What does the career of an Islamic and Indian arts expert look like? How do we get to it? Also, what should you buy in the upcoming auction of Millon et Associés? In the second episode of the Art Informant, Isabelle Imbert sits with Anne-Sophie Joncoux-Pilorget, head of the Oriental Art and Orientalism department of the Parisian auction house Millon & Associés to answer all these questions.
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Mentioned in the Episode and Further Links
- Millon & Associés 8th December auction catalogue
- Ibn Kammuna, Refinement and Commentary on Suhrawardi’s Intimations, €30.000-50.000
- Qur’an, Safavid Iran, 16th c., €20.000-30.000
- Two birds on a rose, signed Abdullah Bukhari, Ottoman Turkey, 18th c., €5.000-6.000
- Talismanic shirt, Ottoman Turkey, 18th c., €8.000-12.000
- Portrait of a ruler, India, c. 1800, €600-800
- A page from the royal Padshanama, sold December 2019, €702.000
- The painting Anne-Sophie would love to acquire
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- Highlights of Anne-Sophie’s career at Millon & Associés (images below)