support staff who select and curate shows by committee, or some kind of similar process to choose art often lacking commercial ends. Vanity galleries Main article: Vanity gallery A vanity gallery is an art gallery charging fees from artists to show their work, much like a vanity press does for authors. The shows lack legitimate curation and often include as many artists as possible.
Most art professionals are able to identify them on an artist's resume. University museums and galleries University of Tartu Art Museum is the oldest museum in Estonia. Main article: University art museums and galleries in the United States University art museums and galleries constitute collections of art developed, owned, and maintained by all kinds of schools, community colleges, colleges, and universities.
This phenomenon exists in the West and East, making it a global practice. Although overlooked, there are over 700 university art museums in the US alone. This number, compared to other kinds of art museums, makes university art museums perhaps the largest category of art museums in the country. While the first of these collections can be traced to learning collections developed in art academies in Western Europe, they are now associated with and housed in centers of higher education of all types.
History Private collections Throughout history, large and expensive works of art have generally been commissioned by religious institutions and monarchs and been displayed in temples, churches, and palaces. Although these collections of art were private, they were often made available for viewing for a portion of the public. In classical times, religious institutions began to function as an early form of art gallery.
Wealthy Roman collectors of engraved gems (including Julius Caesar) and other precious objects often donated their collections to temples. It is unclear how easy it was in practice for the public to view these items. The art collection at the Palace of Versailles in France was periodically open for 'respectable' public viewing. In Europe, from the Late Medieval period onwards, areas in royal palaces, castles, and large country houses of the social elite were often made partially accessible to sections of the public, where art collections could be viewed.
At the Palace of Versailles, entrance was restricted to people wearing the proper apparel – the appropriate accessories (silver shoe buckles and a sword) could be hired from shops outside. The treasuries of cathedrals and large churches, or parts of them, were often set out for public display. Many of the grander English country houses could be toured by the respectable for a tip to the housekeeper, during the long periods when the family were not in residence.
Special arrangements were made to allow the public to see many royal or private collections placed in galleries, as with most of the paintings of the Orleans Collection, which were housed in a wing of the Palais-Royal in Paris and could be visited for most of the 18th century. In Italy, the art tourism of the Grand Tour became a major industry from the 18th century onwards, and cities made efforts to make their key works accessible.
The Capitoline Museums began in 1471 with a donation of classical sculpture to the city of Rome by the Papacy, while the Vatican Museums, whose collections are still owned by the Pope, trace their foundation to 1506, when the recently discovered Laocoön and His Sons was put on public display. A series of museums on different subjects were opened over subsequent centuries, and many of the buildings of the Vatican were purpose-built as galleries.
An early royal treasury opened to the public was the Grünes Gewölbe of the Kingdom of Saxony in the 1720s. Privately established museums open to the public began to be established from the 17th century onwards, often based around a collection of the cabinet of curiosities type. The first such museum was the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, opened in 1683 to house and display the artefacts of Elias Ashmole that were given to Oxford University in a bequest.
Public galleries The British Museum, established in 1753 at the Montagu House as one of the earliest national collections open to the public. In the second half of the eighteenth century, many private collections of art were nationalised and opened to the public. In 1753, the British Museum was established and the Old Royal Library collection of manuscripts and artwork was donated to it for public viewing.
In 1777, a proposal to the British government was put forward by MP John Wilkes to buy the art collection of the then late Sir Robert Walpole who had amassed one of the greatest such collections in Europe, and house it in a specially built wing of the British Museum for public viewing. After much debate, the idea was eventually abandoned due to the great expense, and twenty years later, the collection was bought by Tsarina Catherine the Great of Russia and housed in the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg.
 The Bavarian royal collection (now in the Alte Pinakothek, Munich) was opened to the public in 1779 and the Medici collection in Florence around 1789 (as the Uffizi Gallery). The opening of the Musée du Louvre during the French Revolution in 1793 as a public museum for much of the former French royal collection marked an important stage in the development of public access to art by transferring the ownership to a republican state; but it was a continuation of trends already well established.
 The building now occupied by the Prado in Madrid was built before the French Revolution for the public display of parts of the royal art collection, and similar royal galleries were opened to the public in Vienna, Munich and other capitals. In Great Britain, however, the corresponding Royal Collection remained in the private hands of the monarch and the first purpose-built national art galleries were the Dulwich Picture Gallery, founded in 1814 and the National Gallery opened to the public a decade later in 1824.
Visual art not shown in a gallery Works on paper, such as drawings, pastels, watercolors, prints, and photographs are typically not permanently displayed for conservation reasons. Instead, public access to these materials is provided by a dedicated print study room located within the museum. Murals generally remain where they have been painted, although many have been removed to galleries. Various forms of 20th-century art, such as land art and performance art, also usually exist outside a gallery.
