About the Gallery

142 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4BN

Gregg Baker Asian Art  established in 1985 specialises in Japanese art.

Our aim is to introduce people to the beauty and versatility of Japanese art, the main focus being antique Japanese screens and early Buddhist sculpture along with hanging scrolls and works of art.

With over 30 years of experience in classical Japanese art, the gallery has recently begun to show works from the post-war era and now carries abstract painting, sculpture and calligraphy by leading Japanese artists of the mid-20th century, an important area of Japanese art that is currently being rediscovered by art lovers across the globe.

We hold regular exhibitions at the gallery and participate in several international art fairs which include TEFAF Maastricht, TEFAF New York Fall, Frieze Masters and Asian Art in London.

The gallery is instrumental in building collections for an international clientele, as well as finding works for institutions and museums in Great Britain, U.S.A., Netherlands, Germany, France, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates and Japan.

In an effort to raise awareness of Japanese art, Gregg Baker lectures to students of the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, SOAS (University of London), Sotheby’s Institute of Art and Christie’s Education, sharing his passion for this iconic art form with an ever widening audience.