Dr. Berton London began collecting art as a young army doctor in post-war Germany during the early nineteen-fifties. Thus, began a life of intrepid curiosity and collecting in some of the remotest regions on earth: New Guinea, Tibet, Kenya, Mali, Myanmar, Cambodia, Yemen and India. The collection includes African masks, Tibetan Thangka paintings, Burmese marionette puppetry, Indian bronze deities, West African Makonde carvings and Maasai objects from Kenya.