Trio of Hindman Asian art sales led by handwritten Sutra
Sep 22, 2021
CHICAGO – On September 23 to 25, Hindman Auctions will present three days of Asian Art sales offering more than 900 lots ranging from early Asian lacquer and pottery wares to late 19th through early 20th century precious stone carvings and paintings. The series will launch with Asian Works of Art on September 23, followed by Japanese Works of Art on September 24 and will conclude with an online sale on September 25. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers
The September 23 Asian Works of Art auction will present more than 350 lots of fine Chinese works of art and Chinese paintings with a selection of important Japanese and Himalayan art. Prominent collections include property from the collection of Al and Hazel Sullivan of Prospect, Kentucky; the collection of James and Ana Melikian of Phoenix, Arizona; and the estate of Donna Wasserstrom of Cleveland, Ohio. Other important collections include the collection of Leung Kum Wah of Ontario, Canada, and property from Palm Springs Art Museum, California, which will be sold to support the care of collections and acquisition funds.