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Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch Ltd.


Gods, Gardens and Princes: Indian Works on Paper

March 14 – 22, 2024
Asia Week Hours: Mar 14-15 & 18-22, 10am-6pm; Mar 16-17, 10am-5pm (otherwise by appointment)

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 14,  5-8pm

For this 15th season of Asia Week New York, we are pleased to be present an exhibition comprising of court paintings from India and Persia from the 17th to 19th centuries. A highlight of the show is the striking painting, Krishna dancing on Kaliya flanked by two nagini. This, along with many other works on paper, will be displayed at our Upper East Side location.

To view our latest catalog, click here.



Ancient to Modern: Pottery from circa 2000 BC to 2000 AD

In collaboration with the renowned sculptural ceramicist Nicholas Rena, this recent exhibition showcased ancient pottery from pre-historic Iran through to ancient Rome besides Rena’s bold, monochrome ceramics at Pall Mall.

To view the exhibition catalog, click here.

Four Rivers from Eden: Works of Art and Paintings from the Islamic and Indian World

Our October 2023 catalogue contains a wonderful selection of Indian and Islamic ceramics including Iznik pottery and tiles, glass and paintings, as well as Ottoman arms and silver.

To browse this catalog and others, click here.



We are a London and New York based firm of independent art dealers, founded in 1998.

The principals are Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch, former directors of the Antiquities and Islamic and Indian Art departments at Sotheby’s, London. Our professional expertise encompasses Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Islamic art. We also specialize in the art of the Indian subcontinent, the Himalayas and South-East Asia, covering works from the Buddhist and Hindu dynasties to the Mughals, with a special emphasis on Indian and Islamic miniature painting and manuscripts.

​Working with collectors, museums and galleries around the world, we act as agents for both vendors and purchasers, and advise on the best method of selling works of art, whether by private sale or at auction. Our many years’ experience of the acquisition process, and longstanding relationships with curators and collectors, helps us to ensure every transaction runs efficiently.