25 mars 2019

Attributed to Yun Shouping, Attributed to Zheng Banqiao, Attributed to Li Shan, Attributed to Mingjian

Lot 1428. Attributed to Yun Shouping, Attributed to Zheng Banqiao, Attributed to Li Shan, Attributed to Mingjian, Flowers, Bamboo and Landscape, with various seals of the artists, ink on paper, ink and color on paper, four fan leaves, 19.1 by 53.3 cm. 7 1/2  by 21 in. (and various sizes). Estimate 3,000 - 5,000 USD. Lot sold 105,000 USD. Courtesy Sotheby's.  Sotheby's. Saturday at Sotheby's: Asian Art, New York, 23 March 2019   
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25 mars 2019

Various Calligraphy

Lot 1429. Attributed to Wu Kuan, Attributed to Chen Liu, Attributed to Chen Jiru, Attributed to Qian Qianyi, Attributed to Mao Xiang, Attributed to Liu Yong, Various Calligraphy, with various seals of the artists, ink on gold paper, six fan leaves,17.8 by 55.9 cm. 7 by 22 in. (and various sizes). Estimate 4,000 - 6,000 USD. Lot sold 122,500 USD. Courtesy Sotheby's.  Sotheby's. Saturday at Sotheby's: Asian Art, New York, 23 March 2019
15 mars 2019

Sotheby's Hong Kong Classical Chinese Paintings Led By Three Important Works from the Ming and Qing Dynasties

Yu Xing (1736- 1795), Fish Pond, ink and colour on paper, handscroll, 28.5 x 158.4 cm. Estimate: HK$10 – 15 M/ USD 1,280,000 – 1,920,000. Courtesy Sotheby's. Hong Kong - Sotheby’s Hong Kong Fine Classical Chinese Paintings Spring Sale on 1 April 2019 will present a tightly curated selection of Ming and Qing dynasty calligraphy and paintings. The sale is anchored by Qian Weicheng’s Landscape after the Four Great Yuan Masters, Yu Xing’s Fish Pond, Bada Shanren’s Geese by the Hibiscus, as well as an extraordinary... [Lire la suite]
12 mars 2019

Qi Baishi (1864-1957), Peaches and Dragonfly

Lot 666. Qi Baishi (1864-1957), Peaches and Dragonfly. Framed and glazed, ink and color on paper, inscribed and signed, with two seals of the artist muren and sanbaishi yin fuweng; 14 1/4 x 42 3/4in (36.2 x 108.6cm). Estimate US$ 30,000 - 50,000 (€ 27,000 - 44,000). © Bonhams 2001-2019 Bonhams. Chinese Works of Art, New York, 18 March 2019  
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12 mars 2019

Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Scholar Under a Willow, 1948

Lot 658. Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Scholar Under a Willow, 1948. Hanging scroll, ink and color on gold flecked paper, inscribed by the artist and dated wuzi (1948), fourth month, and signed Zhang Daqian Yuan at Dafeng Tang, with two artist's seals reading Zhang Yuan and Daqian Jushi; 20 1/2 x 13 1/4in (52.1 x 33.6cm). Estimate US$ 30,000 - 50,000 (€ 27,000 - 44,000). © Bonhams 2001-2019 Paintings from the Collection of Margaruitte Foisie Ms. Foisie was born in 1926 to Russian immigrants living in Shanghai.... [Lire la suite]
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12 mars 2019

Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Lily, Begonia, Cherry, and Figure

Lot 661. Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), Lily, Begonia, Cherry, and Figure, A set of four paintings, ink and color on paper, 15 1/2 x 21in (39.2 x 53.5cm) each. Estimate US$ 40,000 - 60,000 (€ 35,000 - 53,000). © Bonhams 2001-2019 (1) the lily and butterfly with rock signed Daqian jushi Yuan Dafengtang xia xie, with two seals of the artist, Zhang Yuan and Daqian; (2) the begonia signed Daqian jushi Yuan, with one seal of the artist Zhang Yuan Daqian fu;(3) the cherry inscribed and... [Lire la suite]
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06 mars 2019

Chenn Collection highlights Heritage Auction's inaugural appearance as an Asia Week New York participant

DALLAS, TX.- Heritage Auctions’ inaugural participation in Asia Week New York 2019 debuts with the Chenn Family Collection of fine Chinese paintings and calligraphy. First assembled by the early Chinese Republic scholar and political reformer Chen Guoxiang, the important collection spotlights significant fine Asian Art offered March 19 in New York.  “Heritage’s Asian Art department may be young, but we feel we are capable of establishing our New York auction as one of the premier Asian market events held in the United... [Lire la suite]
20 février 2019

A wucai jar, Shunzhi period, circa 1645-1660

Lot 829. A wucai jar, Shunzhi period, circa 1645-1660; 11½ in. (29.2 cm.) high. Estimate USD 5,000 - USD 7,000. Price realised USD 12,500. © Christie's Images Ltd 2014. The jar is sturdily potted with wide tapering sides and is decorated with diamond-shaped cartouches enclosing lotus and peonies, all reserved on an iron-red diaper ground, Japanese wood box. Provenance: Kochukyo, Japan, acquired in the 1970s. Christie's. FINE CHINESE CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART, 18 – 19 September 2014,... [Lire la suite]
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24 janvier 2019

Li Yangbing (721-722/785-787), Book of "Thousand Characters"

Li Yangbing (721-722/785-787), Book of "Thousand Characters". Li Yangbing was a high-ranking Tang Dynasty Chinese government official (imperial magistrate), important literary figure, noted calligrapher, and relative of the famous Chinese poet Li Bai. Li Yangbing is notable for being the initial editor and compiler of the poetry of his kinsman, Li Bai; also for writing a preface to this which is important as one of the few primary historical sources on Li... [Lire la suite]
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26 décembre 2018

Unidentified Artist Chinese, active late 13th–15th century, Children playing in the palace garden, late Yuan–early Ming dynasty

Unidentified Artist Chinese, active late 13th–15th century, Children playing in the palace garden, late Yuan (1271–1368)–early Ming (1368–1644) dynasty, late 13th–15th century. Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk. Image: 54 7/8 x 30 in. (139.4 x 76.2 cm); Overall with mounting: 113 1/2 x 36 1/2 in. (288.3 x 92.7 cm); Overall with knobs: 113 1/2 x 39 in. (288.3 x 99.1 cm). Purchase, The Dillon Fund Gift, 1987; 1987.150. © 2000–2018 The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Twenty-two boys... [Lire la suite]