From a majestic zitan dragon throne to a gilt bronze figure of an eleven-headed Avalokiteshvara, the works from Christie's New York Asian Art Week run the gamut – plus multiple highlights from the March 2016 series
On 15–18 March, the much-anticipated Asian Art Week at Christie’s presents an extraordinary breadth of Asian art drawn from across the continent. Assembling over 700 works and objects, the eight sales this season illuminate both the art and the richly varied histories of China, India and other regions. Among the many standouts include Huang Yongyu’s vivid Ink lotus, a magnificent 15th century gilt bronze example of Jambhala, the sumptuously coloured Painting of secret Begtse, exquisitely crafted snuff bottles and much more. Discover these and other masterworks in a feast of treasures during Asian Art Week.
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