03 mai 2021

A scroll painting with ox motif, Attributed to Yujian, Southern Song dynasty

Lot 21. A scroll painting with ox motif, Attributed to Yujian, Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279), ink on silk, hanging scroll, together with a letter by Sen no Rikyū, by repute, Japanese wood boxes, 72.8 by 32.5 cm. Estimate: 600,000 - 800,000 HKD. Lot sold: 756,000 HKD. Courtesy Sotheby's. Exhibited: Souritsu 33shunen-kinen: Sogen Chugoku Kaigaten /33rd Anniversary Exhibition: Paintings in Song Dynasty and Yuan Dynasty, Homma Museum of Art, Yamagata,... [Lire la suite]

29 juillet 2014

Paintings, Asian art and jewelry exceed expectations at Witherell’s summer auction

Asian scroll painting on paper depicting a mountain landscape with a meditating man. Qianlong dynasty. Calligraphy upper right quadrant; 67.5” x 37”. Mounted to board with scattered losses, stains, ripples, fading and toning. Sold for $ 4,440.00. Courtesty Witherell's. Dave Brooks SACRAMENTO, California. Two paintings identified by Boston-based Vose Galleries that highlighted Witherell’s Summer Auction held July 9 to 23, 2014 sold for $10,200 and $6,000, including buyer’s premium, respectively.   ... [Lire la suite]
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09 mars 2014

Wang Hui (1632-1717), Scroll ‘Landscape with Literati’, China

Wang Hui (1632-1717), Scroll ‘Landscape with Literati’, China. Photo courtesy Auctionata. Wang Hui (1632-1717) – master of Chinese painting. With calligraphy, artist’s signature ‘Geng Yan San Ren’ ???? and two seals Mounted on paper in a silk frame. Overall dimensions: 251 x 50 cm. Image size: 163.5 x 38.5 cm. The scroll painting shows signs of age and wear. The material is a little browned. There are creased which are less visible due to the mounting. One of the handles is missing. Estimate €6,400 – €8,000 Provenance:... [Lire la suite]
09 mars 2014

Wang Hui (1632-1717, Scroll ‘Rolling Landscape’, China

Wang Hui (1632-1717, Scroll ‘Rolling Landscape’, China. Photo courtesy Auctionata. Wang Hui (1632-1717) – master of Chinese painting. With calligraphy, artist’s signature ‘Shi Gu Zi Wang Hui’ ??? (Wang Hui’s artist’s name) ?? and four seals. Mounted on paper in a silk frame, wooden handles. Overall dimensions: 235 x 63 cm. Image size: 143 x 48.5 cm. The scroll painting shows significant signs of age and wear. The material is browned and shows creases. There are partially foxing and large water stains, especially on... [Lire la suite]
25 février 2014

I.M. Chait's March 23 auction following Asia Week offers important Chinese ceramics, bronzes, artworks

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – Last year I.M. Chait took a different approach in planning their Asia Week sale. Rather than conducting their popular annual auction in New York amid the frenetic activity of Asia Week, they opted to hold the sale in the comfortable, low-key environs of their Beverly Hills gallery. That way, reasoned company founder Isadore M. Chait, visitors traveling from Asia to New York could stop over in Los Angeles and get a relaxed head start on their buying. Chait’s experimental 2013 California-based sale was a smashing... [Lire la suite]
17 février 2013

A pair of scroll paintings with mythological scenes, China, 18th-19th cent. (Qing dynasty 1644-1911)

A pair of scroll paintings with mythological scenes, China, 18th-19th cent. (Qing-dynasty 1644-1911). Photo Auktionshaus Stahl Ink and colour on silk paper. 2 scrolls, each with 2 mounted painting fragments. Depiction of mythological scenes with scholars and saints. 1 scene with inscription. The rims with traces of age, without hanging. Each 40,5 x 141 cm. Estimation : 900 €Provenance: Two objects from the collection of Curt Rothkegel, acquired in Tsingtau (Qingdao) around 1910 (Lot 855 -... [Lire la suite]
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