The Trade in the Arts in Asia

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The Trade in the Arts in Asia

from the Days of the Silk Road to Now

An important and exceptionally rare Imperial Chinese blue and white bowl, Xuande mark and of the period (1399-1435) painted with a continuous frieze of four five-clawed dragons chasing flaming pearls and surrounded by cloud scrolls, the cavetto with a circular panel enclosing a scaly dragon within blue circles, the foot with a finely drawn six-character Xuande mark within double blue circles. 23cm diameter, 9.5cm high

TAASA members and friends are invited to a talk by Ray Tregaskis and a private viewing of the upcoming exhibition at Silk Road Asian Art.

Ray Tregaskis is perhaps the best-known commercial operator in the field of Asian Arts in Australia and has been for some forty years. Ray will discuss how the public interest has changed over this time and with it, how commercial factors have morphed over the years.

Trade has always been a driving factor with the development of the arts of Asia, and the ancient trading routes that were the Silk Road are a testament to this. But how does the trade look today? Ray will give an insight.

RSVP: By Monday 16 March to this email address only: vic.tassa@gmail.com

Further Information: Call Anita Archer 0402 067 070

How to Pay
1. By Direct Debit (“your name, Trade” as reference)
BSB: 012 003 Account Number: 2185 28414
Account Name: The Asian Arts Society of Australia

2. By credit card or Paypal on this website – see booking button on top right of this page

 

Details

Date:
19 March, 2020
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEDT
Event Category:

Organiser

TAASA
Email
bookings@taasa.org.au

Venue

Silk Road Asian Art
409 Malvern Road Victoria Australia + Google Map