Becker Antiques | since 1969

Chinese Antiques | Japanese Antiques | Asian Art | Chinese Art | Chinese Pottery Funerary Figures from the Han through the Ming Dynasties | Indian, Himalayan & Southeast Asian Works of Art | African Art | Tribal Art | Haute Époque

Museums with Collections of Asian Works of Art

Rijksmuseum,  Amsterdam

Metropolitan Museum of Art,  New York

Museum of Asian Art,  San Francisco

British Museum,  London

Hong Kong Museum of Art,  Hong Kong

Victoria and Albert Museum,  London

Museum of East Asian Art,  Bath, England

Musée Guimet,  Paris

Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst,  Cologne

Indianapolis Museum of Art,  Indianapolis

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art,  Kansas City

Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis

Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

Museums with Collections of African Art

*  Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam

Musée du quai Branly,  Paris

Musée du Louvre,  Paris

The Baltimore Museum of Art,  Baltimore

Newark Museum,  Newark, New Jersey

Indianapolis Museum of Art,  Indianapolis

British Museum,  London

Staatliche Museen zu Berlin,  Berlin

Museums with Collections of Classical Chinese Furniture

Our Work

We are proud to announce that from this moment a set of Qingbai cup and stand of Chinese Song Dynasty purchased from the Becker Antiques  Gallery is now in The Norton Museum of Art collection.

The Norton Museum of Art, Florida, USA


Since its founding in 1941, The Norton Museum of Art has grown and evolved to become one of Florida’s major cultural institutions. The Museum is internationally known for its distinguished permanent collection featuring American ArtChinese Art,Contemporary ArtEuropean Art and Photography. Its masterpieces of 19th century and 20th century painting and sculpture include works by Brancusi, Gauguin, Matisse, Miró, Monet, Picasso, Davis, Hassam, Hopper, Manship, O’Keeffe, Pollock and Sheeler. The Museum presents special exhibitions, lectures, tours and programs for adults and children throughout the year…

Recent Acquisitions 


Thangka Eleven Headed Avalokiteshvara

Thangka Eleven Headed Avalokiteshvara

Thangka Eleven Headed Avalokiteshvara S O L D TIBET, 18TH CENTURY Distemper on cloth; recto with identifying Tibetan inscriptions below each figure; an old label at the frame's lower left corner possibly identifies the previous owner: "John R. Muir Jan 4, 1912"...

Painted Pottery Bactrian Camel

Painted Pottery Bactrian Camel

Extremely Rare Painted Gary Pottery Figure of a Bactrian Camel. The camel well modelled in a standing position . With head raised in a bray and kinked tail swished to one side. The tufts of hair on his head. Neck and body simply indicated with combed incising and...

Painted Pottery Figures of Male Musicians

Painted Pottery Figures of Male Musicians

Extremely Rare Set of Four Painted Pottery Figures of Male Musicians S O L D Superb and Most Rare pottery "mingqi" representing a set of four (4) male musicians and singers. Grey earthenware coated with white slip and remains of white, light and dark blue, pink,...

Fabulous Pottery Equestrian Musician

Fabulous Pottery Equestrian Musician

S O L D A Fabulous Painted Pottery Equestrian Musician. The spirited horse covered in a yellow slip and standing foursquare. The rider seated solidly in the saddle with feet stretched forward in the stirrups, her body twisted to the left at the waist and dressed in a...

Famille Verte Porcelain Vase

Famille Verte Porcelain Vase

Famille Verte Porcelain Vase A baluster shaped famille verte porcelain vase. Qing dynasty, 19th century. Height 43.5 cm. Minor wear. Otherwise in overall good condition. *Porcelain is a ceramic material made by heating materials, generally including a material like...

Sarcophagus of Lady Setchairetbinet

Sarcophagus of Lady Setchairetbinet

Sarcophagus of Lady Setchairetbinet S O L D Sarcophagus of Lady Setchairetbinet daughter of Heriou Complete anthropoid coffin, with its lid and tank. Material: stucco and painted wood Origin: Egypt (Nile Delta) Period: Third Intermediate Period (1070 - 711 BC)...

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