Very well modeled Sukhothai style Buddha figure.
Provenance: Acquired by family member prior to 1950.
Measurements: H 10 3/4"; with attached teak wood base 13 1/2".
Ju Ming Taichi series bronze standing approx. 8 inches tall from an edition of 4 Signed by the artist. In excellent condition.
Ju Ming’s Taichi Series has established an eminent position in the international art scene. Indeed, since his Nativist Series of the mid 1970s, Ju has opened up new directions for Taiwan’s modern sculptures. For decades, with the principle of “art as self-cultivation” in mind, he has made several artistic climaxes in the form and content of sculptural art...
Jegert, Chicago. 14"H by 8" W, signed Jegert lower front. This very picassoesque sculpture has 3 heads in one and must be seen in the round to be appreciated.
Beautiful Chinese antique porcelain turquoise and gilt baluster vase and flared neck with red overglaze markings. Body with floral design done in gilt. with markings on body and inset bottom. Perfect condition.
Size: 9.25"H x 5.5"D
Age: Republic Period
Harriet W. Frishmuth (American, 1880-1980), titled Crest of the Wave, signed and dated 1925 on bronze base and with QFHL stamp and Gorham Co Founders foundry mark on bronze base; ht. 21.5, wd. 5, dp. 5 in. In excellent condition with a beautiful original patina.
Harriet Whitney Frishmuth was born on September 17, 1880 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...
Chinese white jade carving depicting the legend of the Red Chamber, young lovers Bao Yu and Dai Yu on a wood stand. Ca.1920. H: 5 ¾ inches, W: 4 ½ inches
From our European Collection, a fine late 19th-early 20th century carved marble bust of Madame Recamier, modeled after the original by Joseph Chinard circa 1801-02, which was previously on display at the Getty Center Los Angeles, where the museum description read as follows:
"Coyly looking down, Madame Recamier holds a veil across her chest. The sheath both demurely conceals and reveals her breasts...
Standing Fudo-Myo (Skt. Acalanatha) with characteristic attributes of sword and rope held in the right and left hands, respectively, sculpted in relief against a flame-motif mandorla from sandstone. Early-Meiji Era ca. 1875. Excellent condition, with only extremely minor old loss...
From our European Collection, a superbly carved 19th century marble bust of a beautiful young woman, intricately fashioned with wonderful detailing to her cameo necklace, her hair adornments, the fleur de lis motifs on her clothing, and so forth. Absolutely fabulous, this is a very high quality example executed with high refinement and realism.
Size and Condition: Height 22 inches, width 20 inches, depth 9.5 inches...
Originally conceived as part of a figural group for a larger commission, Charity depicts the doting love of a mother for her two children. Paul Dubois ( 1829 - 1905 ) originally exhibited it at the Salon of 1877. The famed Barbedienne foundry reproduced smaller versions for interior decoration. This particular version is 18", signed Paul Dubois, and stamped with the Foundry mark.
Condition is very good with slight wear of patina to high points such as knee and nose...
Most decorative and unusual hand carved wooden sculpture depicting 5 dancing angel figures on top of each other mounted on a base. Pre 1900, Thailand. Few repairs due to age, good overall condition,
Size H. 186 cm x W. 32 cm x D. 14 cm
Stunning with good lighting!
A rare 16th Century AVA Period Limestone Head of Buddha (Burma 1287 - 1752) with sweeping eyebrows and downcast eyes, typical for the Ava period-style, well modeled lips and elongated ears. Carved in high relief as most likely originally set against a back slab. Condition: good except one area of left cheek next to ear shows a little concussion as well as a spot on top of head. This head has been nicely mounted on a black stand. Size: H. 17cm x W. 12cm x D. 10cm, excluding stand.
a superb corpus christi from leuven in belgium elongated face typical of this workshop .the treatment of blood drops is typical also .With its elongated face, thin locks of hair and long nose, the present Corpus is most likely to have originated in Louvain, where this type of face appears frequently. Compare to a figure of Saint Anthony Abbot at Museum Catharijneconvent (inv. no. ABM bh442). Further comparison can be found in a Calvary Group in the church of ,, Belgium, publised in Steyaert (op...