01 septembre 2012

An Extremely Rare and Important Imperial Court Painting of The Bannerman Cemcukjab attributed to Ai Qimeng and Jin Tingbiao

An Extremely Rare and Important Imperial Court Painting of The Bannerman Cemcukjab attributed to Ai Qimeng (Ignaz Sichelbart) (1708-1780) and Jin Tingbiao (Fl. 1757-1767). Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period, dated to 1760. Photo Sotheby's hanging scroll, ink and color on silk portraying the commanding officer of the northern borders of the Qing empire, with a distinguished war-weathered face, donning a fur-lined hat marked by a red glass bead and a peacock feather with a single-eyed plume, danyan hualing, dressed in a... [Lire la suite]

11 avril 2011

An extremely rare and important imperial court painting of the bannerman Cemcukjab attributed to Ai Qimeng and Jin Tingbiao

An extremely rare and important imperial court painting of the bannerman Cemcukjab attributed to Ai Qimeng (Ignaz Sichelbart) (1708-1780) and Jin Tingbiao (Fl. 1757-1767). Qing dynasty, Qianlong period, dated to 1760. Photo Sotheby's hanging scroll, ink and colour on silkportraying the commanding officer of the northern borders of the Qing empire, with a distinguished war-weathered face, donning a fur-lined hat marked by a red glass bead and a peacock feather with a single-eyed plume, danyan hualing, dressed in a beige striped... [Lire la suite]