17 décembre 2022

La vente Art d'Asie chez Christie's Paris clôture l'année 2022 avec 7,8M€/8,2M$

Lot 91. Rare et importante triade bouddhique en bronze doré, Chine, Dynastie Ming, XVIème-XVIIème siècle. Hauteur des statues : 50 cm. (19 3/4 in.) et 50,5 cm. (19 7/8 in.) ; Hauteur totale : 78 cm. (30 3/4 in.). Adjugé : 1 902 000 € (Estimation : 200 000-300 000 €). © Christie’s Limited Images 2022 PARIS - Christie’s a présenté sa nouvelle vente d’Art d’Asie qui se déroulait le 16 décembre à 10h30 à Paris où elle clôturait la saison des ventes. Cette vacation de 194 lots pour une estimation globale... [Lire la suite]

06 octobre 2022

Frist Art Museum presents extraordinary and rarely seen textiles from renowned collection of Asian art

China (Ming dynasty, 1368–1644). Chair cover with crane design (detail), 17th century. Kesi (silk tapestry) woven with silk and metallic threads; 20 3/8 x 63 3/4 in. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morse, 59-18/5. NASHVILLE, TENN.- The Frist Art Museum presents Weaving Splendor: Treasures of Asian Textiles from The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, an exhibition of Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Persian, and Turkish textiles drawn from one of the most significant collections of Asian art in the... [Lire la suite]
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02 octobre 2022

Brooklyn Museum's entire floor devoted to arts of Asia and the Islamic World is now open

Reliquary in the Shape of a Stupa. China, Song dynasty, 986. Silver, 14 in. (35.6 cm). Brooklyn Museum; Gift of Mrs. Walter N. Rothschild and anonymous gift, by exchange, 2012.5a-d. Photo: Brooklyn Museum. BROOKLYN, NY.- The new home for the Arts of Asia and the Islamic World creates cross-cultural dialogue among collection areas and highlights diverse aesthetic, creative, social, and intellectual accomplishments across Asia and around the Mediterranean, from ancient times to the present day. These newly renovated galleries on... [Lire la suite]
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09 septembre 2022

A bounty of gallery exhibitions and auctions headline Asia Week New York Autumn 2022, from September 14-23

Tōshūsai Sharaku (active 1794-95), Arashi Ryūzō II as Ishibe Kinkichi, 1794, color woodblock print, with mica ground: ōban tate-e. Courtesy of Sebastian Izzard Asian Art. NEW YORK, NY.- Asia Week New York announced that Autumn 2022, will run from September 14 to 23 with online and in-person exhibitions–including works from twenty-one international Asian art galleries and six auction houses–Bonhams, Christie’s, Doyle, Heritage, iGavel, and Sotheby’s. Thirteen of the galleries are simultaneously opening their doors to... [Lire la suite]
08 avril 2022

Archaic bronze food vessel shatters estimate in $2.2 million Chinese & Himalayan Works of Art Auction

Lot 1216. An Archaic Bronze Rectangular Food Vessel, Fangding, Mid-Western Zhou dynasty. Height 8 7/8 x width 6 3/8 x depth 5 1/8 in, 22.5 x 16.2 x 13 cm. Price Realized: $487,500 (Estimate $150,000 - $200,000).  CHICAGO, IL.- The sale of an extremely rare archaic bronze food vessel in Hindman Auctions’ March 29th Chinese and Himalayan Works of Art auction capped off a successful three days of Asian Art sales. The auction achieved over $2.24 million, doubling its presale estimate. Also headlining the... [Lire la suite]
06 avril 2022

Chinese amber fish carvings, bronzes & porcelain figures shine in Strong National Museum of Play single-owner sale

Lot 388. Two Chinese Amber Carvings and An Agate Carving of Double Fish, 18th Century. Height of double fish carving 6 in., 15.2 cm. Price Realized: $62,500 (Estimate $2,000 - $4,000). © Hindman LLC.  CHICAGO, IL.- Property from The Strong National Museum of Play’s collection realized more than $821,600, doubling its expected estimate with extraordinary prices achieved for Chinese amber fish carvings, bronzes, porcelain figures and Japanese inro. Strong Diversions: Property from a Lifetime of Play... [Lire la suite]
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16 mars 2022

Asia Week Returns with In-person Exhibitions, Auctions and Museum Show

 Mandarin Orange, Dried Persimmons, Smelts and Different Nuts; Food Used for the Celebration of the New Year. Color woodblock print with mica highlights: kokonotsugiriban surimono, 5½ x 7⅜ in. (14 x 18.7 cm); ca. 1810. Signed: Shinsai sha. NEW YORK, NY.- The 2022 edition of Asia Week New York returns with its trademark whirlwind schedule of captivating gallery exhibitions, auction sales and museum shows, which runs from March 16th through March 25th. Spread out across the city, 22 international galleries will... [Lire la suite]
19 février 2022

Bonhams announces New York Asia Week sale highlights for March 2022

A Gilt Copper Alloy Figure of Tara, Nepal, Early Malla Period, 13th century; 9 in. (23 cm) high. Estimate US$500,000-700,000. Photo: Bonhams. NEW YORK, NY.- This March, Bonhams New York will present a plethora of fine and rare works from a range of art historical periods throughout Asia’s past and present. The sales include: Chinese Works of Art Including the Richard Milhender Export Furniture Collection on 21 March, Reverend Richard Fabian Collection of Chinese Paintings and Calligraphy IV on 21 March, Indian,... [Lire la suite]
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16 février 2022

Léonore de Magnée

Léonore de Magnée est expert en arts d’Asie, de l’Himalaya au Vietnam en passant par la Chine, la Corée et le Japon. Elle est spécialiste des arts de la Chine et du Japon (bronzes, céramiques, laques, émaux cloisonnées, peintures, estampes, etc.), et plus particulièrement de la céramique chinoise (de la dynastie Song à la dynastie Qing 960-1911) et du netsuke japonais. Au cours de ses études de chinois (Master à l’Inalco) et d’histoire de l’art (École du Louvre et Paris IV Sorbonne), Léonore de Magnée a acquis une solide... [Lire la suite]
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18 septembre 2021

Asia Week New York heads into the autumn season with gallery exhibitions and auctions

  NEW YORK, NY.- Whether it’s a contemporary ceramic vessel created by a National Treasure from Japan, an ink drawing by a young emerging artist from China or an ancient tribal mask from Borneo, Asia Week New York never disappoints with its amazing bounty of Eastern treasures. Starting September 17th through October 1st, 23 international galleries will present their exhibitions online at www.asiaweekny.com or in their New York galleries (by appointment or check for hours) with six auction houses–Bonhams,... [Lire la suite]
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