Challenging the aesthetics of classical art is an oil painting titled You Like Me, Why Not from Liu Wei. He is a Beijing-based artist and a significant contributor to Conceptual art. Liu’s works are driven by personal ideas or concepts and often go through an extensive process of tinkering and manipulation. The aforementioned painting is available in the upcoming Asian Art, Antiques & Estates auction. The I.M. Chait sale will include over 600 lots of Asian and European art, antiques, jewelry, automobiles, furniture, sculptures, ceramics, and more.
A well-preserved Apulian fish plate is highlighted in the auction. It features three fish painted in vivid colors. Rich in archaeological history, Apulia is located along the coastline of Southern Italy. Colonized by Mycenaean Greeks, the place is famed for its azure water, olive cultivation, and food. A GIA-certified pink sapphire ring is also among the featured lots. The sapphire weighs approximately 4.4 carats and is surrounded by numerous round-cut diamonds. Considered rare, pink-colored sapphires symbolize trust and loyalty in many cultures. To view the full catalog and bid, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:669
Interesting lots include:
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|Liu Wei Painting, You Like Me Why Not|| Estimate: |
|18K White Gold, Pink Sapphire, and Diamond Ring|| Estimate: |
|Apulian Painted Fish Plate with a Flatfish and Two Larger Fish|| Estimate: |
|Antique Dutch Marquetry Chest|| Estimate: |
|Antique Japanese Enameled Porcelain Covered Dish|| Estimate: |