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Pair of album leaves. Signed Ji Yuan. Qing, 19th cent.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Paintings: Pre 1900   item# 1227654 (stock# 882)

Pair of album leaves. Signed Ji Yuan. Qing, 19th cent.
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$ 1,150 

A pair of very attractive album leaves painted with faint colours and ink in the sparse, sophisticated style characteristic of the eccentric painters of the late Ming to early Qing. Mounted on a scroll of recent date. The leaves depict a hermitage in the mountains and a scholar’s studio in a garden respectively. Both signed Ji Yuan in a neat hand and each w. the artist’s seal. Qing, 19th cent. The leaves are dated with a jiazi corresponding to 1818 (or 1878). Each leaf measures, H 32 cm, W 20.5 ...click for details


Large “birds & flowers” painting Attrib. Jiang Tingxi

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Paintings: Pre 1837 VR   item# 1226121 (stock# 875)

Large “birds & flowers” painting Attrib. Jiang Tingxi
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$ 3,500 

A large “birds & flowers” painting, ink and coulours on silk. from the motif, this painting was to be used for the occasion of a wedding, which is evident from the eight pair of different birds such as phoenix, symbolizing lifelong matrimonial harmony. The silk used has been woven with “double happiness/ shuangxi” characters. Various seals and inscribed in two lines. Attributed to Jiang Tingxi (1669-1732 from Changshu, Jiangsu province), pen name Nansha. 18th/19th cent, remounted in la ...click for details


Flying crane above a lotus pond. Liu Yuan (Ban Yuan)

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Paintings: Pre 1800   item# 1218191 (stock# 857)

Flying crane above a lotus pond. Liu Yuan (Ban Yuan)
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$ 4,950 

A painting showing a flying crane above a lotus pond. Ink and faint colors on silk. Signed: Ban Yuan (pen name for the Qing painter Liu Yuan (1662–1722), a Henan painter from Kaifeng). One seal: Liu Yuan (documented). Early Qing. Later mounting from 19th century. H 134 cm, W 37 cm (picture frame). Condition: Good (some smudging to lowest part of scroll).


A fan painting depicting three landscape in roundels.

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Paintings: Pre 1900   item# 1086574 (stock# 545)

A fan painting depicting three landscape in roundels.
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$ 500 

A fan painting depicting three landscape in roundels in ink and colour on paper. Cyclical dating on all three paintings, same as artist name and seals. Mounted on paper. Qing, 19th cent. Condition: quite good, just some wear due to handling and age.


A large ancestor portrait of Qing official & consort

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Paintings: Pre 1837 VR   item# 940707 (stock# 354)

A large ancestor portrait of Qing official & consort
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$ 1,800 

A large and in interesting ancestor portrait painted on paper depicting a Chinese Qing official (mandarin) and his wife seated in formal, frontal pose on horse-shoe chairs draped with brocade silk. Good details to faces and garment. Between and above the two figures is an inserted panel indicating the ancestral lineage and position of the persons depicted, a slightly unusual feature in formal ancestor portraits of this type. Qing, ca. 1770–1820. The style indicates a work from Northern China. H ...click for details


A large album leaf painting of orchids and linzhi

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Paintings: Pre 1900   item# 803780 (stock# 233)

A large album leaf painting of orchids and linzhi
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$ 700 

A large album leaf with the painting of orchids and lingzhi in faint colours and ink on silk by the Qing monk Xuecha (fl. 19th cent.). No inscription, but the seal reads: “Xuecha the painter (Xuecha xiesheng).” Xuecha was a resident in the Yuanlü Temple in Shanghai where he had his studio. Mounted in an original, and quite attractive dark rosewood frame from the time. Qing, 19th cent. H. 26,5 cm. W. 38 cm. ( with frame: H. 42,5 cm. W. 57 cm). Condition: Very good (both painting and frame).

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