Photographic records of these kinds of art are often shown in galleries, however. Most museum and large art galleries own more works than they have room to display. The rest are held in reserve collections, on or off-site. Similar to an art gallery is the sculpture garden (or "sculpture park"), which presents sculpture in an outdoor space. Sculpture installation has grown in popularity, whereby temporary sculptures are installed in open spaces during events like festivals.
Architecture The architectural form of the art gallery was established by Sir John Soane with his design for the Dulwich Picture Gallery in 1817. This established the gallery as a series of interconnected rooms with largely uninterrupted wall spaces for hanging pictures and indirect lighting from skylights or roof lanterns. The late 19th century saw a boom in the building of public art galleries in Europe and America, becoming an essential cultural feature of larger cities.
More art galleries rose up alongside museums and public libraries as part of the municipal drive for literacy and public education. In the middle and late twentieth century, earlier architectural styles employed for art museums (such as the Beaux-Arts style of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City or the Gothic and Renaissance Revival architecture of Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum) succumbed to modern styles, such as Deconstructivism.
Examples of this trend include the Guggenheim Museum in New York City by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao by Frank Gehry, Centre Pompidou-Metz by Shigeru Ban, and the redesign of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art by Mario Botta. Some critics argue these galleries defeat their purposes because their dramatic interior spaces distract the eye from the paintings they are supposed to exhibit.
Cultural aspects Many art museums throughout history have been designed with a cultural purpose or been subject to political intervention. In particular, national art galleries have been thought to incite feelings of nationalism. This has occurred in both democratic and non-democratic countries, although authoritarian regimes have historically exercised more control over administration of art museums.
Ludwig Justi was for example dismissed as director of the Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery) in Berlin in 1933 by the new Nazi authorities for not being politically suitable. The question of the place of the art museum in its community has long been under debate. Some see art museums is fundamentally elitist institutions, while others see them as institutions with the potential for societal education and uplift.
John Cotton Dana, an American librarian and museum director, as well as the founder of the Newark Museum, saw the traditional art museum as a useless public institution, one that focused more on fashion and conformity rather than education and uplift. Indeed, Dana's ideal museum would be one best suited for active and vigorous use by the average citizen, located near the center of their daily movement.
In addition, Dana's conception of the perfect museum included a wider variety of objects than the traditional art museum, including industrial tools and handicrafts that encourage imagination in areas traditionally considered mundane. This view of the art museum envisions it as one well-suited to an industrial world, indeed enhancing it. Dana viewed paintings and sculptures as much less useful than industrial products, comparing the museum to a department store.
In addition, he encouraged the active lending-out of a museum's collected objects in order to enhance education at schools and to aid in the cultural development of individual members of the community. Finally, Dana saw branch museums throughout a city as a good method of making sure that every citizen has access to its benefits. Dana's view of the ideal museum sought to invest a wider variety of people in it, and was self-consciously not elitist.
 Since the 1970s, a number of political theorists and social commentators have pointed to the political implications of art museums and social relations. Pierre Bourdieu, for instance, argued that in spite the apparent freedom of choice in the arts, people's artistic preferences (such as classical music, rock, traditional music) strongly tie in with their social position. So called cultural capital is a major factor in social mobility (for example, getting a higher-paid, higher-status job).
The argument states that certain art museums are aimed at perpetuating aristocratic and upper class ideals of taste and excludes segments of society without the social opportunities to develop such interest. The fine arts thus perpetuate social inequality by creating divisions between different social groups. This argument also ties in with the Marxist theory of mystification and elite culture. Furthermore, certain art galleries, such as the National Gallery in London and the Louvre in Paris are situated in buildings of considerable emotional impact.
The Louvre in Paris is for instance located in the former Royal Castle of the ancient regime, and is thus clearly designed with a political agenda. It has been argued that such buildings create feelings of subjugation and adds to the mystification of fine arts. Online museums Museums with major web presences Most art museums have only limited online collections, but a few museums, as well as some libraries and government agencies, have developed substantial online catalogues.
Museums, libraries, and government agencies with substantial online collections of prints, photographs, and other works on paper include: Library of Congress, prints (C19 on) and photographs collection (several million entries). The British Museum has 2,045,291 objects available online, of which 715,184 have one or more images (as of August 2011). Museums, libraries, and government agencies with substantial online collections with more focus on paintings and sculpture include: Rijksmuseum has 399,189 objects available online, of which 153,309 have one or more images.
 National Portrait Gallery, with over 185,000 works, including both painted and photographic portraits. Metropolitan Museum of Art, with over 400 separate galleries, each containing several hundred works. MOMA (Museum of Modern Art), with nearly 50,000 works from collections of painting, drawing, print, sculpture, film, photography, and performance art. Boston Museum of Fine Arts, with over 330,000 works, most with images.
