Asian Arts
The breadth of Asian history is so vast and so varied that the term “Asian Arts” barely breaks the surface of the rich artistic heritage of the Asiatic continent. The Leland Little Asian Arts Department has sold pieces from a monumental Vietnamese lacquer painting to fine Chinese Imperial throne covers, Tibetan thangkas to original woodblock prints by the Japanese masters like Yoshida Hiroshi. Each represents the very best of its country’s artistic traditions and the global nature of the contemporary art market.
Kendal Parker
Asian Arts Director

Kendal Parker is a Chapel Hill native whose love of Asian art has taken her around the world and back. Kendal holds a BA and MA in Art History from the University of Georgia. She has worked with Asian art collections at museums across the country, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Ackland Art Museum. Kendal spent seven years living in Hong Kong and Singapore before returning to North Carolina to raise her three sons.
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