She specializes in sculptures and ritual objects from India, Southeast Asia and the Himalayas.Each year Famarte participates at international events and fairs, such as Asian Art Brussels and Cologne Fine art.Prahlad Bubbar is a dealer and consultant of Indian and Islamic art based in London.His gallery is located in Mayfair’s Cork Street, a historical epicentre of the London art world. It presented a wide range of furniture and antique oriental objects selected and imported from Japan and China.
While living in India Michael Beste became fascinated by the arts and traditions of the country and its peoples.
On his return to Germany in the mid-80's, he set up Noah's Ark - a gallery which reflects his love and respect for the wealth and diversity of India's culture through the ages.
Eleanor Abraham began to collect Asian antiquities when she embarked upon her first career in Southeast Asia. Her specialty is sculpture of stone and bronze from the 4th to 18th century from India, the Himalayas, and Southeast Asia.
She has sold to the Museum of New South Wales, Australia; the Cultural History Museum, South Africa; the Hong Kong Museum; the Singapore National Museum and to many private collections around the world.
After having finished her asian art studies at SOAS University London Farah Massart opened her gallery in Knokke Belgium in 2011 and she sells to private collectors throughout the world.