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The Asian Art in London Art Awards 2019: The Winners

7 November 2019

Jonathan Tucker Antonia Tozer Asian Art and Christie’s 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 Bonhams in New Bond Street, London.

The prizes were judged by a committee including members of the Asian Art in London board, Apollo editor Thomas Marks and Anne Crane from the Antiques Trade Gazette.

Read Susan Moore’s preview of Asian Art in London here.

The Winners

Best Artwork with an Art Dealer

Jonathan Tucker Antonia Tozer Asian Art

Standing schist Boddhisattva (2nd–3rd century AD), northwest Pakistan

Standing schist Boddhisattva (2nd–3rd century AD), northwest Pakistan

Standing schist Boddhisattva (2nd–3rd century AD), northwest Pakistan. Jonathan Tucker Antonia Tozer Asian Art

Best Artwork with an Auction House

A pair of imperial embellished ‘Da Ji’ double-gourd-form plaques, Qianlong Period (1736–95), China

A pair of imperial embellished ‘Da Ji’ double-gourd-form plaques, Qinalong Period (1736–95), China.

A pair of imperial embellished ‘Da Ji’ double-gourd-form plaques, Qianlong Period (1736–95), China. Christie’s London

 

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