Sotheby's Asia Week Sales Exceed $52.5 Million
SOTHEBY’S ASIA WEEK SALES EXCEED $52.5 MILLION, REACHING HIGH ESTIMATE
V.S. Gaitonde Leads Sotheby’s Asia Week Sales With $2.8m Painting
Classical Chinese Paintings Sale Totals $16,118,375, 88% Sold
Chinese Art Sales Bring $22,613,552 (est. $13.6/19.9m
) Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian Works of Art Sale Totals $5,613,438 (est. $3.5/5.2m)
Liu Dan: Transitions Selling Exhibition Achieves Over $1.8m
Saturday at Sotheby’s Still To Come With Estimate Of $1.3/1.9m
Henry Howard-Sneyd, Chairman, Asian Arts, Americas & Europe: “Our Asia Week total of more than $52.5 million is at the top of pre-sale expectations, proving that clients across the globe, particularly in Asia and the U.S., remain actively engaged collecting the finest examples of Asian Art. We tailored our offerings this week to the current climate, the result of which was exceptional prices across all six sales. We now look ahead to our Hong Kong sales where we have a strong series at the beginning of April.”
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