Chinese paintings are often associated with a questionable origin. Particularly the bird and flower genre paintings are accompanied by the query, “Could this be by Chang Dai-chien?” A legendary master forger, Zhang Daqian is known for his modern impressionist and expressionist art. Ink and color on paper by the Chinese artist is offered in Session II of the Asian Art Catalogue Auction, at the highest estimate. Multiple scroll paintings from popular Asian painters are also presented in the auction.
Other highlights include diamond and gold jewelry pieces. A certified square cut emerald ring is highly valued among jewelry collectibles. From the Indian origin, multiple paintings of mythological characters like lord Krishna will also be on display. Japanese and Southeast Asian art antiques from Canadian and American private collections & estates are offered in the auction. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on A.H. Wilkens.
Lot Categories:Jewerly (204)
# of Lots:202
Price Range:$300 - $300,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Ink and colour on paper by Zhang Daqian|| Estimate: |
|Emerald and diamond ring|| Estimate: |
|Longquan Celadon porcelain Cong vase|| Estimate: |
|19th c. Indian miniature of Krishna|| Estimate: |