The process of painting the water drops is to filter, to dissolve all the impurities out of them and return them to a clear state of nothing. When all the rage, anxiety, and fear come to the moment of nothing, we reach a state of peace and comfort,” says Kim Tschang-Yeul, a contemporary artist who has been painting waterdrops as his subject for over 40 years. His signature style of painting has made a mark on the international art arena. One of his paintings will be included in the upcoming New York City Estate Auction offered by Showplace Antique + Design Center.
This sale also includes fine jewelry pieces such as a 19th century gold, diamond, and ruby pendant. Another noteworthy piece available in this auction is a Montegrappa luxury fountain pen. Made of 18 karat yellow gold, the body of this 2004 pen shows a Zodiac monkey perching in a jungle. For more information, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (38), Decorative Arts (128), Furniture (55), Jewelry (42), Asian Works of Art (15), Watches & Clocks (10), Couture & Textiles (30), Collectibles (34)
# of Lots:352
Price Range:$400 - $25,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Kim Tschang-Yeul "Waterdrops" Oil on Canvas|| Estimate: |
|Ik-Joong Kang Mixed Media on Wood Panel|| Estimate: |
|14K Gold & Silver Diamonds & Rubies Pendant 19th C|| Estimate: |
|18K Gold Montegrappa Zodiac Monkey Fountain Pen|| Estimate: |
|French Louis XV Bergere Gilt Wood Arm Chair|| Estimate: |