Tag Archives: Japanese art

Peter L. Rosenberg of Vallin Galleries

Discerning collectors, dealers, and museum curators of Asian art regularly made pilgrimages to a charming 18th century saltbox home in Wilton, Connecticut: Vallin Galleries. Owned and operated by Peter L. Rosenberg for nearly thirty years until his sudden death in December of 2013, Vallin Galleries was widely regarded as an outstanding source for the best of Asian art and antiques. Skinner is proud to offer Peter’s estate, a testimony to the nearly 75 years of the family business of selling Asian art, in a two-day auction April 26-27, 2014 in Boston.… Read More

Skinner Offers Asian Works of Art During Two-Day Auction in April
Auction Features The Estate of Esteemed Collector and Dealer, Peter L. Rosenberg

BOSTON, MA – March 31, 2014 Skinner, Inc. is pleased to announce an exceptional auction of Asian Works of Art, showcasing over 900 lots of quality items, to be held in a two-day sale on April 26 and April 27. The majority of the auction features items from The Estate of Peter L. Rosenberg, the renowned dealer and owner of Vallin Galleries in Wilton, CT.

Estate of Peter L.

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Nine Full Days to Bid on Asian Art in Upcoming Auctions

MARLBOROUGH, Mass. – January 9, 2014 – Skinner, Inc. will host an Asian Art – Online auction of over 300 objects from China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia beginning on January 28th and running through February 5th, 2014. On February 3rd and 4th, Skinner will offer over 800 additional lots in the live auction at the Marlborough Gallery. The auctions feature a diverse group of decorative items ranging from Chinese ceramics and porcelain to Buddhist sculpture and Asian furniture.… Read More

Skinner Offers Asian Works of Art at Auction on October 12

BOSTON, MA – September 23, 2013 – Skinner, Inc., internationally renowned auctioneers and appraisers of objects of value, will feature an extraordinary selection of treasures from China, Japan, Iran, and beyond during its Asian Works of Art auction on October 12. Over 500 lots will be offered during this fall sale, including exquisite jades, porcelains, silk embroideries, ivories, netsuke, and more.

Chinese Art

Among the highlights from China is the auction’s cover lot, an 18th century rhinoceros horn libation cup in beautiful condition (lot 185, estimated between $30,000 and $50,000).… Read More

Skinner to Host Asian Art Auction in Marlborough

MARLBOROUGH, Mass. – July 16, 2013 – Skinner, Inc. will host an auction of Asian Works of Art on July 26th in its Marlborough gallery. Following the event, a second offering of lots will be open for bidding beginning on July 29th through August 6th exclusively online as a Skinner timed auction. This eclectic sale features a wide variety of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese decorative arts and antiques, as well as a sampling of art and artifacts from Tibet, Thailand, the Middle East, and India.… Read More

Auction to Feature Art & Artifacts from Across Asia

BOSTON, Mass. – April 4, 2013 – Skinner, Inc. will host an auction of Asian Works of Art on April 20th in itsBoston gallery. The spring auction features various art forms from China, Japan and Korea including Chinese textiles and Tibetan artifacts, as well as paintings, rhinoceros cups, furniture, porcelain, and scholar’s objects.

Vases & Okimono

The auction’s top lot is an ovoid form cloisonné enamel vase by Japanese artist Ando Jubei (lot 141, estimated between $20,000 and $30,000).… Read More

Meet the Experts: Judith Dowling, Director of Asian Works of Art, Part II

While I was in graduate school studying Asian art, my husband had a sabbatical, and we took it in Japan. Before that, I’d visited Japan once or twice, but living there allowed me to immerse myself in the culture. I also went to China for several weeks, very soon after the country had opened up to the West. After I opened my gallery in Boston, I returned to Japan regularly looking for material.

Meet the Experts: Judith Dowling, Director of Asian Works of Art, Part I

The love for Asian works of art has been a part of me for a long time. When I was a young teenager, I went to the museum and I saw calligraphy for the first time. I thought it was beautiful. And then when I was told that it was a written language, I was fascinated.

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