Good for prints. Fine Art Museums of San Francisco, with over 85,000 works. Harvard Art Museums, with over 81,000 works, about half of which have very low resolution images. Louvre, with over 80,000 works in various databases, with a large number of images, as well as another 140,000 drawings. National Gallery of Art, with over 108,000 works catalogued, though with only 6,000 images. (in French) The Mona Lisa Database of French Museums — Joconde *(from the French Ministry of Culture) Gallery Photoclass South Korea Art Gallery – since 2002 Online art collections There are a number of online art catalogues and galleries that have been developed independently of the support of any individual museum.
Many of these, like American Art Gallery, are attempts to develop galleries of artwork that are encyclopedic or historical in focus, while others are commercial efforts to sell the work of contemporary artists. A limited number of such sites have independent importance in the art world. The large auction houses, such as Sotheby's, Bonhams, and Christie's, maintain large online databases of art which they have auctioned or are auctioning.
Bridgeman Art Library serves as a central source of reproductions of artwork, with access limited to museums, art dealers, and other professionals or professional organizations. Folksonomy There are also online galleries that have been developed by a collaboration of museums and galleries that are more interested with the categorization of art. They are interested in the potential use of folksonomy within museums and the requirements for post-processing of terms that have been gathered, both to test their utility and to deploy them in useful ways.
The steve.museum is one example of a site that is experimenting with this collaborative philosophy. The participating institutions include the Guggenheim Museum, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Museum lists List of museums (major Wikipedia page, listing links to articles on many specific museums, worldwide, sorted by country) List of most visited art museums in the world List of largest art museums in the world International and national lists World: World Heritage Site (s) (per UNESCO) World (modern art): Museums of modern art Latin America: Museums in Latin America, on the website of the Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC) of the University of Texas at Austin USA: Category:Institutions accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, alphabetical list with links.
USA: ART MUSEUMS, ART CENTERS, and NON-PROFIT ART ORGANIZATIONS web page, sorted by state, on the website Art Collecting.com. USA: Museums page, listing (with links) the national museums of the United States, in the "History, Arts, and Culture" subsection of the "Citizens" section of the U.S. federal government's general information website USA.gov Local area lists European local areas List of museums in London, England, UK List of museums in Paris, France List of museums in Rome, Italy North American local areas List of museums in San Francisco, California, USA List of museums in Los Angeles, California, USA List of museums in Massachusetts, USA List of museums in New York City, New York, USA List of museums in Toronto, Canada Organizations NOTE: There are relatively few local/regional/national organizations specifically for ART MUSEUMS.
Most art museums are associated with local/regional/national organizations for ARTS or HUMANITIES or MUSEUMS. Many of these organizations, in the USA, are listed on these websites, with web links: International and topical organizations UNESCO – the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization—the leading global organization for the preservation and presentation of world cultures and arts.
International Council of Museums Association of Art Historians Association of Art Museum Curators Association of Art Museum Directors Independent Curators International International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT) College Art Association (CAA) Small Museum Association, an all-volunteer organization serving small museums in the mid-Atlantic region and beyond. North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM) The Artists' Materials Center: An applied research organization at Carnegie Mellon University dedicated to helping museums, libraries, and archives improve the ways of caring for their collections.
International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM): an intergovernmental organization dedicated to the conservation of cultural heritage. International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC) National organizations Australia: Museums Australia Canada: Canadian Art Museum Directors Organization (CAMDO) Canada: Canadian Museums Association Japan: Japan Association of Art Museums (English language page) Japan: Japanese Association of Museums (English language page) USA: American Alliance of Museums, formerly the American Association of Museums USA: American Federation of Arts USA: National Art Education Association, and specifically their Museum Education Division USA: American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC).
United Kingdom: The Museums Association (MA) is a professional membership organisation based in London for museum, gallery, and heritage professionals, museums, galleries and heritage organisations, and companies that work in the museum, gallery, and heritage sector of the United Kingdom. It also offers international membership. Started in 1889, it is the oldest museum association in the world, and has over 5,000 individual members, 600 institutional members, and 250 corporate members.
Other organizations (for multiple museums) Regional, provincial, and state museum organizations Canada, Ontario: Ontario Museum Association and Ontario Association of Art Galleries USA, western states: Western Museums Association USA, western states: Museums West Consortium, an association of 13 museums of the American West. USA, western states: Western Association for Art Conservation (WAAC) USA, CA (California): California Association of Museums USA, FL (Florida): Florida Art Museum Directors Association—an affiliate of the Florida Association of Museums District, local and community museum organizations USA, DC, Washington: Smithsonian Institution, the official national museum, and controlling organization for most major art and cultural museums in Washington, D.
C., national museums with major art collections, as well as other national historic and cultural facilities nationwide. The Smithsonian also—directly or indirectly, and throrugh traveling exhibits—coordinates some federal government support of museums (art and other), nationally. Also partners with many museums tbroughout the United States, each designated as a "Smithsonian Affiliate" institution.
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