For the New York City art community, September 6 – 14 is an exciting week featuring works of art from all over Asia. In correlation with the 2019 September Asian Week, Gianguan Auctions offers their 17th annual fall sale in which they showcase the beauty of Chinese craftsmanship through the centuries.
A four-panel scene from 20th century artist Qi Baishi anchors this 225-lot auction with its detailed depictions of a caterpillar, dragon fly, butterfly and ant. Hanging closely by is the Ming Dynasty-period (16th century) scroll, Meeting of Friends, by Tang Yin. Other intriguing works include several rare carved jade sculptures, painted porcelain vases and much more. With starting bids ranging from $200 to $850,000, collectors of all experience levels will find works of art appropriate for their collections. View the remaining lots and register to bid at Gianguan Auctions today.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (223)
# of Lots:225
Price Range:$300 to $1,300,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Ming Dynasty Tang Yin Meeting of Friends||
|Song Dynast, A Rare and Magnificent Yellow Jade||
|Yuan Dynasty, Underglazed-red Ewer Painted with Plantain and Garden Scene with Curved Spout and Loop Handle||
|Northern Wei, A Very Rare jade Carving of Sakyamuni Maitreya Seated on a Plinth||
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- Sakyamuni Maitreya
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- Tang Yin
- Yellow jade
- Yuan Dynasty
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