14 mai 2019

A rare carved biscuit porcelain 'bamboo' tool holder, Signed Chen Guozhi, 19th century

Lot 33. A rare carved biscuit porcelain 'bamboo' tool holder, Signed Chen Guozhi, 19th century; 7.7cm (3 1/8in) high. Estimate £ 1,000 - 2,000 (€ 1,200 - 2,300). Sold for £ 18,812 (€ 21,300). © Bonhams 2001-2019 Deftly and naturalistically formed in the shape of a hollowed bamboo tube with nodules and incised grain on the rims, finely carved around the exterior with three goldfish in low relief amidst finely incised water plants, box. Provenance: an English private collection. Note: Chen... [Lire la suite]

29 juillet 2018

A carved and molded porcelain 'Landscape' snuff bottle, signed Chen Guozhi, Qing dynasty, 19th century

Lot 229. A carved and molded porcelain 'Landscape' snuff bottle, signed Chen Guozhi, Qing dynasty, 19th century. Height 2 7/8  in., 7.4 cm. Estimate 5,000 — 7,000 USD. Lot sold 15,000 USD. Photo Sotheby’s. decorated with a continuous scene of a rustic dwelling sheltered by trees, by a riverbank with towering peaks and a waterfall in the distance, the base with incised signature reading Chen Guozhi zuo (made by Chen Guozhi).  Provenance: Acquired in Illinois,... [Lire la suite]
24 janvier 2017

Chinese ceramics from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on view at the Vincent Price Art Museum

Jar (Ping) with Dragon and Clouds, Yuan dynasty, 1279-1368, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, , Purchased with funds provided by Jack G. Kuhrts (53.74). Photo © Museum Associates/LACMA LOS ANGELES, CA.- The Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced today that works from the museum's Chinese art collection will be on view at the Vincent Price Art Museum in a special exhibition. Chinese Ceramics from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, on view January 24–July 22, 2017, will present 50 ceramic masterpieces with examples... [Lire la suite]
16 juillet 2015

A purple-glazed carved alms bowl, signed Chen Guozhi, Qing dynasty

A purple-glazed carved alms bowl, signed Chen Guozhi, Qing dynasty. Estimate  50,000 — 70,000 HKD.  Lot Sold. 62,500 HKD. Photo Sotheby's finely potted with a compressed globular body, crisply carved in high relief, one side with two magpies perched on a flowering prunus tree extending its gnarled branches across the exterior of the bowl, the other side with a poem, the countersunk base impressed in positive script with a four-character mark, chen guo zhi zuo, applied overall with a... [Lire la suite]
27 avril 2015

A carved porcelain brushpot, bitong, by Chen Guozhi, Qing dynasty, Daoguang period

A carved porcelain brushpot, bitong, by Chen Guozhi, Qing dynasty, Daoguang period. Estimate £20,000 — 30,000 (27,130 - 40,695 EUR). Photo Sotheby's. well potted in the form of a section of bamboo, carved in varying relief with a single horse by a river bank beneath an overhanging willow tree, the base with a square seal in positive seal script reading Chen Guozhi zuo (Made by Chen Guozhi) - 14cm., 5 1/2 in. Sotheby's. Important Chinese Art, Londres, 13 mai... [Lire la suite]
27 mai 2014

A yellow-glazed carved biscuit 'Landscape' panel by Chen Guozhi, Daoguang period, dated in accordance with 1829

A yellow-glazed carved biscuit 'Landscape' panel by Chen Guozhi, Daoguang period, dated in accordance with 1829. Photo: Sotheby's. of rectangular form, well carved in relief with a scene of a figure in a flat-bottomed boat being poled towards a humpback bridge beneath a tall overhanging pine tree, with jagged mountains in the distance, and an inscription above giving the title and the date Daoguang jichou nian chun yue shang wan, 'the first week of Spring of the jichou year (1829) of Daoguang', and the signature Chen Guozhi... [Lire la suite]
15 octobre 2008

A Carved White-Glazed Brushpot By Chen Guozhi, Qing Dynasty, Daoguang Period

A Carved White-Glazed Brushpot By Chen Guozhi, Qing Dynasty, Daoguang Period finely carved in varying relief on each side with a barbed panel enclosing lakeside landscape scenes depicting figures engaged in various pursuits amidst dwellings and lush vegetation, with high mountain peaks rising in the distance, separated by the beribboned bajixiang on a cash diaper ground, the flat mouthrim decorated with five bats swooping amongst cloud swirls, the base carved in relief with the four character mark Chenguozhi zhi - 13.4 cm.,... [Lire la suite]