5 Press Releases

Tag: Chinese Paintings

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    Asian Art & Antiques - Ceramics and Works of Art

    Blue-colored ceramics gained significance in China during the Tang dynasty. The blue-glazed porcelain pieces got their distinctive color from cobalt, imported from Persia. At the time, cobalt was scarce and only used in limited quantities. Blue and white pottery and porcelain gained broader recognition during the Qing dynasty. A pair…

    Chinese Flambe Vase, 18th Century
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    Asian Decorative Art

    Bonhams presents the upcoming Asian Decorative Art auction, featuring a wide array of Asian works of fine art, decorative art, furniture, and more. Highlighted in this sale is a three-tier cosmetics box and cover with a Qianlong mark. The top of the box is painted with a vignette of two birds,…

    Asian Decorative Art
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    Fine Chinese Paintings

    The Fine Chinese Paintings Auction, offered by Christie’s, is a “diverse sale of paintings and calligraphy from several periods in many styles and at a wide range of prices.” The auction offers dramatic 17th century works to lively paintings by ever-popular Zhang Daqian and innovative contemporary ink works. Among the…

    Christie’s Fine Chinese Paintings
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    The Collectors Sale by Freemans

    An extensive list of selected collectibles by Freeman is offered at the Collector’s Sale. And the chosen name Collector's is especially because it's affordability. The Fine Minguren IV table by Mira Nakashima and the Claude Conover “Tzutz” Vessel of Circa 1960 are few of the top bids from the auction.…

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    Palm Beach Collections

    The upcoming Palm Beach Collection auction offered by Hindman features a diverse collection of pieces that span from the 17th to 20th century and includes furniture, decorative arts, and paintings, among other categories.  With over 643 pieces and bids beginning from $10 to $2,500, here is an opportunity to acquire…

    PR-237 Palm Beach Collections by Hindman