FAKES AND FORGERIES IN INDIAN AND SOUTH EAST ASIAN ART by Arthur Millner
Drinks and canapes
At 7.30pm specialist Arthur Millner will give a talk on 'Fakes and Forgeries in Indian and South East Asian Art’. This will be followed by a talk at 8.15pm from a member of Glass Door, London's largest emergency winter night shelter, about their work.
Are yours real? If you would like to bring an antique, our specialists will be on hand to tell you more about it and give a valuation. Doors open at 6pm and this will take place before the Talks.
All funds raised go to:
Registered charity number: 1083203
More about Arthur Millner, pictured above.
Indian and Islamic Works of Art specialist Arthur Millner started his career in the art world at Sotheby's in 1985, eventually taking charge of their Indian, Himalayan and South East Asian auctions in London. He lectures and writes widely on Indian and Islamic Art across the country, including the Victorian and Albert Museum and SOAS, and is chairman of the Indian and Islamic Vetting Committee at the Olympia Antiques Fairs, as well as being a member of the committee at the Masterpiece fair in London. He works as a specialist in Indian, Islamic and South East Asian Art at 25 Blythe Road and his Book Damascus Tiles, Mamluk and Ottoman Architectural Ceramics from Syria, came out in 2015 to very positive reviews.