Gregg Baker Asian Art has been dealing in Japanese folding screens since 1985, and the gallery on Kensington Church Street, London, carries one of the largest collections of Japanese screens in Europe.
Our aim is to introduce people to the beauty and versatility of the Japanese screen. From full size six-fold screens to smaller two-fold furosaki which were traditionally used in the tea ceremony, and ranging in date from 16th to 21st century, our screens display a wide variety of designs from the traditional to the more abstract and contemporary.
In addition to screens, we also stock a selection of Buddhist sculpture, hanging scrolls and objects not only from Japan but also selected works from China and Korea.
The gallery holds at least one annual exhibition as participants in Asian Art in London and has done so since its inception in 1997 and for the last five years Gregg Baker Asian Art has been participating in TEFAF, Maastricht. We are instrumental in advising and building collections for clients and supplying additions to the collections of museums in Great Britain, the Netherlands, United Arab Emirates and the U.S.A. Gregg Baker lectures regularly to students of the British Museum, SOAS and Sotheby’s Institute of Art, sharing his passion for this iconic art form to an ever widening audience