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The Asian Art in London Art Awards 2018: The Winners

2 November 2018

Grace Tsumugi Fine Art and Bruun Rasmussen are the winners of this year’s Asian Art in London Art Awards, sponsored by Apollo and the Antiques Trade Gazette. The awards were presented at the Asian Art in London party, held at The Magazine, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Hyde Park.

The prizes were judged by a committee including curators from the Ashmolean and the Fitzwilliam Museum, and arts journalists from Apollo and the ATG.

Read Matthew Wilcox’s preview of Asian Art in London here.

The Winners

Best Artwork with an Art Dealer

Grace Tsumugi Fine Art

Set of fine lacquer writing box and document box with the design of flowers and plants of a Japanese garden in spring and autumn, the reverse with gulls and waves, Taisho era (1912–26), c. 1920

Koda Shuetsu (1881–1933)

Set of lacquer writing box and document box (c. 1920), Koda Shuetsu. Grace Tsumugi Fine Art

Best Artwork with an Auction House

A Chinese porcelain flask decorated in blue moulded with four dragon handles on the neck and decorated with dragon and design, Yuan dynasty (1280–1368)

A Chinese porcelain flask decorated in blue moulded with four dragon handles on the neck and decorated with dragon and design, Yuan dynasty (1280–1368). Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers

A Chinese porcelain flask decorated in blue moulded with four dragon handles on the neck and decorated with dragon and design, Yuan dynasty (1280–1368). Bruun Rasmussen

 

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