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Asian Fine Arts

Wondering how much your Asian fine art collection is worth? Turn to our team of reputable, full-service experts to appraise them at Wm. Roland Appraisers & Estate Advisors! 

What are Asian Fine Arts?

Asia is a geographic term that covers a vast continent spanning various regions. In categorizing Asia, we can view it as extensive regions that group certain countries together, or as regions that share cultural similarities. As the world’s most populated continent, we can expect Asian art to reflect the same diversity in Asia. The fine arts of Asia comprise diverse ideas and cultures from many different places. 

Some of the most notable subcategories of Asian fine art include: 

  • China 
  • Japan
  • Korea
  • The Himalayas
  • Southeast Asia (encompassing Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam)
  • South Asia (India and Pakistan)
  • West Asia (Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and Afghanistan)
  • Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan)

Popular Types of Asian Fine Arts

With the diversity of art, culture, language, and different philosophical schools of thought in Asia, we observe several types of Asian fine arts. Collections range from ceramics, metalwork, paintings, sculptures, to furniture, tapestries, scrolls, calligraphy, and woodblock prints. Each type of work is associated with its underlying history and tradition that embodies a specific cultural heritage.  

Some notable artists in the contemporary Asian fine arts scene include Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, South Korean artist Haegue Yang, and Indonesian artist Christine Ay Tjoe, among many others.

Appraisal Process for Asian Fine Arts

Do you have an Asian art piece that you would like to appraise? Look no further! Our team of specialists can provide you with a valuation of your item, complete with their views on trends in the international art market, the popularity and status of the artist, the origins of the art and the rarity of the piece within its historical context. Of course, the appraisal process might differ depending on whether the appraisal is for insurance value, resale value, donation purposes, estate tax, division of property, or liquidation. 

Simply contact us for more information about the appraisal process. Our professional appraisers will then follow up with the provision of an appraisal report that clearly describes the piece, the procedures used to estimate its value and their qualifications. 

Why Choose Wm. Roland Appraisers & Estate Advisors to Appraise Your Asian Fine Arts?

Here at Wm. Roland Appraisers & Estate Advisors, we have a team of experts with years of experience in the field. When you choose us, you choose professional appraisers that abide by the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) and code of Ethics of the Appraisers Association of America (AAA). 

Getting an appraisal of your Asian fine art piece does not have to be tricky. With our trusted advisors, you can rest easy knowing that your collection is examined with the utmost attention and consideration to provide you with the best solution to fit your needs. If you have any questions about appraising your Asian fine art, feel free to contact us today.

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