Les derniers articles de blog "Oriental Art Auctions"

Prix réalisés "Oriental Art Auctions "

Battle scene by Katsushika Hokusai
Possibly Katsushika Hokusai.Woodblock print.Origin: JapanPeriod: Edo periodSizes: 19.00 cm. H x 27.00 cm. W7.48 in. H x 10.63 in. W Oriental Art Auctions
Each cup is decorated with a poetic inscription, with an apocryphal 'Qianlong yuzhi' signature and two seal marks. Each base with an apocryphal Qianlong mark. Condition: Both appear to be in overall good condition, one with some wear to the enamels. Origin: China Period: 19th/20th century Sizes: 4.10 cm. H x 5.00 cm. diameter 1.61 in. H x 1.97 in. diameter Oriental Art Auctions
Japanese Scroll Kanô Naonobu ???? (1607-1650) Seal: Kanô
Kanô Naonobu was born in Kyoto, the son of Kanô Takanobu, and the younger brother of Kanô Tan'yu. Already in 1623 he was appointed  goyô eshi (court painter - the shogun's court), and in 1626 he worked together with his brother for the shogun in Nijô castle. He was very successful as a painter: in 1630 he was summoned to Edo and given an estate, after which he founded the Kobikichô branch of the Kanô school. His brother and he are seen as the greatest Kanô artistes of the early Edo period. Signatuur: Jitekisai hitsu (hitsu = painted by) ?Kan? Naonobu,  (born Nov. 25, 1607, Ky?to?died May 7, 1650, Edo [Tokyo]), seventh-generation member of the Kan? family of Japanese artists, who served as painter to the third Tokugawa shogun, Iemitsu, and founded the Kobikich? branch of the Kan? family His paintings are closer to the suiboku-ga (?water-ink painting?) tradition than are the more elaborately detailed paintings of his more famous brother, Tany?. He was known for his ?grass? (s?, a term borrowed from calligraphy, also called ?running?) style of brushwork, combining broad, free strokes with a simple ink wash to create an impression of brevity and freshness. Examples of his ?grass? style are two screen landscapes in the Tokyo National Museum and the figures of two Chinese brothers Po I and Shu Ch?i painted on screens, now in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Other paintings, such as the one remaining section of the ?Eight Views of the Hsiao and Hsiang Rivers? (Tokyo National Museum), are in subject matter and technique modelled after the Origin: japan Period: ca. 1630-40 Oriental Art Auctions
A Chinese Dehua white-glazed slender vase
The slightly tapering vase with a flaring rim is applied with two moulded lion-head handles to the shoulders. The body is decorated to one side with a freely carved anhua peony blossom.Condition: The rim with chips and polished section; wear to the noses of the lions; firing crack to the base.Origin: ChinaPeriod: 17th-18th centurySizes: 18.70 cm. H7.36 in. H Oriental Art Auctions
A Pair of Elmwood Horse Shoe Backed Chairs
Restorations to the armrests Origin: China Period: 17th/18th century Sizes: 91.50 cm. H 36.02 in. H Oriental Art Auctions
Oriental Art Auctions a 0 objets dans les catégories

Adresse et numéro de téléphone de Oriental Art Auctions

Oriental Art Auctions
Kerkstraat 19
8051 GJ Hattem
The Netherlands