Hindman’s Asian Works of Art department handles Asian antiquities from individuals, estates and institutions. The department focuses on Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Himalayan and Southeast Asian works of art from the Neolithic period to early 20th Century. Our sales encompass a broad range of works such as jades, bronzes, ceramics, netsuke, snuff bottles, swords, sculptures, paintings and calligraphy, furniture and other classical media. The strongest and most successful category the department handles is Chinese works of art, paintings and furniture.
The Asian Works of Art department at Hindman conducts regularly scheduled auctions in March and September each year, coinciding with Asia Week New York. We invite you to our Asian Works of Art department for further information.
Annie Wu is a specialist for the Asian Works of Art department at Hindman.
Ms. Wu joined the firm in 2014 after working at an East Coast auction house as a specialist for Asian Works of Art and Ethnographic department for three years. Ms. Wu researches and appraises property daily, which includes jades, bronzes, ceramics, sculptures, snuff bottles, paintings, furniture and other classical media. Born and raised in Mainland China, Ms. Wu is fluent in both Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese and English. She has great language skills and many years of working experience in the auction business, in particular the world of Asian art.
“This bowl is a combination of fine painting and amazing pottery skill.”
“This carpet was dedicated in Ningshougong, the Palace of Heavenly Tranquility.”
“The form is beautiful but the color is even more important.”
You are welcome to submit items electronically or to contact any of our offices directly.
Our specialists are eager to help you learn more about your collection and current auction sale estimates.
To begin an estimate, our specialists will need: