Asian Works of ArtMon, Mar 13, 2017 at 10am EDT |
Sale of Asian Works of Art on March 13, 2017 at 10am
Consignments Are Currently Being Accepted
We Invite You to Contact Us for a Complimentary Auction Evaluation of Your Asian Works of Art
Scheduled during Asia Week New York, Doyle’s Asian Works of Art auction on Monday, March 13, 2017 at 10am presents the arts of China, Japan and Southeast Asia from the Neolithic Period through the 20th century. Offerings include porcelain, pottery, jade, scholar's objects, bronzes, screens, furniture and paintings.
Noted Yuan Dynasty painter Qian Xuan was known for his masterful depictions of birds and flowers and landscapes, which blended Song Dynasty realism with the archaic Tang style. His works were distinctive in their time, and as with many famous Chinese painters, the style is copied by later artists in tribute. One such example is a painting of a fruiting vine, a Ming Dynasty expression of this important artist’s work (est. $40,000-60,000).
Made during the late 18th to early 19th century, a light celadon jade vase is an exceptional example of the high quality of jade workmanship of this time. Favored in the imperial courts, objects such as this vase harken back to archaic forms and design motifs in the most precious medium of all, jade (est. $20,000-30,000).
We Invite You to Auction!
Consignments are currently being accepted for the March 13, 2017 Asian Works of Art sale. We invite you to contact us for a complimentary auction evaluation. Our specialists are always available to discuss the sale of a single item or an entire collection. For information, please call Marley Rabstenek at 212-427-4141, ext 299 or email asian@Doyle.com
Asia Week New York
Doyle is proud to be an Auction House Partner of Asia Week New York, the annual celebration of Asian art taking place each March. New York becomes the world's premier destination for collectors, curators, scholars and enthusiasts of Asian art, with special events presented throughout the city. For information on Asia Week New York, visit AsiaWeekNY.com or the Chinese language site at cn.asiaweekny.com