Artist Huang Binhong’s work is considered a major contribution to Chinese art. In the 1930s, he created an especially influential document discussing his various brushwork methods, which would help boost him to fame. Huang’s style emerged from close observation of Chinese tradition and Western Impressionism. The second session of the Fall Fine Asian Art and Antiques sale, presented by Oakridge Auction Gallery, highlights a hanging scroll painting by Huang. The painting shows a man climbing a path on a mountain bluff covered with pine trees. It is rendered in watercolor and ink.
The sale also showcases works from Zhang Daqian. The 20th-century painter committed his early years to the study of traditional Chinese painting and his later years exploring Expressionist concepts. The available watercolor on silk landscape work depicts a fisherman beneath a willow tree. Also offered is a painting by prominent Chinese painter, calligrapher, and seal artist of the Qing dynasty, Wu Changshuo. This ink on paper piece is mounted on a silk backing with matching dowels. Interested bidders can explore the full listings and register to bid online on Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Asian Works of Art (147), Paintings and Drawings (119), Prints & Multiples (25), Screens, Scrolls & Fans (3)
# of Lots:147
Price Range:$200 - $45,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Chinese Painting of Scholar by Zhang Daqian||
|Chinese Painting of Flowers by Wu Changshuo||
|Chinese Landscape Painting by Huang Binhong||
|Set of Ten Chinese Paintings by Jiang Tingxi||
|Chinese Painting of Peking Opera by Guan Liang||
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