Bonhams Previews Asia Week at Its Georgetown Salon

Art expert Evangelia Lilly Papaioannou and Martin Gammon, managing director for Bonhams in the Mid-Atlantic region, stand in front of Qi Baishi's "Rabbits and Sweet Osmanthus."
Robert Devaney
Art expert Evangelia Lilly Papaioannou and Martin Gammon, managing director for Bonhams in the Mid-Atlantic region, stand in front of Qi Baishi's "Rabbits and Sweet Osmanthus."

In tune with D.C.'s cherry blossoms, Bonhams Auctioneers and Appraisers held a preview of some of the art, ranging from Japan and China to Southeast Asia, being shown at Asia Week in New York at its Washington office on M Street in Georgetown March 8. Martin Gammon, who heads up the D.C. and Mid-Atlantic division, welcomed art lovers and a few Sackler Gallery trustees to the first highlights preview and reception at his Bonhams office.

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