A piece of Chinese dark ink painting without mount. Overall, it is in good condition. We could not guarantee it was done by the artist whose name signed on it. We got it from a local auction in 1990s'. 11in X 15 1/2in.
Gu Luo is a famous artist in Qianlong period, Qing dynasty. This painting is a typical works of Gu. It was painted on silk and could be a real treasure of art collection and good decoration item. A serious Asian Art collector acquired it from a famous auction house in 1990’, Shanghai, China. 20 in x 60 in.
Chinese scroll, depicting sage meditating beside water and under trees, viewing a waterfall in the background. Vermilion chop and calligraphy. Three water stains. On white paper and mounted on peach and green brocade paper. Chou Lunyuan（1899-1988）. 16in X 72in.
An elegant Chinese scholar’s painting on silk and mounted by paper, describing a happy scholar seating by a spring. It was painted in natural colors and signed by signature and two seals. Date from Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Good condition.
Size: 16in X 19in.
A huge Chinese Daoism painting on silk and mounted by silk, describing a celebration in the Heaven Palace. It was painted in natural colors and signed by signature and seal. Date from Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
Size: 39 ½in X 53 ½in.
Framed Chinese painting signed by Yao Chen (Liu Kuiling 1885-1967). Black ink and colors on paper. Height 23 1/2 in.; width 17 inches.
One restored tear in lower half of painting, few small missing spots restored. Generally good condition.
Dong Qi Chang (1555-1636): Ming dynasty artist. The painting is a landscape scroll with the signature of Xuan Zai (Dong Qi Chang) and two seals. I personally do not think it is an original work of Dong. But it is obviously over 100 years old. It is painted on silk and mounted by silk and paper with silver dots. All of the paper part has been air-dried and very crisp. The painting area is in good condition. There are some stains from age outside the painting area. Measures 15 1/2” x 245” (image a ...click for details